Can States Reward their Criminals?

Ramil Safarov went from a murderer to a national hero. Thanks to politics.

Interview with former Syrian Diplomat, Danny Albaaj

In this first interview by Pecunia et Bellum, we discussed sensitive political and geopolitical matters with Dany Albaaj, a former Syrian Diplomat who witnessed the changes in Syria first hand. We note that the views or calculations expressed by the interviewee do not in any way reflect the opinions of the Pecunia et Bellum team members, individually or collectively.

De Macron

How Macron took lessons from de Gaulle’s Playbook

The Tigrayan Conflict

In the present, Ethiopia is experiencing a bloody civil war between the Federal Government and the state of Tigray.

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In need of reliable neighbours

By Nickolaos Angelis The “holy” relationship between the two Nations dates back to ancient times, when, during the epoch of the Maccabean wars against the Syrian yoke, the relations between Sparta and Judaea were renewed. This time the initiative was taken by the successful brother of Judas, Jonathan, in the last years of his reign … Continue reading In need of reliable neighbours

China: The Challenger

By George Monopatis It is common knowledge in international fora that China is the number 2 power in the international system. However, the tricky part consists of identifying the means of achieving the status of a world order challenger. Perhaps the straightforward answer to this question derives from the country’s geography. In a geopolitical sense … Continue reading China: The Challenger