World Affairs

No Hegemonic Peace in Cyprus

April 7, 2014 0

by Marios L. Evriviades Almost forty years to the date, the Turks finally figured out that they had invaded the wrong geographic region of Cyprus. Cyprus’s power wealth, its hydrocarbons, have been found to be […]

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Africa Beware of Imperialism’s Fatherly Advice

April 3, 2014 0

By Mark P. Fancher Washington’s military tentacles daily tighten their grip on Africa, in ever deepening collusion with France. “Allowing the U.S., France and others to essentially take charge of Africa’s militaries creates or maintains […]

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The Division of Turkey

April 3, 2014 0

by Thierry Meyssan Political life in Turkey descended into chaos after the anonymous YouTube release, March 27, of the excerpts from recordings of a national security meeting in which the government was contemplating a false […]

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Behind the Russian Rage

April 1, 2014 0

by Patrick J. Buchanan Perhaps Americans, a fortunate tribe, should try to see the world from the vantage point of the Russian people and Vladimir Putin, and, as the poet Robert Burns said, “see ourselves […]

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Global confrontation after Syria and Ukraine

March 27, 2014 0

Global confrontation after Syria and Ukraine By Ghaleb Kandil What happened in Ukraine is a coup prepared by Western intelligence services in order to modify the new global equilibrium, which threaten the unilateral American hegemony. […]

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The New Cold War “Shield”

March 26, 2014 0

by Manlio Dinucci Vice President Joe Biden’s flash visit to Poland and Estonia to ensure that, in the face of “Russia’s shameless incursion” in Ukraine – a country determined to build “a government for the […]

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