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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.
Post- Coup Turkey will be Distinctly Eurasian By Andrew Korybko, July 17, 2016
The Hybrid War In Practice: Towards the Destabilization of Southern Africa? By Andrew Korybko, July 17, 2016
Color Revolutions? Is Southern Africa About To Be Shaken Up By Hybrid War? By Andrew Korybko, July 15, 2016
“Regime Reboot” and the Macedonia Protest Movement. Balkan Megaprojects Pave Way for Grand Eurasian Free Trade Area By Andrew Korybko, July 12, 2016
Hybrid Wars: Trick To Containing China By Andrew Korybko, July 09, 2016
Hybrid Wars: America’s Strategic Plan to Contain and Destabilize China By Andrew Korybko, July 02, 2016
Hybrid Wars: The History of Asia. The Legacy of Japan. The Post Cold War Era. The Role of China. The TPP Trap By Andrew Korybko, June 25, 2016
China, Russia and The Multipolar World By Andrew Korybko, June 18, 2016
Hybrid Wars. Breaking the Balkans, Country Scenarios By Andrew Korybko, June 04, 2016
The “Democratic” Partitioning of Syria By Andrew Korybko, June 03, 2016
Hybrid Wars: Breaking the Balkans. NATO’s Southern Expansionism By Andrew Korybko, May 28, 2016
“Color Revolution” in Macedonia? Towards a New Balkans War? By Andrew Korybko, May 26, 2016
Hybrid Wars: Breaking the Balkans. Intense New Cold War Competition By Andrew Korybko, May 21, 2016
Hybrid Wars: Breaking the Balkans. The Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership Goes To Europe By Andrew Korybko, May 14, 2016
Hybrid Wars: Breaking the Balkans By Andrew Korybko, May 07, 2016
Is India Now a US Ally? Aligned against Russia and China? By Andrew Korybko, May 05, 2016
“Politically Incorrect”: African Refugee Riots, South Sudan and the Anti-China Plot By Andrew Korybko, April 29, 2016
India: “Politicizing Terrorism” in Order to Pressure China By Andrew Korybko, April 28, 2016
India: “Politicizing Terrorism” in Order to Pressure China By Andrew Korybko, April 28, 2016
The Constitutional Coup “Color Revolution”:Two-Step Regime Change In Brazil By Andrew Korybko, April 26, 2016
Hybrid Wars, Destabilizing Scenarios and Colored Revolutions: The Balkans, Chechnya and the “Central Asian Spring” By Andrew Korybko, April 16, 2016
Hybrid Wars and “Color Revolutions” in the Central Asian Heartland: Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan By Andrew Korybko, April 11, 2016
Armenian-Azeri Tensions: Washington’s “Reverse Brzezinski” Strategy against Russia and China By Andrew Korybko, April 08, 2016
Armenian-Azeri Tensions and the Nagorno-Karabakh Question By Andrew Korybko, April 05, 2016
Is the EU Organizing “Regime Change” in Burundi? By Andrew Korybko, March 30, 2016
Hybrid Wars. The “Greater Heartland”, Crossroads Of The Multipolar World By Andrew Korybko, March 27, 2016
Predicting the Next Hybrid Wars By Andrew Korybko, March 22, 2016
Hybrid Wars 2: Testing the Theory, Syria and Ukraine By Andrew Korybko, March 19, 2016
Christmas celebration in the streets of Latakia, Syria. Credit: The Saker.
Syria’s Democracy Is The Last Defense Against Federalization By Andrew Korybko, March 18, 2016
Hybrid Wars. Triggering Ethnic, Religious, Regional and Political Conflicts By Andrew Korybko, March 05, 2016
‘Russia and China to Liberate Balkans from Unipolar Influence’ By Andrew Korybko, February 16, 2016
The African Pivot and East Africa’s “Transoceanic Silk Road” By Andrew Korybko, February 10, 2016
Polarized Poland: The Identity Crisis Goes International By Andrew Korybko, February 04, 2016
“Colored Revolutions”, US Attempts to Destabilize Macedonia. ‘We Will Not Accept a Puppet Leader’ By Andrew Korybko, January 29, 2016
2016 Moldova: Color Revolution Or Something Else? By Andrew Korybko, January 25, 2016
2016 Trends and Geopolitical Forecast: Mega Analysis of Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East By Andrew Korybko, December 29, 2015
Riyadh’s Geopolitical Designs. Expanding Saudi Arabia’s Sphere of Influence? By Andrew Korybko, December 26, 2015
The Global Ambitions Of Saudi Arabia’s New “Anti-Terror” Coalition By Andrew Korybko, December 25, 2015
Eurasia’s Economic Future: The TPP Strikes Back, Rewriting The Rules By Andrew Korybko, December 17, 2015
ASEAN and the New Cold War Battle for Eurasia’s Economic Future By Andrew Korybko, December 14, 2015
ASEAN and the New Cold War Battle for Eurasia’s Economic Future By Andrew Korybko, December 14, 2015
Indian Ocean As A Prize Or Crisis Of Multipolarity? China-India Rivalry Over Indian Ocean Islands By Andrew Korybko, December 07, 2015
NATO’s Drive Towards the South. The Balkans and South Eastern Europe By Andrew Korybko, December 06, 2015
Washington’s “Destabilization Agenda”: A Hybrid War to Break the Balkans? By Andrew Korybko, November 28, 2015
Why’s The US Hanging Turkey Out To Dry? By Andrew Korybko, November 25, 2015
Saudi Arabia and the GCC are Expanding To Eritrea. Geopolitical Implications for Ethiopia By Andrew Korybko, November 18, 2015
The Maldives Archipelago: The Indian Ocean As A Prize Or Crisis Of Multipolarity? By Andrew Korybko, November 11, 2015
The US is Taking the New Cold War directly to Russia’s Doorstep. The Intermarium and the Central Balkans By Andrew Korybko, November 07, 2015
The Bipolarity of EU Geopolitics and the US Sponsored Reincarnation of Poland’s “Intermarium Vision” By Andrew Korybko, November 03, 2015
Russia, Ukraine, Syria and the Grand Chessboard By Michael Welch and Andrew Korybko, November 03, 2015
Myanmar Post Elections Scenarios: “Cold Peace Before A Hot War” By Andrew Korybko, October 28, 2015
Myanmar Post Elections Scenarios: “Cold Peace Before A Hot War” By Andrew Korybko, October 28, 2015
Myanmar’s Protracted Civil War: Drawn-Out Peace Or Battle Lines Drawn? By Andrew Korybko, October 25, 2015
Myanmar’s Protracted Civil War: Drawn-Out Peace Or Battle Lines Drawn? By Andrew Korybko, October 25, 2015
The “Asian Sea Arc” and Russia’s “ASEAN Pivot”. Geo-Economic Shift towards South East Asia By Andrew Korybko, October 25, 2015
“The New Middle East”: Russian Style. Analysis of Geopolitical Scenarios By Andrew Korybko, October 15, 2015
Training “Moderate Terrorists”: A Half-A-Billion-Dollar Waste…Or Was It? By Andrew Korybko and Hamsa Haddad, October 14, 2015
What Moscow Conveyed Through Its Caspian Cruise Missile Strike against Terrorist Strongholds in Syria By Andrew Korybko, October 13, 2015
“The New Middle East”: Russian Style. The Saudis are Running Scared By Andrew Korybko, October 12, 2015
“The New Middle East”: Russian Style. The Resistance Arc is Reborn By Andrew Korybko, October 10, 2015