Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials — March 10, 2021

Israeli jets escort American B-52 bombers. Twitter IDF
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures: B-52s in the Middle East
For all the world’s vastness and complexity, my attention is constantly drawn back to the Middle East, where there is much to think about.
Last week, for example, two B-52 bombers flew over the Middle East, the fourth time since Joe Biden became president of the United States.
Washington said the flybys were due to instability in the region, but the subtext was very clearly about Iran.
Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials — March 10, 2021
Lula's return opens door to Bolsonaro showdown in polarised Brazil — France 24
Worrying Signs From Mexico on Trade — Marco Ribui, RCW
Myanmar coup conflict will escalate without talks — Rodion Ebbighausen, DW
The shape of things to come in China — Pepe Escobar, Asia Times
9 Signs That Chess Pieces Are Being Moved Into Place For A Major War In The Middle East — Michael Snyder, The Most Important News
Lebanon on edge: As crisis deepens, where to from here? A debate. — France 24
Syria: Two women, 10 years on — BBC
Why Senegal protesters back Ousmane Sonko despite rape charges — Chrispin Mwakideu, DW
Georgia’s Political Crisis Puts Its Democratic Future in Doubt — Paul Stronski, WPR
Will Armenia's Political Turmoil Undo Its Democracy? — Ido Vock, New Statesman
How to solve the Nord Stream 2 dilemma — Steven Pifer, Brookings
Russian and Chinese cyberespionage puts Biden under pressure — Sébastian Seibt, France 24
Without debate, President Biden has decided on complete open borders — John Daniel Davidson, NYPost
California horror scenario could sink Biden — Jonathan Tennenbaum, Asia Times
Harry and Meghan polarize media at home and abroad — Catherine Lankes, DWOriginal Article

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