Hillary Clinton published a programmatic text in the US magazine Foreign Policy that can and must be considered a real strategy for the Deep State to restore US global hegemony. Considering the place of Clinton in the real ranking in US politics, the possibility for this strategy to be actually implemented is very high. The good news is that Clinton, the “shadow advisor” of the Biden Administration, calls to avoid if possible an “accidental” nuclear war with China and Russia, but the US establishment – talking through the voice of the former Secretary of State – is obsessed with the promotion of its geopolitical interests through missiles and (non-nuclear) bombs. A complete return of the Deep State to the control room of the US political, military and diplomatic machinery won’t turn into a global apocalypse, but certainly, there won’t be peace in the world: the US will try to return some production capability to its territory and will press actively its geopolitical rivals through diplomatic and military means.
After the Nagorno Karabakh conflict, foreign forces may try to destabilise the situation in other countries in Transcaucasia, namely in Georgia, though this time not through military means but by attempts to exploit its internal problems. There will be attempts to organise all kind of revolutions. They succeeded in Erevan but failed in Minsk. As long as there are these kinds of forces succeeding in Erevan, Kyiv, Tblisi and other places, there won’t be calm in the Caucasus.
Conspiracy theory not backed by any evidence, promoting several recurrent pro-Kremlin narratives about popular protests as Western-led colour revolutions, foreign powers aiming to encircle Russia, and Moscow as the ultimate target of international events.
Contrary to the claim, popular protests in Armenia and Ukraine were not destabilisation attempts orchestrated from abroad, neither is the protest movement in Belarus. This disinformation article appeared amidst a series of demonstrations in Georgia against the results of the Parliamentarian election, won by the Georgian Dream Party considered friendlier to Russia than the other leading political formations but that the opposition claimed had been rigged. By framing these demonstrations as a foreign-backed colour revolution, this narrative aims to deprive those protests of any legitimacy.
See other examples of these disinformation narratives, such as claims that clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh are part of an Anaconda Ring plan against Russia, that events in Belarus are part of a hybrid war organised from abroad, that Moscow prevented a colour revolution in Kyrgyzstan, that extremists and Nazis are being trained in Ukraine to act in Belarus, or that Angela Merkel is the handler of Belarusian and Russian opposition leaders Tsikhanouskaya and Navalny.