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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.
CPEC and Pakistan’s “Pivot To Africa” By Andrew Korybko, December 07, 2019
Biased Media Coverage of Iranian Unrest and Protest Movement By Andrew Korybko, December 05, 2019
Bolivia’s Russiagate Scandal. Alleged Moscow “Meddling” in Bolivia Election By Andrew Korybko, December 03, 2019
NATO: “Brain Dead” and Divided By Andrew Korybko, December 03, 2019
Pakistan’s Foreign Relations and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) By Andrew Korybko, December 02, 2019
The West Has Two Liberalism Problems, and Burning the Quran Is Just One of Them By Andrew Korybko, November 29, 2019
It Was the Day of Thanksgiving and All Trump Talked About Was the Taliban By Andrew Korybko, November 29, 2019
The Hong Kong Local Elections Were a Monumental Defeat for Fake News, Not China By Andrew Korybko, November 29, 2019
India’s ‘Military Diplomacy’ Has Been a Mixed Bag of Success By Andrew Korybko, November 29, 2019
Evo the ‘Terrorist’ and the Weaponization of Fear-Mongering Labels By Andrew Korybko, November 27, 2019
Only Western Loans to Developing Countries are Allowed. US State Department Official By Andrew Korybko, November 26, 2019
Will the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Sanction Russia from the Olympics? By Andrew Korybko, November 25, 2019
Moscow’s Russia-Pakistan Banking Proposal Hints at Big Things to Come By Andrew Korybko, November 22, 2019
Sri Lanka Elections: Return of Rajapaksa the Presidency, Would Unleash Full Benefits of China’s BRI for Sri Lanka By Andrew Korybko, November 21, 2019
The Lebanese Color Revolution Is a Defining Moment for the Resistance By Andrew Korybko, November 21, 2019
Turkey’s ‘White Elephants’: S-400s or Patriots? By Andrew Korybko, November 20, 2019
Iran’s Protests Are Grassroots, Not Foreign-Driven, and that’s the Real Problem By Andrew Korybko, November 19, 2019
Bolivia Faces Ethnic Cleansing, Racism and South African-Style Apartheid? By Andrew Korybko, November 18, 2019
Georgia: Is the US Preparing Another Color Revolution? By Andrew Korybko, November 17, 2019
The Geostrategic Consequences of the Hybrid War on Bolivia By Andrew Korybko, November 14, 2019
Will Bolsonaro be Spared from the ‘South American Spring’? By Andrew Korybko, November 13, 2019
How the Hybrid War on Bolivia Succeeded in Carrying Out Regime Change By Andrew Korybko, November 12, 2019
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Bolivia’s President Evo Morales Is Backtracking Under Heavy US Pressure By Andrew Korybko, November 12, 2019
The Military Coup Against Morales Won’t End the Hybrid War on Bolivia By Andrew Korybko, November 11, 2019
The Completion of the Kartarpur Corridor Is a Victory for the Sikh Community By Andrew Korybko, November 08, 2019
India’s RCEP Refusal: Geopolitical Blunder or Pro-American Pivot? By Andrew Korybko, November 07, 2019
India’s RCEP Refusal, Russia’s Eurasian Vision, and Next Week’s BRICS Summit By Andrew Korybko, November 06, 2019
India’s Refusal on RCEP Causes Far-reaching Geopolitical Implications By Andrew Korybko, November 06, 2019
Improved Russia-India Ties To be Balanced with Improved Russia-China Relations By Andrew Korybko, November 05, 2019
Russia Is “Skeptical” of the US Sponsored’ “Indo-Pacific” Concept By Andrew Korybko, November 04, 2019
Bolivia’s Boiling with Color Revolution Unrest By Andrew Korybko, October 31, 2019
A Call For Action On Kashmir Black Day By Andrew Korybko, October 29, 2019
Lithium, a Strategic Resource: Here’s Why The US Wants To Break Bolivia To Bits With Hybrid War By Andrew Korybko, October 26, 2019
Bangladesh’s Neo-Colonial Bondage to India Is at Risk of Breaking By Andrew Korybko, October 24, 2019
The Russian-Turkish Deal on Syria: Who Won and Who Lost? By Andrew Korybko, October 23, 2019
Does Africa Need Russia? The First Ever Russia-Africa Summit By Andrew Korybko, October 22, 2019
Serbia Is Surrendering to Greater Albania By Andrew Korybko, October 18, 2019
Will Iran be the Next to Withdraw from Syria? By Andrew Korybko, October 17, 2019
Russia’s Foreign Policy Towards the Middle East: President Putin’s Interview with Arab Media By Andrew Korybko, October 15, 2019
Greece’s Reinvigorated Alliance with the US Is All About The Greek -Israel -Cypriot Pipeline By Andrew Korybko, October 14, 2019
President Xi’s Trip to Nepal Will Unlock New Strategic Opportunities By Andrew Korybko, October 13, 2019
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the Weaponization of The Olympic Games, against Russia By Andrew Korybko, October 11, 2019
Is “Operation Peace Spring” a Trap Sprung by Trump on Turkey? By Andrew Korybko, October 11, 2019
Iran and the UN General Assembly: Mediation Efforts, Militant Threats, and Multilateral Cooperation By Andrew Korybko, October 10, 2019
India’s Military-Strategic Inroads with Vietnam Pose a Challenge to China By Andrew Korybko, October 10, 2019
The US-Brokered Taliban-India Prisoner Swap Is a Pretty Big Deal By Andrew Korybko, October 08, 2019
India-South Korea Security Cooperation. What Impacts on China? By Andrew Korybko, October 07, 2019
The Russia-Israel Spy Scandal Puts Iran in an Uncomfortable Position By Andrew Korybko, October 06, 2019
The Eurasian Economic Union’s Expansion Is Encouraging, but Don’t Get Too Excited By Andrew Korybko, October 04, 2019
India’s Wrong, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Isn’t ‘Illegal’ By Andrew Korybko, October 03, 2019
China’s Hypersonic Missile Dominance By Andrew Korybko, October 03, 2019
The People’s Republic of China: 70 Years of Struggle and Success By Andrew Korybko, October 02, 2019
The “Kashmir 2 Khalistan” Campaign Is the Solution to India’s Separatist Issues By Andrew Korybko, October 01, 2019
The Ethical Dilemma Behind Trump’s Fateful Ukrainegate Decision By Andrew Korybko, October 01, 2019
The ‘Hong Kong Human Rights & Democracy Act’ Will Intensify the Hybrid War on China By Andrew Korybko, September 30, 2019
Annexation of Kashmir: Pakistan Just Warned the World About the 21st Century’s Munich Moment By Andrew Korybko, September 29, 2019
Ukraine’s Federalization: Lavrov vs. Lukashenko By Andrew Korybko, September 27, 2019
Will China’s Belt and Road (BRI) Diplomacy Facilitate a Rapprochement Between Myanmar and Bangladesh? By Andrew Korybko, September 26, 2019
Ukrainegate Is Just The Democrats’ Latest Gambit To Unseat Trump By Andrew Korybko, September 25, 2019
Humanitarian Crisis in Kashmir: India’s “Economic Opening” Has “Closed Off Kashmir” By Andrew Korybko, September 24, 2019