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Poland on “Russian menace.” Media review

Poland’s establishment stirred up talks over the ways to build up relations with Russia. Previously, the belief of Russia’s “aggressive nature” was the dominant opinion, but now Talaga, observer of Rzeczpospolita, asks to pay attention to arguments for a constructive dialogue. The similar viewpoint is shared not only by the …

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Sandinista counter-revolution. Media review

Against the background of an exacerbation of Nicaragua’s political situation, Havana Times accuses the USA of an attempted ouster of the Republic’s leadership. Radio France Internationale (RFI) draws attention to the recent decision of the White House to impose sanctions on some high-ranking officials from President Ortega’s closest entourage. According …

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The USA to the South of Rio Grande. Media review

The United States is trying to restore the shaky positions in Latin America, Diplomatic Courier, and Foreign Policy note. Winter, the editor-in-chief of the magazine Americas Quarterly, is convinced that the Trump administration has finally realized that further inaction is fraught with increasing influence of China in the region, which …

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Oasis of Leftist Europe. Media Review

According to Politico, against the background of anti-Brussels opposition of some of the newly elected European leaders, position of Spain’s Prime Minister Sánchez looks like a consistent support of the EU main powers and most of all France. U.S. News & World Report highlights, that the first foreign visit of …

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Back to the Middle Ages. Media Review

Saudi leadership is carrying out an audit of the Saudi Vision-2030 economic reform programs. In this regard, the Middle East Monitor announces serious concerns regarding the prospects for the modernization of the Kingdom. Although the main proponent of the reformist strategy, the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, keeps declaring readiness …

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Why the World Will Not Be the Same

Observing the world’s leading economies, it’s easy to see that there has been a split between the US and other countries of the Western world, which is getting deeper and deeper. Saying “the Western world”, I mean not only North America and Western Europe, but also some other countries pursuing …

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Mexican Anti-Trump. Media Review

The recent victory of the candidate from the Left Alliance Andrés Obrador in presidential elections in Mexico will contribute to further cooling of relations between Mexico and Washington, most commentators believe. The New York Magazine observes, Andrés Obrador will continue to be commensurate with the reputation of a tough critic …

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