Paul Antonopoulos - Archive

Is Russia Losing Patience with the EU’s Constant Provocations By Paul Antonopoulos, February 28, 2021
France Increases Hostilities Against China in the South China Sea By Paul Antonopoulos, February 25, 2021
Norway May Become Battleground Between U.S. and Russia, Says Expert By Paul Antonopoulos, February 24, 2021
Syria Resurrects Proposed Pipeline for Iranian Gas to Reach European Markets By Paul Antonopoulos, February 19, 2021
Atlantic Council Urges Biden to Enforce Regime Change in Belarus By Paul Antonopoulos, February 18, 2021
US Sanctions Against Iran Allowed China to Penetrate Its Influence Deeper into Central Asia By Paul Antonopoulos, February 17, 2021
EU and US So Far Show No Interest in Renewed Threats to Merge Albania and Kosovo By Paul Antonopoulos, February 16, 2021
Washington to Organize Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova to Challenge Russia in the Black Sea By Paul Antonopoulos, February 15, 2021
“Building Peace From the Mediterranean to The Gulf”: Greece at the Center of New Transcontinental Geopolitical Order By Paul Antonopoulos, February 14, 2021
Security Services Reveal that Turkey Attempts to Control the Muslims of France By Paul Antonopoulos, February 12, 2021
The Geopolitics of North Macedonia’s Accession to the EU. Pressures from Bulgaria By Paul Antonopoulos, February 09, 2021
U.S. Will Attempt to Push India and Japan to Take Action Against Myanmar By Paul Antonopoulos, February 08, 2021
Biden’s Termination of Keystone Pipeline Deepens Divisions Between U.S. and Canada By Paul Antonopoulos, February 04, 2021
Azerbaijan Won the War in Nagorno-Karabakh but Reduced Its Sovereignty By Paul Antonopoulos, February 01, 2021
Biden Will Likely Try to Politically Influence Venezuela by Re-engaging with It Economically By Paul Antonopoulos, January 29, 2021
Meeting Between Moldovan and Ukrainian Leaders Was to Coordinate Actions Against Russia By Paul Antonopoulos, January 18, 2021
Saudi-led Embargoes Against Qatar Failed By Paul Antonopoulos, January 13, 2021
Economic Matters in Ukraine Are at Standstill By Paul Antonopoulos, December 30, 2020
Serbia Becomes Hub for Russia’s Gas Distribution in the Balkans By Paul Antonopoulos, December 28, 2020
Europe’s Lack of Confidence Hampers Signing of Trade Agreement with China By Paul Antonopoulos, December 27, 2020
US Treasury Accuses Vietnam of Currency Manipulation, but this Will Not Lead to Sanctions By Paul Antonopoulos, December 22, 2020
U.S. Plans to Build a Nuclear Plant on the Moon Is a Major Challenge to Other Great Powers By Paul Antonopoulos, December 21, 2020
Germany Unlikely to Pursue Independent Foreign Policy. Will Follow Biden By Paul Antonopoulos, December 14, 2020
Former Officials of the Áñez Administration Are Fleeing Bolivia for U.S. and Brazil By Paul Antonopoulos, December 02, 2020
France Risks More Than It Gains by Joining U.S.-led Anti-China Efforts By Paul Antonopoulos, November 27, 2020
US Limited Isolation from the World Stage Is Likely Coming to an End By Paul Antonopoulos, November 26, 2020
Viktor Orbán, Photo by European People's Party (CC BY 2.0)
Hungary-led Vetoes Against New EU Budget Further Fragments the Bloc’s Unity By Paul Antonopoulos, November 20, 2020
Albania’s Attempts to Refocus Kosovo War Crime Tribunal onto Serbia Will Not Work By Paul Antonopoulos, November 17, 2020
Lithuania and Poland Are Challenging Russian and Belarusian Energy Structures in the Baltics By Paul Antonopoulos, November 17, 2020
War in Ethiopia Threatens China’s Economic Penetration in Africa By Paul Antonopoulos, November 13, 2020
