The Case of Belarus: Russia’s Fear of Popular Revolutions
By EMIL AVDALIANI

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Belarus is the last remaining state on Russia’s western border not to have experienced a popular revolution since the 1990s, but revolutionary fervor is growing there. Events in Minsk have great geopolitical import, as one would expect from a state located between Russia and Europe. For Russia, the crisis in Belarus caused by the August presidential election result …

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By EMIL AVDALIANI

Michael Edelman Esq., Political Analyst, Gabriel M. Etzel, Editor in Chief of The Unvarnished Blog, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large, on Westchester On the Level – Monday, Oct 28, 2019 @10am

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Trump’s Syria Fumble Right Out of Obama’s Playbook
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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I will never forget the first time I realize that Barack Obama was clueless about the Middle East. I was traveling in the US during the 2008 campaign. An Obama commercial stuck with me like a bone in my throat.  In speaking about the Middle East he said something to the effect of ‘we will withdraw our troops and end …

Jonathan FeldsteinTrump’s Syria Fumble Right Out of Obama’s Playbook
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The Kremlin Targets Ukraine to Test the West
By CATHERINE HARRIS, NICOLE GEIS, and MASON CLARK

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Key Takeaway: Russia conducted a brazen act of war against Ukraine in the Sea of Azov on November 25. The Russian Coast Guard fired on Ukrainian naval vessels and detained their crews in violation of multiple international laws including the Geneva Convention. This escalation is part of a broader deliberate campaign by Russia to test the resolve of the U.S. …

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By CATHERINE HARRIS, NICOLE GEIS, and MASON CLARK

Turkey vs. the Southern Caucasus Republics
By Lt. Col. (res.) Dr. MORDECHAI KEDAR and Col. (res.) Dr. DAN GOTTTLIEB

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BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1006, November 14, 2018 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: On October 13, 1921, the Kars Agreement was signed in the town of Kars in eastern Anatolia (Western Armenia). This agreement redrew, in Turkey’s favor, the Kars-Ardahan-Artvin border between Turkey and the Caucasus republics of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, an area that had been stripped from Turkey by the …

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By Lt. Col. (res.) Dr. MORDECHAI KEDAR and Col. (res.) Dr. DAN GOTTTLIEB

Kashoggi In Context
By By LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

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FT. LAUDERDALE, FL — October 25, 2018 — Someone in Saudi Arabia – and most of the available information points to the crown prince, who is the country’s real power center – dispatched a hit squad to murder a dissident commentator inside the country’s consulate in Istanbul. This much is clear. The question now is: What to do about it? …

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Syria Has Effectively Ceased to Exist
By JONATHAN SPYER

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On my last night in Damascus, some younger members of the Ministry of Information-sponsored delegation in which I was taking part decided to have a drink. It was late April, and the bars and restaurants were doing good business in the cool and breezy evenings. An inebriated Russian journalist, accompanied by a uniformed Russian soldier entered the bar opposite our …

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By JONATHAN SPYER

Ten Russian Agents Plead Guilty and Are to Be Removed from The United States

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Image via Wikipedia WASHINGTON, D.C., July 8, 2010 — Ten individuals pleaded guilty today in Manhattan federal court to conspiring to serve as unlawful agents of the Russian Federation within the United States and will be immediately expelled from the United States, the Justice Department announced today.

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Yonkers Police Department Blotter – July 5, 2010 BY DET. SGT. PATRICK McCORMACK

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 YONKERS, NY, July 5, 2010 –‭ ‬On July 3, 2010, at approximately 1:23 am, Officers from the 3rd Precinct responded to Lawrence St. on a report of a man with a gun. A description of the suspect was broadcast and the Officers did observe that male. As the Officers approached the male, later identified as 21 year old Yonkers resident …

eHeziYonkers Police Department Blotter – July 5, 2010 BY DET. SGT. PATRICK McCORMACK