Source – journal-neo.org
- “…This region is more than a crossroads, it is a pitch for geopolitical intrigues, and these have far-reaching consequences: events in Turkey, the Syrian civil war, refugee flows, the rise and funding of ISIS (banned in Russia), all these events swirl around and around to provide the force for political conflict with international players”
Saudi and Western Ponzi-Scheme vs. Regional Geopolitical Realities
The more you read, and read again, the same material but with the titles changed, the more disillusioned you become. It is as if the pundits just don’t get it, even to the extent of calling the South Caucasus part of Europe.
In that particular case even Wikipedia is more accurate than most:
Transcaucasia, also known as the South Caucasus, is a geographical region on the border of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, straddling the southern Caucasus Mountains. Transcaucasia roughly corresponds to modern Georgia, Armenia…
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