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If The EU Actually Wants to Preserve the JCPOA Against US Wishes, European Leaders Must Learn From Turkey and Erdogan

When Donald Trump reached what for him was a forgone conclusion and withdrew the United States from the JCPOA (aka Iran nuclear deal), it was equally a foregone conclusion that China and Russia would both be willing to continue participation in a would-be post-US JCPOA and if not, China and […]

Serbian President Thanks Turkey for “Stabilising Balkans” as Erdogan Slams Western Meddling in Region

Serbian President Alexander Vucic has met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and other Turkish officials in Ankara. The meetings which have been characterised as positive by both sides are aimed at improving both economic and security ties. After paying a visit to pay respects at Anıtkabir, the mausoleum to modern Turkey’s founder Mustafa […]

A Golden Era for Serbia-Turkey Relations That Mainstream and Alt-Media Have Completely Ignored

On the 6th of May, Serbian President Alexander Vucic will arrive in Turkey for a meeting organised by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The meeting is part of a serious of increased bilateral summits that have taken place between high level officials over the last year representing two countries which have traditionally […]

A Confident Beijing Brings Socialism With Chinese Characteristics to An Uncertain Germany for Marx’s 200th Birthday

While many people debate the legacy of Marxism on the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, for the world’s largest communist country, the People’s Republic of China, Marx is less a matter of debate than a matter of reality. In the run-up to Marx’s bicentenary, Chinese leaders have […]

As Western Living Standards Plummet, Politicians Must Get Used to Genuine Unpaid Activism That Has Nothing to Do With Russia or Anywhere Else

Rarely a day goes by without western mainstream media outlets accusing an independent journalist, activist or even leading politician of having ties with a foreign power that have resulted in the material or electoral enrichment of said journalist, activist or politician. Last week the Syrian journalist and commentator Mimi Susli’s Twitter […]