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Andrew Korybko est le commentateur politique étasunien qui travaille actuellement pour l’agence Sputnik. Il est en troisième cycle de l’Université MGIMO et auteur de la monographie Guerres hybrides: l’approche adaptative indirecte pour un changement de régime(2015).
Jammu and Kashmir: The Political Consequences of the Pulwama Attack By Andrew Korybko, February 15, 2019
Pakistan: The Global Pivot State By Andrew Korybko, February 14, 2019
“Israel’s” “Secret War” on Syria Is a Lot Like the US’ “Secret War” on Laos By Andrew Korybko, February 13, 2019
A Maidan Style Regime Change Operation Might Break Out in Moldova? By Andrew Korybko, February 13, 2019
Is America’s “Deep State” Divided over the Taliban Peace Talks? By Andrew Korybko, February 12, 2019
The US Is More Afraid of Losing Africa to Russia than to China By Andrew Korybko, February 09, 2019
Venezuela: Is War on the Horizon? Here’s How Trump’s Poised to Manipulate the Humanitarian Situation in Venezuela By Andrew Korybko, February 09, 2019
Peace in Afghanistan? The Taliban’s Moscow Travels Have Turned Them into Seasoned Diplomats By Andrew Korybko, February 08, 2019
Reading Between the Lines: India Has Sour Grapes over America’s Afghan Peace Talks By Andrew Korybko, February 07, 2019
Trump Is Trying to Take Down Latin America’s “Troika of Tyranny”. Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua By Andrew Korybko, February 02, 2019
Here’s How a “Slip of the Tongue” Strengthened Russian-Pakistani Relations By Andrew Korybko, February 01, 2019
The Post-American Multipolar Blueprint for Afghanistan By Andrew Korybko, February 01, 2019
An Invasion of Venezuela Isn’t A “Far-Fetched Scenario” By Andrew Korybko, January 31, 2019
Russia Might be Planning an Astana-Like Conference for Venezuela By Andrew Korybko, January 31, 2019
Belarus and Russia: Nipping the “Annexation” Infowar Narrative in the Bud By Andrew Korybko, January 31, 2019
Regime Change in Africa. Rival Rumblings In West and Central Africa By Andrew Korybko, January 29, 2019
“Naya Pakistan”: Come One, Come All, and See “New Pakistan” with Your Own Eyes! By Andrew Korybko, January 27, 2019
Why Would the US Want Venezuela’s Oil When It Already Buys 41% of Its Total Exports? By Andrew Korybko, January 26, 2019
Venezuela Political Crisis: Russia Offers to “Mediate” By Andrew Korybko, January 26, 2019
Venezuela: Preplanned Provocation by Washington,”The Indirect Adaptive Approach” to Regime Change By Andrew Korybko, January 24, 2019
Syrian “Threats” & “Israeli” Actions: Rhetoric vs. Reality By Andrew Korybko, January 23, 2019
Russia Might Return to the Balkans in a Big (But Controversial) Way By Andrew Korybko, January 22, 2019
Will Trump’s Arms Race Weaken or Strengthen the Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership? By Andrew Korybko, January 21, 2019
Russia’s Interest in Pakistani Power Projects Could Portend CPEC Investments By Andrew Korybko, January 17, 2019
Al Shabaab Terror Attacks on Kenya. Geopolitical Implications By Andrew Korybko, January 17, 2019
China and India in Central Asia: Competition or Convergence? By Andrew Korybko, January 17, 2019
The Infowar on China’s Xinjiang-Uyghur Crisis. Now They’re Targeting Pakistan and PM Imran Khan By Andrew Korybko, January 14, 2019
Social Media Might Ban the Pakistani Map at India’s Behest By Andrew Korybko, January 12, 2019
Who’s Trying to Pull a “Russiagate” on Netanyahu? By Andrew Korybko, January 12, 2019
AFRICOM Complicity in Gabon Coup Attempt? Trump Orders Deployment of 80 Military Personnel to Gabon By Andrew Korybko, January 07, 2019
