Author: Andrew Korybko

“Wagner” In Syria: Is The Iranian Tail Trying To Wag The Russian-American Dog?

The curious chain of events surrounding the speculative fate of Russia’s “Wagner” mercenary force in Syria suggests that Iran might have secretly manipulated this “private army” into carrying out a “suicidal mission” with the intent of provoking Russian-American tensions that Tehran could then leverage to its advantage in attempting to […]

America’s Attempts To Provoke A “Security Dilemma” Between Russia And Turkey Are Predicated On Their Pre-Coup Legacy Of Tensions

The US might be trying to engineer a Russian-Turkish “security dilemma” in Syria through pre-coup weapons shipments and the exploitation of lingering demagogic suspicions. Much has been written in the past few days about a speculated fault line developing between Russia and Turkey over “Operation Olive Branch”, with the narrative […]

The CIA Could Have Killed Ivanovic To Pave The Way For Regime Change In Kosovo

America’s been putting pressure on its Balkan puppet “state” over the past year, and the possible false-flag assassination of a high-profile Serbian politician in Kosovo could have been staged to implicate the Autonomous Province’s “leadership”, thus paving the way for regime change there and consequently making the EU more amenable […]

“Whaddya Gonna Do About It?”: The Relevancy of America’s Favorite Retort

The archetypically American retort of “whaddya gonna do about it” is an arrogant response to foreign policy criticism but it nevertheless serves a useful relevance in bluntly debunking Alt-Media fantasies and crudely posing Neo-Realist questions that the US’ adversaries are inevitably forced to answer. Most people who have any experience […]