Andrew Korybko

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Andrew Korybko is a Moscow-based American political analyst specializing in the relationship between the US grand strategy in Afro-Eurasia, China's Belt & Road Initiative, and Hybrid Warfare. *Views are personal.

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India Mustn’t Fall For The US’ Latest Tibetan Trap

The US recently announced a so-called “special coordinator for Tibet” in a move that was immediately condemned by China as interference in its domestic...

Why’s India Left Out Of The US’ Quad-Like Asian Network Proposal?

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken revealed on Tuesday during a speech in Indonesia that his country plans to assemble another Quad-like Asian network. According to...

The Strategic Consequences of this weekend’s Nagaland Tragedy

The Indian Army blamed an intelligence failure for Saturday’s tragedy in Nagaland after security forces shot at local coal miners who were regrettably mistaken...

The Impact of the Russian-Indian Axis on Eurasian Stability

India and Russia are mutually complementary strategic partners since they share the same vision of "balancing" Eurasian affairs, albeit differently. The South Asian state...

India’s Planned Repeal Of Its Farm Laws Was Long Overdue

Indian Prime Minister Modi announced on Friday that his government plans to repeal its controversial farm laws. These previously proposed pieces of legislation provoked...

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Biden Administration Weighs Sending Longer-Range ATACMS Missiles to Ukraine

The authorities in the United States are currently trying...

Beyond F-16s –  France Hesitates Delivering Mirage 2000D, While Sweden Offers Gripen to Ukraine

French President Emanuel Macron granted Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy...

Shoigu Orders “Super Iskander” and “Mega Kinzhal”: Upgrading Russia’s Missile Might

Sergey Shoigu, Russia's Minister of Defence, stated recently during...

Kh-69, Zircon, and Grom-E1 – Russia Tests Unproven Missiles in Real-World Combat

Russia is reportedly using its missile weaponry more frequently,...