Mariusz Blaszczak, the Polish defense minister, announced Thursday that Warsaw will move up to 10,000 additional soldiers to its border with Belarus to “scare away the aggressor so that it does not dare to attack us.”
Category: TRENDS IN GEOPOLITICS – Aug 15 2023
The Biden administration last week took its latest actions to stymie the growth of China by issuing an executive order that bans new investment into vital technology industries in the Asian giant.
Shehbaz Sharif, Pakistan’s departing prime minister, announced last week that he dissolved Parliament—which means the country’s election will not occur until 2024 instead of November.
The Biden administration deployed sailors and Marines to the Middle East last week as part of its “pre-announced deployment to support deterrence efforts in the Strait of Hormuz,” the Pentagon said.
Politicians in Washington and the presstitutes in the media shrug off political assassinations unless, of course, they occur in countries that are continually portrayed as evil, like Russia and China.
The United Nations warned last week that the armed clashes between Sudan’s army and its paramilitary Rapid Response Forces have displaced more than four million people—including over 884,000 who have fled the country.
Antony Blinken, the U.S. secretary of state, called the coup in Niger “extremely troubling” and said he supports the efforts by some West African countries to “restore constitutional order” in the country, while his second-in-command vowed to starve the country of funding.