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05.02.17 09:31

Economics

Welcome to the Information Age

Tet
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Too Little, Too Late, will there be a Romanov ending for the Sudairi Seven?
12.01.17 05:03

Middle East

End game of the Iraq War

Tet
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Week 21: When economic arguments end, the arms race begins
31.05.15 10:32

Global Security

The week began with the Pentagon allocating $5 billion for the space wars. Although hotheads assume that these funds will be used for sabotage, but it seems to me that there was a reason why the fourth very secret satellite X37B was launched from Cape Canaveral. It didnt receive much attention, but still let me remind you that Russia has long sought a moratorium on the placement of weapons in outer space. Our "partners" once again went for escalation, in particular, advancing towards the cessation of funding for the New START Treaty, as well as brushing off the dust from the missile defense project in Europe. It is not surprising that Moscow will not join the International Treaty on the arms trade.

Fort Russ
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Is Germany losing yet another world war?
27.05.15 17:32

European trends

The harsh rhetoric of Merkel at the Moscow press conference on May 10th, as well as her very sour face after talking to Putin, may have very real and important reasons. Germany is looking more and more like the main loser in the geopolitical schemes of both Russia and USA. Well, if we don’t count Ukraine, which is the main battlefield

The Saker
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“The Islamic State” (ISIS) is Made in America: The Pentagon had Planned the Fall of Mosul and Ramadi in 2012
24.05.15 05:34

Iraq War, "War on terror"

The US-led coalition now attempting to appear as though they are fighting ISIS knowingly aided the rise of the Islamic State for the purpose of isolating Assad and combating expanding Iranian influence

globalresearch.ca
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Has Merkel Been Abandoned?
21.05.15 18:44

European trends

Do the recent developments regarding US involvement in the Minsk agreement and Merkel’s faux pas comment at press conference with Putin spell the beginning of her end?

John Helmer
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The Islamic State and Chaos in the Greater Middle East
07.05.15 14:21

Middle East

The Islamic State leaders strive to use the allied terrorist organizations to distract their enemies from their parent organization in Syria and Iraq.

"Center of military-political researches of MGIMO"
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Council on Foreign Relations’ Grand Strategy: China Must Be Defeated, The TPP Is Essential to Undermining China
05.05.15 18:34

Economics

Wall Street’s Council on Foreign Relations has issued a major report, alleging that China must be defeated because it threatens to become a bigger power in the world than the U.S

Eric Zuesse
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The Day After Damascus Falls: the Beginning of the End for the American Republic
01.05.15 15:34

Middle East

If Syrian President Bashar al-Assad meets the same fate as Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi or Iraq’s Saddam Hussein, much of Official Washington would rush out to some chic watering hole to celebrate – one more “bad guy” down, one more “regime change” notch on the belt. But the day after Damascus falls could mark the beginning of the end for the American Republic

Robert Parry
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The U.S. Has No Defense Against A Russian Nuclear Attack. Really
20.04.15 12:48

Global Security

Just this week, Putin stated in a documentary commemorating Moscow’s annexation of Crimea that he had considered putting the nuclear arsenal on alert to dissuade the West from pushing back, observing that he was ready for “the worst possible turn of events.” It isn’t so clear what a heightened state of alert would mean, since Russian military officials insist that even in peacetime, most of the country’s missiles are ready to launch within minutes

Forbes
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Direct line with Vladimir Putin
17.04.15 06:39

f.USSR

During the live broadcast that lasted 3 hours and 57 minutes, the President answered 74 questions out of the almost 3 million that were received

informationclearinghouse.info
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Barack Obama—the World’s Loneliest Leader
13.05.14 12:05

Americas on the move

It’s highly likely that US President Barack Obama is today the world’s loneliest leader. He has clearly been double-crossed again and again by his most trusted friends and advisers, betrayed by “friends,” and hated by foes.

F. William Engdahl
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Pan Handling in the Debtors Prison, “The NEW Service Economy”
09.07.13 17:48

Economics

Fridays Job Numbers

Tet
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Monsanto Plays GMO Deception Game
07.06.13 09:52

Americas on the move

On May 31 world media headlines read similar to this from Reuters: “Monsanto backing away from GMO crops in Europe.” A Monsanto interview with a leftist German paper created the impression around the world that the world’s largest patent-holder of GMO seeds is in full retreat from pushing their GMO seeds, at least in the European Union. The reality is anything but that. Among other things, on June 10 the EU Commission plans to approve a new Monsanto GMO maize sort.

F. William Engdahl
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The Fracked-up USA Shale Gas Bubble
14.03.13 00:45

Americas on the move

At a time when much of the world is looking with a mix of envy and excitement at the recent boom in USA unconventional gas from shale rock, when countries from China to Poland to France to the UK are beginning to launch their own ventures into unconventional shale gas extraction, hoping it is the cure for their energy woes, the US shale boom is revealing itself to have been a gigantic hyped confidence bubble that is already beginning to deflate. Carpe diem!

F. William Engdahl
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