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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).
Like America with “Russiagate”, India Is Now Obsessed with “Pakistangate” By Andrew Korybko, April 11, 2019
The Consequences of the Sudanese Coup By Andrew Korybko, April 11, 2019
“The Greece Israel Cyprus Axis” (GRISCY): The US Key to Containing Multipolarity in the Eastern Mediterranean? By Andrew Korybko, April 10, 2019
Russian IL-20
Middle East Activism and Double Standards towards Russia By Andrew Korybko, April 10, 2019
Sudan’s “Deep State” Divisions Could Spell the End of President Bashir’s Rule By Andrew Korybko, April 10, 2019
The US’ Plans to Designate the Iran Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as “Terrorists” Aren’t Just for Show By Andrew Korybko, April 08, 2019
Libya: There’s a Reason Why the West Is Portraying Haftar as a “Russian-Backed” Bogeyman By Andrew Korybko, April 08, 2019
Brunei’s Phased Adoption of Islamic Law By Andrew Korybko, April 04, 2019
Don’t be Surprised by the Latest Outbreak of Xenophobic Violence in South Africa By Andrew Korybko, April 03, 2019
The Lake Baikal Water Bottling Scandal Says a Lot About Russia-China Relations By Andrew Korybko, April 01, 2019
India
Russia’s Response to India’s ASAT Missile Test Wasn’t What New Delhi Expected By Andrew Korybko, April 01, 2019
Russia Officially Rubbished Alt-Media’s False Reports About a Venezuelan Base. Reality Check By Andrew Korybko, March 29, 2019
Russia Should Take the US’ “European Energy Security Act” More Seriously By Andrew Korybko, March 28, 2019
“The Africa Spring”: The US Is Stoking Congo’s “Deep State” Civil War in Order to “Contain” China By Andrew Korybko, March 27, 2019
Don’t Expect Kosovo to “Compromise” on Its “Independence” Anytime Soon By Andrew Korybko, March 27, 2019
Everyone Will Remember that the Media Made a Mockery of Itself over Russiagate By Andrew Korybko, March 25, 2019
Boko Haram Attacks. Is Chad Losing Control of the Central African Pivot Space? By Andrew Korybko, March 25, 2019
The Consequences of Mozambique’s Cyclone Tragedy Might Lead to Regime Change By Andrew Korybko, March 25, 2019
So What if Trump “Recognizes” “Israel’s” Annexation of the Golan? By Andrew Korybko, March 22, 2019
Is It Really All that Surprising that Trump Wants Brazil in NATO? By Andrew Korybko, March 21, 2019
Russia’s Recognition of “North Macedonia” Is Part of the “New Balkans” Plan By Andrew Korybko, March 20, 2019
Ukrainian Presidential Elections: Authoritarianism in Action By Andrew Korybko, March 19, 2019
Has the World Been Ignoring an Almost Decade-Long “African Spring”? By Andrew Korybko, March 15, 2019
Post-INF “Tit-for-Tat” Between US and Russia Might Destabilize EU By Andrew Korybko, March 13, 2019
Commander of US Central Command (CENTCOM) “Concerned” about China’s “Belt and Road” (BRI) By Andrew Korybko, March 12, 2019
US Is Pushing Venezuela to the Brink by Attacking Its Power Grid By Andrew Korybko, March 11, 2019
Pakistan: The Global Pivot State By Andrew Korybko, March 09, 2019
India’s Taking a Page from Its American Ally by Accusing Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan of “Meddling” By Andrew Korybko, March 08, 2019
The Latest Kashmir Crisis: Momentous Shift in Pakistan-India Relations By Andrew Korybko, March 07, 2019
Pakistan’s Indian Submarine Interception By Andrew Korybko, March 06, 2019
War on Syria
Removing “Arab” from the Syrian Arab Republic Would “Balkanize” the Country By Andrew Korybko, March 05, 2019
The US Wants to Sanction Away Russia’s “Great Society” By Andrew Korybko, March 05, 2019
Russia Officially Returns to South Asia by Offering to Host Indo-Pak Peace Talks By Andrew Korybko, March 01, 2019
Pakistan Didn’t Violate the Geneva Convention, It Confirmed Its Adherence to It By Andrew Korybko, March 01, 2019
India
India’s Prime Minister Modi’s Conversations with Russia’s President Putin By Andrew Korybko, March 01, 2019
India’s “Surgical Strike 2.0” against Pakistan or Big Bollywood Spectacle? By Andrew Korybko, February 27, 2019
Russia Regards the “Indo-Pacific Region” as an “Artificially Imposed” Pro-US Concept By Andrew Korybko, February 26, 2019
“Arab NATO” Isn’t NATO-like at All By Andrew Korybko, February 26, 2019
France and Italy Are Involved in a Proxy War in Libya By Andrew Korybko, February 26, 2019
Iran’s Turning into India’s Proxy by Taunting and Threatening Pakistan? By Andrew Korybko, February 22, 2019
Saudi Crown Prince MBS’ Asia Tour Is Much More than a Post-Khashoggi Photo-Op By Andrew Korybko, February 22, 2019
The Ins and Outs of the West’s Anti-Russian Infowar. The Role of “Government Organized” NGOs By Andrew Korybko, February 21, 2019
Russia’s Nuclear Energy Edge Got the US to “Cut Ethical Corners” with the Saudis By Andrew Korybko, February 20, 2019
Iran Is Being Tricked into Making Balochistan the New Kurdistan By Andrew Korybko, February 19, 2019
Jammu and Kashmir: The Political Consequences of the Pulwama Attack By Andrew Korybko, February 15, 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