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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.
Expansion of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Tehran Wants to Build “the Golden Ring” By Andrew Korybko, February 07, 2020
Russia-Belarus Relations: ‘The Moment of Truth’ Has Arrived. Belarus Drifting Westward? By Andrew Korybko, February 06, 2020
The Democratic Party’s “Civil War”: Socialists vs. Centrists. Sabotaging Sanders By Andrew Korybko, February 05, 2020
“Hybrid War” and Its Impacts on Latin America By Andrew Korybko and Santiago Mayor, February 04, 2020
The Online Bomb Hoaxes Against Russia Are Clear Cases of Cyber Terrorism By Andrew Korybko, February 02, 2020
Trump and Putin Made this the Best Week Ever for Netanyahu By Andrew Korybko, January 31, 2020
Don’t be Surprised if Russia Tacitly Supports the Trump-Netanyahu “Deal of the Century” By Andrew Korybko, January 29, 2020
Russia-Pakistan Relations. A Five-Phase Strategy. Building Afro-Eurasia By Andrew Korybko, January 28, 2020
Auschwitz Was Evil but so Was Jasenovac, Yet Few Dare to Talk About It By Andrew Korybko, January 27, 2020
Putin’s Trip to ‘Israel’ Will be Remembered as an Important Part of His Legacy By Andrew Korybko, January 24, 2020
Impacts of the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC). Ease or Exacerbate China-India Rivalry? By Andrew Korybko, January 23, 2020
Trump At Davos: “The Great American Comeback” By Andrew Korybko, January 22, 2020
“Greater Albania” Or Greater Dystopia? Why Did Macedonian-Albanian Leader Refuse to “Pull a Kosovo”? By Andrew Korybko, January 21, 2020
General Haftar Still Holds All the Cards After Berlin’s Libya Summit By Andrew Korybko, January 20, 2020
It’s Factually Incorrect to Claim that Bolivia Has a So-Called Interim Government By Andrew Korybko, January 17, 2020
The Afro-Eurasia Proposal Would be a Timely Alternative to the US Sponsored “Indo-Pacific” By Andrew Korybko, January 16, 2020
Iran’s ‘Deep State’ Struggle Will Intensify After the UIA-752 Cover-Up Was Exposed By Andrew Korybko, January 16, 2020
‘Phase One’ of the US-Chinese Trade Deal Is Bad News for India By Andrew Korybko, January 15, 2020
India’s Kashmiri Detainee Self-Censorship Demand Is Undemocratic By Andrew Korybko, January 14, 2020
Russia’s Unsuccessful Libyan Peace Summit Was a Good Start By Andrew Korybko, January 14, 2020
Why Iran “Came Clean” Regarding Its Role in the UIA-752 Tragedy By Andrew Korybko, January 12, 2020
The Indian Protesters Are Misled, but Not in the Way that Modi Says By Andrew Korybko, January 12, 2020
The US vs. Iran: Who Won and Who Lost? By Andrew Korybko, January 09, 2020
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Attack Shows Just How Fascist The ‘Modi Mob’ Is By Andrew Korybko, January 07, 2020
Russia’s Unspoken Relationship With Israel and the Assassination of Maj. Gen. Soleimani By Andrew Korybko, January 05, 2020
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MH17 Malaysian Airlines Documentary by Ukraine SBU Whistleblower: Review By Andrew Korybko, January 05, 2020
2020 Might be Challenging for Ethiopia, But It Can Count on China’s Help By Andrew Korybko, January 03, 2020
No, a War with Iran Won’t Help Trump Win Re-Election By Andrew Korybko, January 03, 2020
Major General Soleimani’s Assassination Isn’t Going to Start World War III By Andrew Korybko, January 03, 2020
20 Years of Vladimir Putin: His Top Domestic and Foreign Policy Successes By Andrew Korybko, December 31, 2019
Economic Globalization: Russia, China, and the US’ “Integration Models” Aren’t Mutually Exclusive By Andrew Korybko, December 30, 2019
The Burkina Faso Time Bomb Is About to Blow, and It Might Take Down West Africa By Andrew Korybko, December 29, 2019
What’s Really Behind Estonia’s ‘Border Dispute’ with Russia? By Andrew Korybko, December 26, 2019
The Russia-Ukraine Gas Deal Took the World by Surprise. New Detente? By Andrew Korybko, December 26, 2019
The Crimean Rail Bridge Will Contribute to the Peninsula’s Economic Rejuvenation By Andrew Korybko, December 26, 2019
The Indo-‘Israeli’ Trans-Arabian Corridor Will Push Russia Closer to Pakistan By Andrew Korybko, December 19, 2019
The US’ Impending Nord Stream II Sanctions Support the Three Seas Initiative By Andrew Korybko, December 18, 2019
Finland-Estonia Relations: Estonian Interior Minister Was Kinda Right but Also Kinda Wrong About Finland By Andrew Korybko, December 17, 2019
India: The Self-Professed ‘World’s Largest Democracy’ Is Experiencing a Real Social Uprising By Andrew Korybko, December 16, 2019
Turkey’s Libyan Gamble Is a Shrewd Geostrategic Move By Andrew Korybko, December 16, 2019
Prime Minister Modi Triggers Political Instability in India’s Northeastern States By Andrew Korybko, December 14, 2019
Ukraine Might Finally See Peace, Unless the US ‘Deep State’ Sabotages It First By Andrew Korybko, December 12, 2019
The US’ New Stance on ‘Israeli’ Settlements Doesn’t Change Anything at All By Andrew Korybko, December 11, 2019
The Oligarch Who Financed Neo-Nazis Said Ukraine Could Join “A New Warsaw Pact” By Andrew Korybko, December 10, 2019
Max Blumenthal: A Hero of Our Time By Andrew Korybko, December 10, 2019
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