World Affairs

Who Killed The Iran Protests?

January 9, 2018 0

  One prime indicator that anti-government protests in Iran have truly died down to the point of now being completely snuffed out as reports today suggest, and as we began reporting at the end of last week, […]

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The Next Empire

January 2, 2018 0

by Jeff Thomas Throughout history, political, financial, and military leaders have sought to create empires. Westerners often think of ancient Rome as the first empire. Later, other empires formed for a time. Spain became an empire, […]



August 16, 2017 0

by Naresh Jotwani Not many will dispute that ‘freedom’ is one of the more popular words in English language today — in spite of the fact that, as we shall see, this word does not even […]

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The Smiles of Mrs. May

February 3, 2017 0

Since the induction of Donald Trump has opened a new period in international relations, each state must now try to reposition itself. However, the British government, which has been forced by referendum to accept Brexit, […]

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Here’s How The Trump Presidency Will Play Out

January 20, 2017 0

by Pepe Escobar The Trump era starts now – with geopolitics and geoeconomics set for a series of imminent, unpredictable cliffhangers. I have argued that Trump’s foreign policy guru Henry Kissinger’s strategy to deal with […]

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Who Will Exit the EU Next?

October 7, 2016 0

Like all political constructions, the European Union should be considered a momentary entity in the vast expanse of history.(-/AFP/Getty Images) By Adriano Bosoni The European Union’s future has been up for debate since the Continent’s […]


Mother Superior Vs. Ranting Schoolboy

September 27, 2016 0

by Pepe Escobar for Sputnik International The temptation is irresistible to conceptualize the Clinton Machine’s strategy going into the first US presidential debate; let Donald Trump metastasize into a pretzel. Mission not impossible; in fact, […]

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