End of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) War Now May Prove to be Compromising Solution By Paul Antonopoulos, November 11, 2020
Biden Will Support Regional States Against Turkey but Will Expect Them to Also Turn Against Russia By Paul Antonopoulos, November 09, 2020
Belarusian Protests Are Spilling over into Poland but Warsaw Is Beginning to Blame Russia By Paul Antonopoulos, November 05, 2020
Why Will Bulgaria Veto North Macedonia’s EU Accession but Did Not Block Its NATO Membership? By Paul Antonopoulos, November 04, 2020
France and Turkey Not Embroiled in “Clash of Civilizations” but Rather Geopolitical Struggle By Paul Antonopoulos, November 03, 2020
Israel Chooses to Normalize Relations with Countries Which Have Directly Supported Terrorism By Paul Antonopoulos, October 27, 2020
Lithuanian Government Impoverishes Its Own Citizens As a Means to Topple Belarus President Lukashenko By Paul Antonopoulos, October 26, 2020
Biden Appeals to Bosnian Muslim and Albanian Voters. Reveal Democrats’ Plans in the Balkans By Paul Antonopoulos, October 23, 2020
Moldova Could be the Next Target of Western-backed Color Revolution to Pressurize Russia By Paul Antonopoulos, October 22, 2020
Will Azerbaijani Gas Compete with Russia in Southern Europe? By Paul Antonopoulos, October 22, 2020
US Failed to Turn the Philippines Against China Despite Maritime Demarcation Issues By Paul Antonopoulos, October 21, 2020
Berlin Does Not Lead the EU Independently but Rules It Under American Oversight By Paul Antonopoulos, October 19, 2020
War in Nagorno-Karabakh Is a Gamechanger in Russian-Turkish Relations By Paul Antonopoulos, October 17, 2020
Could Popular Protectionist Policies in France Eventually Lead to “Frexit”? By Paul Antonopoulos, October 15, 2020
Cambodia Has Become China’s Unofficial Representative in ASEAN By Paul Antonopoulos, October 15, 2020
Becoming U.S. Fortress Against China Does More Damage than Good for Taiwan By Paul Antonopoulos, October 14, 2020
European Oil Companies Will Not Tolerate Poland’s Attempt to Cancel Nord Stream 2 By Paul Antonopoulos, October 12, 2020
Evo Morales’ Ally Has Real Chance of Winning Bolivia’s Upcoming Elections By Paul Antonopoulos, October 08, 2020
NATO Increased Warship Presence in Black Sea by 33% Compared to 2019 By Paul Antonopoulos, October 07, 2020
Polls Show that Trump’s COVID-19 Infection Has Not Impacted His Re-election Campaign By Paul Antonopoulos, October 06, 2020
Influx of Foreign Fighters to Nagorno-Karabakh Could Lead to Region-wide Conflict By Paul Antonopoulos, October 05, 2020
European Union Sanctions Against Belarus Will Backfire and Deepen Minsk’s Ties to Moscow By Paul Antonopoulos, October 02, 2020
Discussions Between Greece and Turkey Over the East Mediterranean Will End Before They Begin By Paul Antonopoulos, September 30, 2020
Turkish Claims that the PKK Is Operating in Nagorno-Karabakh Set Dangerous Precedent By Paul Antonopoulos, September 29, 2020
Europe Needs China to Become an Independent Global Power By Paul Antonopoulos, September 24, 2020
Washington Is Left Isolated as It Passes Renewed Sanctions Against Iran By Paul Antonopoulos, September 23, 2020
Mediterranean Europe Will Continue Dealing with Migrant Crisis Instigated by Germany Despite Alleviation Efforts By Paul Antonopoulos, September 23, 2020
Belarusian Sanctions Vetoed by Cyprus Exposes Deep Divisions Between Mediterranean and Northern Europe By Paul Antonopoulos, September 22, 2020
Arctic Tensions Rise as Britain Leads Show of Force Against Russia in the Barents Sea By Paul Antonopoulos, September 18, 2020
Slovakia: Population Distrust US, Opposition to “Western” Intervention By Paul Antonopoulos, September 16, 2020