Trump’s “Anti-Terrorist Strike” in Yemen Serves Domestic and International Purposes By Andrew Korybko, January 07, 2019
Will 2019 Change the World Just Like 1979 Did? By Andrew Korybko, December 29, 2018
2019 Forecast for Afro-Eurasia By Andrew Korybko, December 29, 2018
Terrorist Involved in the China Consulate Attack in Karachi Assassinated in Afghanistan: Who Was Behind It? By Andrew Korybko, December 28, 2018
Security and Counter-Intelligence: Pakistan’s New Regulations Regarding International NGOs By Andrew Korybko, December 27, 2018
Sudan Might be the Next Geopolitical Victim of the New Cold War By Andrew Korybko, December 26, 2018
Israel’s Christmas Attack on Syria Wasn’t Surprising but It Revealed an “Inconvenient Truth” About Russia’s S-300s Anti-Air Missiles By Andrew Korybko, December 26, 2018
Don’t Be Fooled, Trump’s “Withdrawal” From Syria Isn’t What It Seems By Andrew Korybko, December 20, 2018
India Caught Between Iran and Saudi Arabia By Andrew Korybko and Basirat, December 17, 2018
Trump’s “Prosper Africa” Strategy Is an Admission of Defeat But Also a Wily Trap By Andrew Korybko, December 15, 2018
The West Is Waging Hybrid War on Nord Stream by Obsessing over Putin’s Stasi Past By Andrew Korybko, December 14, 2018
Trans-African Railways: Russia’s Expertise Could Reshape African Geopolitics By Andrew Korybko, December 13, 2018
Vietnam Has Buyer’s Remorse after Purchasing “Israeli” Anti-Air Missiles By Andrew Korybko, December 13, 2018
The “Yellow Vests” Are Not “Russian Agents” By Andrew Korybko, December 11, 2018
Towards a Russia-Pakistan Railway Corridor? By Andrew Korybko, December 08, 2018
Suicide Bombing in Iran’s Chahabar Port: “Blowback” from US-India War against the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)? By Andrew Korybko, December 06, 2018
“New Scramble for Africa”: The UAE Will Help India “Multi-Align” Against China in Africa By Andrew Korybko, December 05, 2018
Why Is India Bragging About Allegedly Tracking a Chinese Submarine in the Indian Ocean? By Andrew Korybko, December 04, 2018
George H. W. Bush: The Man Who Embodied What Putin’s Accused of Being By Andrew Korybko, December 04, 2018
India-Saudi Relations: The Modi-MBS “Political Friendship” Is All About Iran By Andrew Korybko, December 01, 2018
Russia’s Strategic Waterways and the Northeast Arctic Passage By Andrew Korybko, November 30, 2018
India
India’s “Connect Central Asia” Strategy Will Heighten Regional Competition By Andrew Korybko, November 28, 2018
Will the Argentina-China Partnership Undermine Trump’s “Fortress America” in the Southern Cone By Andrew Korybko, November 28, 2018
Britain Has Blood on Its Hands for the Balochistan BLA’s Terrorist Attack on China’s Consulate in Pakistan By Andrew Korybko, November 26, 2018
India, Pakistan, Nepal. Geopolitical Rivalries in South Asia By Andrew Korybko, November 25, 2018
China’s Conundrum: What to Do About the “Young Marxists”? By Andrew Korybko, November 23, 2018
The Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) Attack on China’s Consulate in Karachi, Ahead of President Xi’s Meeting with Donald Trump By Andrew Korybko, November 23, 2018
Russia’s Brokering of Iran’s Withdrawal from Syria. Russia’s “Informal Alliance” with Israel? By Andrew Korybko, November 22, 2018
India’s Simultaneous Military Drills with Both Russia and the US. Alignments and Diplomatic Maneuvers By Andrew Korybko, November 22, 2018
No Trump, Pakistan Did Everything for the US but Got Nothing in Return By Andrew Korybko, November 20, 2018