Commentary

Suspicion and Skepticism are Vaccines for Deception

May 7, 2020 0

By Doug “Uncola” Lynn via TheBurningPlatform.com Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities. ― Voltaire   I once read a definition of psychological depression as a result of anger and fatigue. That seems […]

World Affairs

Trump Adapts US Energy Strategy

April 16, 2020 0

While most people are absorbed by the time-distribution measures of the epidemic, the Saudis are questioning the power of their American protector. A showdown between Riyadh and Washington, which was already disrupting the world economy […]

World Affairs

Strategic Remix for the Middle East

March 10, 2020 0

Alastair CROOKE The End of an Era. When the first World War came to its end, intimations of an end to the European Era were already evident in symptoms: aching diplomatic joints, straitened perceptual political vision […]

World Affairs

Putin’s Now Purged the West from the Kremlin

January 17, 2020 0

Tom Luongo It came as the biggest shock of the day on Wednesday. The Russian government resigned. The day before President Vladimir Putin gave his State of the Nation address and outlined a slate of […]

World Affairs

Twenty Years Later – How Did Putin Do?

December 30, 2019 0

Patrick ARMSTRONG Twenty years ago a not very well-known Vladimir Putin published an essay “Russia at the turn of the millennium”. It was printed in Nezavisimaya Gazeta and at the Russian government website. The only copy […]

World Affairs

When Did Ukraine Become a ‘Critical Ally’?

November 15, 2019 0

November 15, 2019 by Patrick J. Buchanan Despite constant pressure from Sen. John McCain and our neocons to bring Ukraine into NATO, wiser heads on both sides of the Atlantic rejected the idea. On hearing the State […]

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