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Andrew Korybko is an American Moscow-based political analyst specializing in the relationship between the US strategy in Afro-Eurasia, China’s One Belt One Road global vision of New Silk Road connectivity, and Hybrid Warfare. He is a frequent contributor to Global Research.
The War on Yemen: How Far Will the Saudi-UAE Confrontation Go? By Andrew Korybko, August 18, 2019
Russia and China Divided over Kashmir Crisis By Andrew Korybko, August 18, 2019
South Yemen Is Already Functionally Independent Even if It’s Not Recognized as Such By Andrew Korybko, August 16, 2019
What Explains Russia and China’s Differing Stances towards Kashmir? By Andrew Korybko, August 16, 2019
Why Don’t Activists Care About the Kashmiris as Much as the Rohingyas? By Andrew Korybko, August 13, 2019
Hong Kong Protesters Are Collectively Punishing the Peaceful Population By Andrew Korybko, August 13, 2019
Iran Might be About To Change Its Approach Towards India By Andrew Korybko, August 13, 2019
Could The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Contribute to Resolving the Kashmir Crisis? By Andrew Korybko, August 12, 2019
Did Indian Intelligence Invent a Russian Diplomatic Statement to Pressure Moscow on Kashmir? By Andrew Korybko, August 11, 2019
“The Sikhs For Justice” Are Taking Up The Kashmiri Cause At The UN By Andrew Korybko, August 10, 2019
Crisis in Kyrgzyztan: Another Color Revolution or Even Civil War? By Andrew Korybko, August 09, 2019
The FBI’s Alleged Conspiracy Theorist-Terrorist Connection Is Anti-American By Andrew Korybko, August 08, 2019
If Crimea Matters, Russia Should Support Kashmir By Andrew Korybko, August 08, 2019
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India’s Finding Out the Hard Way that It Isn’t “America’s Exclusive Ally” By Andrew Korybko, August 07, 2019
Trump’s Firearm and Immigration Reform Proposal Is a Risky Political Gamble By Andrew Korybko, August 06, 2019
Nobody Will Stop the US if It Blockades Venezuela By Andrew Korybko, August 05, 2019
UAE Withdrawal from Yemen. Turning Point. Did the Ansar Allah Just Win the Yemeni War? By Andrew Korybko, August 02, 2019
Trump’s Afghan Drawdown Plans. Reducing US Military Presence in Afghanistan Before 2020 Elections? By Andrew Korybko, August 01, 2019
It’s Too Late for India to Rethink Its Failed Afghan Strategy By Andrew Korybko, August 01, 2019
India Involved in China-Vietnam Dispute in the South China Sea? By Andrew Korybko, August 01, 2019
Is India Preparing to Unleash “Weapons of Mass Migration” in Kashmir? By Andrew Korybko, August 01, 2019
China’s Proposed “Code of Conduct” for Antarctica By Andrew Korybko, July 31, 2019
It’s Deceptive to Talk About a ‘Cycle of Violence’ in Hong Kong By Andrew Korybko, July 30, 2019
Information Warfare: Iran’s “B-Team” Branding Is Effective in Putting a Lot of Pressure on Bolton By Andrew Korybko, July 30, 2019
The Recent Japanese Elections Might Slow Down the US’ “Indo-Pacific” Strategy By Andrew Korybko, July 30, 2019
Khalistan Isn’t About “Sikh Supremacy”, but Challenging Hindu Supremacy By Andrew Korybko, July 30, 2019
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The U.S. Has No Place in Stirring Up China-Vietnam Relations By Andrew Korybko, July 27, 2019
The Kremlin’s “Balancing Act”: Russia’s Ties with both Israel and Iran By Andrew Korybko, July 26, 2019
Cambodia Rumors: “Secret Chinese Bases” or “Argument over Semantics?” By Andrew Korybko, July 26, 2019
