Neither the United States nor North Korea can afford to go to war with each other. However, neither party can afford to be seen as backing down from each other. Here are 8 reasons why the United States shouldn’t go to war with North Korea and, instead, make a deal.
Globalist elements within Germany’s government hope to use the German Army in “coalitions under international control,” which is threatened by the rise of alternative political parties.
Thomas Flichy de La Neuville, professor of geopolitics at France’s prestigious Saint-Cyr’s military academy recently visited the capital of Iran, Tehran. This is a brief telling of his experiences and thoughts on modern Iran.
“The prospect of a future coup remains unlikely for as long as Erdogan remains in office. Barring a democratic loss in 2019, it would be reasonable to say that Erdogan has become a de facto Sultan who survived an onslaught of his former Janissaries.”
Erik Khzmalyan writes, “In the end, it is the proxy countries that pay the price for the mistakes made by external powers. In this case, we might see Syria disappear from the world map in a century that so hopelessly claimed that geopolitics is a thing of the past.”
Dan Schwartz shares his thoughts on the dangers of nuclear terrorism in America today.
Olivier Hanne is an expert on Islamic history and teaches at the prestigious Saint-Cyr’s military academy in France. He outlines how best to deal with jihadists in France.
Originally published in 2015, the study “2030, What the CIA Has Not Imagined” made waves. Given that the trends of disruption have intensified, Saint-Cyr’s professor of geopolitics, Thomas Flichy de La Neuville, has decided to republish his findings at The Weichert Report. Read on for more
Eric Khzmalyan, a Eurasian geopolitical expert, offers his outlook on the future of China’s One Belt, One Road economic policy and its geopolitical underpinnings
Dr. Mackubin Thomas Owens has written a brilliant piece at the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s journal of world affairs, Orbis. The piece is on nationalism and its meaning in today’s world. Read on to find out more