Andrew Korybko

Andrew Korybko is an American Moscow-based political analyst specialising in the relationship between the US strategy in Afro-Eurasia, China’s One Belt One Road global vision of New Silk Road connectivity and Hybrid Warfare. He can be reached on Twitter @AKorybko

How Is Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Different From Kashmir Issue?

Russia Can Benefit From Azerbaijan’s Strengthened Relations With Iran And Pakistan

US’ Alliance With India: A Bipartisan Issue Of Grand Strategic Importance

Russia-Pakistan Relations: Russia Must Resist Indian Pressure

Syria’s International Conference On Refugees Is A Masterclass In Balancing

Pakistan Made A Compelling Case That India Is A State Sponsor Of Terrorism

Is Trump’s Afghanistan Drawdown Driven By Principles Or Machiavellian Motives?

Yemen: Will Biden Do The Right Thing Even For The Wrong Reasons?

Trump was swallowed by the swamp because he failed to drain it

What’s The Future Of Afghanistan After Trump?

China’s International Development Cooperation Is A Stunning Success

What’s The Point Of Impeaching Trump Twice?

Why’d Navalny Return To The Same Country That He Claimed Tried To Kill Him?

Russian-American Relations Under Biden: More Of The Same Except For One Thing

Modi’s Khalistan Dilemma Will Only Destabilize India

Is Biden Submitting To The Pentagon’s Anti-Chinese Containment Strategy?

President Putin’s Davos Speech Defined The World War C Era

Examining The Ethics And Implications Of Twitter’s Censorship Policy In India

Al Jazeera vs. Bangladesh: What’s Happening, Why, And What Might It Lead To?

Here’s What The US’ New China Task Force Must Do To Succeed

Biden’s Playing Hardball With MBS

America’s Following In Russia’s Diplomatic Footsteps In Afghanistan

India Is Wrong To Blame The IRGC For Late January’s Attempted Terrorist Attack

The First-Ever Quad Leadership Summit Confirmed The Bloc’s Anti-Chinese Purpose

Biden’s ‘Killer’ Remark Backfired, Big Time

The Saudis’ Renewed Peace Push In Yemen Is Welcome, But Incomplete

China And Russia Are Jointly Leading A Real-Life Justice League

The Rise Of The Eurasian Century

Chinese-EU Bonds And The Emerging Multipolar World Order

Biden’s Grand Strategy Is Delusional And Dangerous

Lavrov’s Trip To South Asia Is A Major Event

What Just Happened In Jordan?

Why Does Ukraine Want War?

What’s Everything That Biden And Putin Have To Discuss?

Here’s A List Of The US’ Top Failures In Afghanistan

Biden’s Afghan Withdrawal Isn’t A Blow To China

Iran’s Deep State Power Struggle Just Exploded Into The Open

The EU Parliament’s Anti-Russian Resolution Is Dangerous

America Must Stop Punishing Average Russians If It’s To Regain Its Soft Power

Facebook’s Censorship Of RT’s Redfish Is Literally Digital Fascism

Israel’s Aggressive Actions Are Indefensible

Fake News Alert: Russia And Turkey Are Not Sending Peacekeepers To Palestine

Russia’s International Tourism Reforms Show That It Has Nothing To Hide

There Are No Democracies Or Autocracies, Only Governments

China’s Promise Of Full Support To Syria Might Be A Geopolitical Game-Changer

The Wizard Of Oz: The Dark Reality That The Deep State Hides From The World

Russia Will Help Lead The Global Economic Recovery After COVID-19

Is Nigeria’s Twitter Ban A National Sovereignty Or Anti-Democratic Move?

Will The US Stir Up More Trouble In The South China Sea This Summer?

Russian-American Relations: Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way

Franco-Russo Competition In The Central African Republic Doesn’t Have To Be Zero-Sum

Is The UK Trying To Sabotage Russia’s Rapprochement With The West?

Putin Wants Peace And Prosperity For Europe, Not Pandemonium And Problems

Russian FM Sergei Lavrov Advocates Multipolar World Order

Are Pakistan-Ukraine Relations Problematic For Russia?

What’s The SCO’s Game Plan For Afghanistan?

Cuba: US-Backed Colour Revolution Or Legitimate COVID-Inspired Protests?

What’s Behind Russia’s Reported Joint Central Asian Base Offer To The US?

The New Quad Is Better Than The Old One

Russia’s Endorsement Of Central Asia-South Asia Connectivity Advances Multipolarity

The Top Takeaways From Turkey’s Troubles With The Taliban

What’s Russia’s Chess Game In Afghanistan?

Iran Is Wisely Marketing Itself As A Conduit For Russian-Pakistani Trade

Russia Is Right To Regard The Taliban As Reasonable

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