A Joint-Russia-China Air Patrol Just Made South Korean-Japanese Tensions Worse By Andrew Korybko, July 25, 2019
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New MH17 Documentary Proves Beyond a Doubt that a Cover-Up Took Place By Andrew Korybko, July 25, 2019
US-Pakistan Relations: The Top Six Takeaways From The Trump-Khan Summit By Andrew Korybko, July 24, 2019
Resignation of Kosovo’s Prime Minister Might Give Fresh Impetus To “New Balkans” Plan By Andrew Korybko, July 24, 2019
Modi Must be Mad Beyond All Belief at the Khan-Trump Meeting By Andrew Korybko, July 23, 2019
The Japan-Korea Trade Dispute Debunks Anti-Chinese Narratives By Andrew Korybko, July 23, 2019
The War on Yemen Just Went from Bad to Worse for Saudi Arabia By Andrew Korybko, July 22, 2019
India and the Khalistan Liberation Movement. Fleshing Out The Future Vision Of Indian Federalism By Andrew Korybko, July 22, 2019
Putin Just Did a 180 on the Skripal Affair and Raised Countless Questions By Andrew Korybko, July 21, 2019
Russia and China Compete In Africa. Moscow’s “Pivot to Africa” By Andrew Korybko, July 19, 2019
The Sidama Region and Ethiopia’s “Perfect Storm” By Andrew Korybko, July 19, 2019
Julian Assange: US Coopts Patriotic Opposition in Ecuador, Former President Correa goes against Wikileaks Founder By Andrew Korybko, July 18, 2019
Reopening of Pakistan’s Airspace: A Bad Omen for India? Implications for Iran and Afghanistan By Andrew Korybko, July 17, 2019
Towards an India-US-Israel Alliance directed against Iran? Prime Minister Modi “Pivots to the West” By Andrew Korybko, July 17, 2019
Russia’s Bolivia Gambit Is a Bold Economic Move By Andrew Korybko, July 16, 2019
Moscow’s “Military Diplomacy” in the Middle East: A Major Headache for the US By Andrew Korybko, July 16, 2019
The US’ Official View of “Strategic Rivalry” in the Western Hemisphere. The Chinese Threat to US Hegemony By Andrew Korybko, July 15, 2019
Imran Khan’s Trip to America: Pakistan’s Geopolitical Balancing Act By Andrew Korybko, July 14, 2019
India Doubles Down on Its Military Alliance with Israel By Andrew Korybko, July 12, 2019
The US Wants Sri Lanka to Become Its “Unsinkable Aircraft Carrier in South Asia” By Andrew Korybko, July 12, 2019
The Forthcoming Eastern Economic Forum: Of Geostrategic Significance, Russia’s Vision of the “Asian Sea Arc” By Andrew Korybko, July 11, 2019
Russia-India China (RIC) on “Indo-Pacific”: Resolving Strategic Problems. India’s Military Alliance with the U.S. Remains an Impediment By Andrew Korybko, July 11, 2019
Trump Wants His Friend Boris Johnson to Win the Tory Leadership Race By Andrew Korybko, July 10, 2019
China’s Belt and Road, Trump’s Trade War and the Future of the Global Economy By Andrew Korybko, July 10, 2019
The Russia-Pakistan Strategic Partnership. Russia’s Return to South Asia By Andrew Korybko, July 09, 2019
On Whose Orders Did Oman’s Foreign Minister Visit Syria? By Andrew Korybko, July 09, 2019
The JCPOA Crisis Isn’t About Nukes at All. Embedding US Strategic Influence Worldwide By Andrew Korybko, July 08, 2019
Turkey’s ‘Middle Corridor’ Looking to Integrate with China’s ‘Belt and Road’ (BRI) By Andrew Korybko, July 06, 2019
Vladimir Putin: A Social Conservative Leader? By Andrew Korybko, July 05, 2019
Putin’s Trip to Italy Is Actually Pretty Important. Meetings with Pope Francis By Andrew Korybko, July 04, 2019
Syria’s Second S-200 Debacle in Less than a Year Shows How Desperate It’s Becoming By Andrew Korybko, July 03, 2019