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The New York Times Does Government’s Bidding:
11.05.15 09:40 European trends
U.S. troops are now operating openly in Ukraine. The "paper of records" "coverage" is an embarrassment, per usual
Patrick L. Smith
 

The Strategic Alignment between Russia and China: Myths and Reality
10.05.15 20:34 Asia rising
Speculation about the possibility of China and Russia creating an official strategic alliance in response to American unipolar dominance is not new and can be traced back to the early 1990s. Recently, however, the American “pivot to Asia,” China’s new assertiveness in territorial disputes, Russia’s high-profile “turn to the East,” and the deterioration of Russia-America and, more broadly, Russia-West relations as a consequence of the Ukraine crisis have generated a complex geopolitical milieu that reignited discussion among both policy advocates and scholars about the prospects of a China-Russia strategic alliance.
The Asan Forum
 

Obama’s Petulant World War II Snub of Russia’s V-Day Commemoration
10.05.15 16:12 European trends
Russia celebrated the Allied victory over Nazism on Saturday without U.S. President Obama and other Western leaders present, as they demean the extraordinary sacrifice of the Russian people in winning World War II – a gesture intended to humiliate President Putin, writes ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern
Ray McGovern
 

Germanys record trade surplus is a bigger threat to euro than Greece
08.05.15 20:17 Economics
If EU law were properly enforced, Germany would face fines for endangering eurozone stability and breaching the Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure for the fifth year in a row
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
 

Podemos and the ‘Democratic Revolution’ in Spain
08.05.15 20:05 European trends
Even if one almost always goes wrong with such prognoses, the fact is that the Spanish state is facing the biggest rupture since the end of the Franco dictatorship. In several large cities, the left radical-democratic lists of the Guanyem / Ganemos Initiatives have real chances of winning the mayoral elections in May. In recent months in Catalonia, millions were on the street calling for the democratic right to self-determination, to which Madrid could only answer with new prohibitions. But it is above all the left party Podemos(We Can) that is dominating Spain’s political landscape. According to some current polls, Podemos, though founded only in January 2014, is the strongest party today with an almost 28 per cent voter approval, one year before the parliamentary elections
Raul Zelik
 

How the EU Association Agreement Makes Existing Ukraine-Russia Trade Links Impossible
06.05.15 15:16 European trends
Negotiations to Preserve Trade Links Between Ukraine and Russia are in Deadlock Because the EU and Ukraine Reject All Changes to an Association Agreement Whose Purpose is to Make Ukraine an EU Economic Colony
Alexander Mercouris
 

Iran is Falling to a Nuclear Agreement Trap
06.05.15 15:09 Middle East
As it appears, using the strategy of coercive diplomacy, the US and EU have been successful to force the clerics in Tehran to dismantle the vital parts of Iran’s nuclear infrastructure
Akbar E. Torbat
 

Following the Money: The New Anti-Semitism?
05.05.15 17:16 Global Security
In the 1976 docudrama about the Watergate affair and the fall of Richard Nixon, All the President’s Men, Bob Woodward’s source at the FBI, Deep Throat, tells him to “follow the money.” To the Post editorial board in 2015, doing just that is problematic—and probably anti-Semitic
Jim Lobe and Charles Davis
 

Does Turkey Prefer A European Or Eurasian Energy Union?
04.05.15 19:50 Economics
The sixth meeting of the World Forum on Energy Regulation is sc heduled to be held on May 25–28, in Istanbul, and is being organized by the office of the prime minister of the Turkish Republic. The competitive and dynamically expanding nature of the energy sector in Eurasia has been boosting Turkey’s regional importance as it prepares to take on the role of a strategically important transit and energy hub country (Hurriyet Daily News, January 28).
Jamestown Foundation
 

Putin: Czar Of Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Uranium & GOLD
04.05.15 09:57 f.USSR
Well-known Moscow journalist Dmitry Kalinichenko expressed it well: “Very few people understand what Putin is doing at the moment. And almost no one understands what he will do in the future. No matter how strange it may seem, but right now, Putin is selling Russian oil and gas only for physical gold.”
I_M_Vronsky
 

Why NATO is Terrified of Russia
03.05.15 04:31 Global Security
The twin-pronged attack - oil price war/raid on the ruble – aimed at destroying the Russian economy and place it into a form of Western natural resource vassalage has failed
Pepe Escobar
 

Banning Bikers: The Double Standards Of NGOs
02.05.15 15:10 European trends
Germany and Poland’s rejection of visa issuance for the Night Wolves patriotic bikers is politically motivated and speaks loudly about the West’s double standards towards NGOs. The group wanted to partake in a commemorative pilgrimage across Eastern Europe en route to Berlin in order to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Victory Day, and they were entirely transparent about their routes and itinerary. In the context of the New Cold War, it was obvious that if they would have been granted access to the EU, they’d have been watched over like a hawk and had every one of their moves monitored, thus ensuring that none of the ‘provocations’ that the Western mainstream media scared their citizens about would have had any chance of coming to pass even if the bikers wanted them to (which they didn’t
Andrew Korybko
 

Pope Francis Is The World’s Most Influential Agent Of Ukrainian Nationalism
01.05.15 15:04 Memories
Today it is my very real pleasure to present to you an outstanding analysis of the role of the Latin Church in modern Ukraine. In the past, I have written about the role of the Vatican in the creation of the Ukraine and the development of Ukrainian nationalism (see here and here), but what Andrew Korybko does here is look at the modern role of the Papacy in the Ukraine. I now want to address an issue which, I believes, must be clarified
Andrew Korybko
 

US Shale Oil and Gas Industry is a Ponzi Scheme Facing Collapse
30.04.15 18:35 Economics
The mainstream media keeps churning out good news stories about the booming shale oil and gas industry in the United States. Apparently, the fracking industry is going to lead to America becoming the next Saudi Arabia with a hundred years of oil and natural gas. It will provide cheap energy supplies that will boost U.S. Industry and give a major boost to consumers and help the so-called economic recovery
Dylan Murphy
 

Grexit Looks Inevitable. But Greece Will Need Moscow’s Help
28.04.15 18:38 European trends
As Prospects of a Grexit Grow, Greece May be Obliged to Defy the Europeans and Turn to Moscow for the Vital Economic Help it will Need
Alexander Mercouris
 
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