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The Biggest Threat to the US Indo-Pacific Strategy? Washington Itself.
03.08.19 12:38 Asia rising
The strategy’s success depends on continued forgiveness from allies and partners.
The Diplomat

Ukraine on the cusp of change
28.07.19 09:01 f.USSR
The thumping victory by the Ukraine President Vladimir Zelensky’s Servant of the People party, securing an absolute majority of 253 seats in the 450 member parliament, can be viewed as a tectonic shift in the geopolitical landscape of Eurasia. The next big party in the parliament will be the pro-Russia Platform – For Life, which secured 44 seats. The stunning rout of the pro-western forces symbolised by former President Poroshenko’s Solidarity party (24 seats).

India’s Looming Agricultural Crisis: A Unique Chance to Change the System?
04.07.19 08:25 Asia rising
The confluence of environmental factors and economic policies will probably trigger the large-scale migration of India’s hundreds of millions of mostly small-scale farmers and their families to the cities, completely upending the country’s social fabric and presenting the unique opportunity to finally change the system once and for all if the opposition can skillfully exploit this crisis to that end.
Global Research

The Saker interviews Stephen Karganovic
02.07.19 07:18 European trends
I became interested in what happened in Srebrenica in July of 1995, during the Bosnian war, when in 2001 at the Hague I became involved in the defense of a Bosnian Serb officer accused of war crimes before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. I was in America, of course, while the war was going on and knew nothing of Srebrenica at that time. Neither did I have any axe to grind in the controversies that sparked that conflict. I was raised and educated in the United States, had a very vague concept of my ethnic background(s), and neither I nor my family had suffered any detriment at the hands of the other contending parties, so I had no motive to favor one side or disfavor another. As we sifted through the evidence in order to construct a defense, I noticed that the prosecution’s case consisted of broad allegations and was bereft of specific facts to support the grave charges laid against the defendant, which included genocide, an accusation that takes much highly technical evidence to prove.
SouthFront (SF)

Media and Politicians Ignore Oncoming Financial Crisis
02.07.19 01:45 Economics
How does a $22 Trillion in debt country continue to pay the bills?
The Ron Paul Institute

In an astonishing turn, George Soros and Charles Koch team up to end US ‘forever war’ policy
01.07.19 21:30 Economics
European and US Elites realize there is money to be made in our upcoming world of plenty
Boston Globe, Stephen Kinzer

Vladimir Putin says liberalism has ‘become obsolete’
28.06.19 17:24 Economics
Rich guys fighting
Financial Times

You Are Fighting In The Most Important Battle Of All Time
25.06.19 19:29 Memories
If you are reading this, it’s most likely the result of a series of events in your life which have drawn your interest and attention to the fact that our world is quite a bit different from what we’ve been told by our school teachers, by the news media, by Hollywood, and by politicians.
Caitlin Johnstone

Bound & Sedated: How Merkel is Outsourcing Germanys Migrant Problem to Italy
22.06.19 18:13 European trends
German Chancellor Angela Merkels pro-immigrant stance hardly correlates with Germanys inhuman practices, Italian political observers say commenting on the recent exposure of Berlins methods for transferring unwanted migrants back to the countries where they first entered the EU.

Nations align in the fight for Syrian peace
16.12.17 11:24 Middle East
Were you to listen to some of world’s leaders, you might believe the threat from ­Islamic State has been defeated. Last week, Russian strongman Vladimir Putin defiantly announced that Islamic State had been vanquished on both banks of the Euphrates River in Syria and that it was time for the political process to take centre stage.
Rodger Shanahan, Lowy Institute

Moscow’s wriggle room shrinking vis-à-vis Trump
02.03.17 09:18 f.USSR
The pall of gloom and uncertainty descending on the Russian mind over the intentions of the Donald Trump administration would only have deepened on Sunday when Washington brusquely demanded that Moscow “and the separatist forces it backs” in Donbas, Ukraine’s breakaway eastern region, should “immediately observe the ceasefire, withdraw all heavy weapons, and allow full and unfettered access to the OSCE monitors.”
Asia Times

The $2 Trillion Gamble That Saudi Arabia Cannot Win
08.02.17 21:52 Middle East
Saudis seeing the need to diversify their economy

France’s election in total chaos for the mainstream
07.02.17 01:15 European trends
Is this the end of France’s mainstream political parties?
The Saker

If US throws Ukraine under the bus, will Moscow reciprocate?
03.02.17 22:43 f.USSR
The Trump administration has adopted a low-key approach bordering on indifference regarding the bloody flare-up of violence in the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine between government forces and Russia-backed separatists. It signifies a radical shift in Washington’s approach.
M K Bhadrakumar

Russian Mercenaries In Syria And Around The World
29.01.17 09:21 Global Security
The December 9, 2016 Kremlin celebration of the Fatherland Heroes’ Day brought attention to one of obscure components of Russian clandestine paramilitary capabilities, when a photo featuring President Vladimir Putin and the leadership of the so-called Vagner Private Military Company surfaced on social media.
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