Geopolitics

The Fall of Sambisa Forest, the end of Boko Haram?

Source: lifeofpix.com Author: Marie de Smedt
08.02.2017

The Nigerian media has been awash with the news of the army’s victory against Boko Haram and crowning this was the capturing of the terror group's largest base and its de-facto capital of Sambisa forest (roughly the size of Switzerland, and just a

It's time for a new system for Europe

Background source: pixabay.com
03.02.2017

Kloblenz’s meeting was indeed a very important conversation. In all the speeches of all the leading Eurosceptics from different countries, one thing was clear: we are all united by our common enemy. Our common enemy is the Brussels. The "monster" is the European Union. All Eurosceptic forces within the movement for Europe of Nations and Freedom are now directing all their forces against this monster.

The Muddy Waters of Romanian Politics

03.02.2017

The Romanian elections held on December 11th produced a landslide victory for the center-left Social Democratic Party (PSD) who managed to secure almost 50% of the seats in the new parliament.  Together with its junior partner, ALDE, the social de

Central Africa’s Terrorist Threat Could Spark Another Continental War

Автор: Yo - собственная работа, Общественное достояние, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=45781807
01.02.2017

The global imagination has conflated the word “terrorism” with Arab Muslims due to the headline-grabbing attacks that some of this demographic have carried out across the years, but they by no means have a monopoly on this type of warfare.

The Plot against the Mediterranean

01.02.2017

To many critics of Atlanticism, the ignition of the ‘Arab Spring’, which resulted in the ‘controlled chaos strategy’ being imposed throughout the Mediterranean and beyond, might have seemed like a contemporary consequence of the globalist strategy