World Affairs

The political architecture of the new Middle East

September 13, 2021 0

The post-Syrian war Middle East is taking shape. Everything would change: Syria would join the Russian-led military coalition and be de facto protected by it. Lebanon would be placed under joint Russian-US tutelage but occupied […]

Health

“IT’S A BIOWEAPON.” — DR. RICHARD FLEMING

June 28, 2021 3

“IT’S A BIOWEAPON,” says Dr.. Richard Fleming referring to the virus and the genome of the virus. Dr. Fleming also asserts that new research indicates that the genetic sequences that are in the Pfizer and […]

World Affairs

Why a Yalta II ?

June 16, 2021 0

The United States is not the hyper-power it dreamed of being. It has endured a terrible military defeat in Syria with a hundred allied states. Even if they continue to delude themselves, the time of […]

World Affairs

G7: Desperately Seeking Relevancy

June 9, 2021 0

A G7 rebooted as a Sinophobic crusade will have few if any takers due to members’ rising dependence on Chinese goods and markets by Pepe Escobar with permission and first posted at Asia Times The upcoming […]

Commentary

2020: America’s Wake-Up Call

December 30, 2020 0

by Patrick J. Buchanan     Unable to stand up to a China in which they invested so many hopes, the American establishment turns to Russia — a nation with one-tenth China’s population and one-tenth of […]

World Affairs

Why Is Europe Courting Revolution?

November 3, 2020 0

Alastair CROOKE All eyes remain on the U.S. election, and on fathoming its consequences. But in the shadow of ‘The Election’, there are other ‘moving parts’: Germany just offered Washington ‘a sweetheart deal’ in which, Europe […]

World Affairs

What’s at Stake in the Armenia-Azerbaijan Chessboard

October 2, 2020 0

By Pepe Escobar, posted with permission and first posted at Asia Times Few geopolitical hot spots across the planet may rival the Caucasus: that intractable, tribal Tower of Babel, throughout History a contentious crossroads of empires […]

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