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Crimea Secedes. So What?

March 20, 2014 0

By Ron Paul Residents of Crimea voted over the weekend on whether they would remain an autonomous region of Ukraine or join the Russian Federation. In so doing, they joined a number of countries and […]

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John Kerry has a Tactic, Not a Policy

March 19, 2014 0

by Thierry Meyssan Secretary of State John Kerry (here during his stopover in Rome) has no predefined policy. He takes the initiative on all subjects, not to achieve decisive victories, but to find opportunities to […]

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Ukraine: Truth – the First Casualty

March 18, 2014 0

How do wars begin? Wars begin when, first, politicians lie to journalists, then they believe what they read in the press! Karl Kraus, 1912 The nationalist uprising in Kiev, at least in part stage-managed from […]

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Chomsky: How the US Is Playing with Fire in Asia

March 12, 2014 0

By David McNeill, Noam Chomsky March 7, 2014  | Often dubbed one of the world’s most important intellectuals and its leading public dissident, Noam Chomsky was for years among the top 10 most quoted academics […]

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Falling Empires and Surging Silver

March 11, 2014 0

By Martin D. Weiss: Not long ago, Elisabeth and I walked the streets of Rome — once a little village of seven hills founded in 753 B.C. that rose to rule the world from the […]

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