Cooperation between Armenia and Iran May Result in Benefits for the EAEU


On December 21, 2016, tThe President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, visited the Republic of Armenia on December 21, 2016. During…

John McCain Caught Red Handed Planting Landmines in Georgia


It is not difficult to understand the mission John McCain was pursuing when he visited Georgia on 1-2 January. Media coverage of the trip demonstrated that something sinister was going on, and the fact that he made the trip at all…

Ukrainian Neofascists Support Saakashvili in Attempted Rehabilitation


One reader recently wrote to me, “I would really love more articles on Nazi collaborators and Saakashvili.” Well there is plenty of material. Even though Saakashvili is now leaving Ukraine…

Last Ditch Effort by Saakashvili’s UNM in face of Georgian Elections


The Georgian parliamentary elections have not changed much in that country, as was expected. But the issue now is not what the government will do, but what Mikheil Saakashvili’s formerly ruling United…

Russia’s Red Lines: How Far Will NATO Go?


Hapless NATO Chief Jens Stoltenberg flew into Tbilisi last week, to wave his hands about like some kind of puppet while coming out with the same old pre-programmed message to the waiting Georgian public: “I cannot give the exact…

UK’s Guardian and Arms to Terrorists – Sacrificing the Associates to Protect the Crooks


The UK’s Guardian newspaper is fond of saying it supports investigative journalism. Its distinguished former editor, Peter Preston, goes round the world lecturing on investigative journalism, exposing himself to the risks…

Strange Love: General Breedlove, Potomac Institute and Chechen Terrorists


Effective investigative journalism is putting forth material for public consumption which is timely and interesting to the readership, public and private, if you get my meaning— the right thing produced at the right time for…

Arms to Terrorists: CIA Travel Agency “Jeppesen” About to Upgrade Itself


One thing about plugging away at the same topic in the same place, in this case weapons trafficking—is the value of institutional memory. Sooner or later obscure details and links become relevant. This latest turn of a shovel…

Bechtel, TMC, Bio Weapons Lab and Collateral Financial Damage to US Taxpayer


Back in 2004 a European intelligence service commissioned some due diligence work on the activities of Bechtel National and the Technology Management Company, TMC, in Georgia and…

Armenia is Swarmed by Western NGOs


The tactics of employing non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for the preparation of so-called “color revolutions” in North Africa, the Middle East and a number of former Soviet states has been the modus operandi of the US and…

The Case of Tbilisi’s Kiwi Café and a Media Free-for-all


When something is reported too quickly and then widely distributed, with all reliable news outlets carrying the same story and quoting the same original source, beware. Take the recent case of the flying sausages. This now-infamous…

NDI Polling & Current Political Processes in Georgia Portend Trouble


Opinion polling is not an exact science, a more than a few embarrassed survey research polling companies in various countries have found out the hard way. But there is a difference between honest mistakes, based on…

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