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by Thierry Meyssan on 15 May 2021 0 Comment

In three years, France has gone through two major crises that have not been answered: the questioning of globalization by the Gilets jaunes and the disintegration of the State by the police unions. Neither of them has received a substantial response. If the observations of these whistleblowers are shared by all, it becomes impossible to share them publicly. ...

Turkey has once again escaped the consequences of its actions, this time in Nagorno-Karabakh. It is probably today in the crosshairs of the Pentagon, which wishes to destroy it like all the other states in the wider Middle East. This is the problem: it risks being set on fire to continue the “endless war” and not to defeat its racist ideology. The adversary ...

by R Hariharan on 13 May 2021 0 Comment

India’s strategic security challenges have become more complex after the “coming of age” of the Quad - the Quadrilateral strategic grouping of the US, Japan, India and Australia. The Quad is no doubt China-centric and was formed to ensure a free and open international order based on the rule of law in the Indo-Pacific. However, the virtual summit meeting of ...

by Valery Kulikov on 12 May 2021 0 Comment

The now infamous blockage of the Suez Canal, along with the incident that nearly led to its repetition that occurred in early April, as well as a series of terrorist attacks committed by Israel against Iranian ships, has forced the international community to actively look for a possible alternative to this vital maritime transport artery. Against the back...

by Vladimir Platov on 11 May 2021 0 Comment

Against the backdrop of the attempts to publicly humiliate Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman undertaken by the Biden administration, Washington in recent weeks has actively sought to use Riyadh in a game against Iran to its own advantage. To ease its sanctions and develop contacts with Tehran, the White House gave appropriate instructions to its strateg...

by Salman Rafi Sheikh on 10 May 2021 1 Comment

The ‘Cyprus meeting’ of officials from Israel, the UAE, Greece and Cyprus highlights the ‘changing’ Middle East. While the US has, ever since Trump’s defeat and Joe Biden’s arrival into the White House, seemingly taken a step back from pushing the Gulf and Arab states for signing The Abraham Accords, the pact still continue to shape the Middle Eastern geo-po...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 09 May 2021 1 Comment

The Indus Valley Civilisation culture didn’t come into existence suddenly one fine day. A systematic decipherment of the events of the Mahabharata shows that it was post- Mahabharata culture. (From Mehrgarh to Saraswati, Dwarka people spread and started the Early Harappan culture). There is a clear demarcation of 3 regions in the IVC: (1) The Saraswati regi...

by Israel Shamir on 08 May 2021 0 Comment

The digital giants have taken over the world. Nobody has ever amassed this much power. Hitler would die of envy if shown the greatness of Google. Huxley and Orwell’s protagonists could only dream of what Bezos and Gates do. The latter overthrew the US President and installed one they prefer, and for good reason. The combined net worth of the top 100 ultra-ri...

by Vladimir Odintsov on 07 May 2021 0 Comment

For Britain, as for other Atlanticists, Central Asia (CA) has long been an area of key interest. To some extent, this is due to the region’s significant mineral reserves, as well as its strategic location as a bridge between Europe and Southeast Asia. That is why in recent years the West has been particularly active in trying to prevent the restoration of Ru...

by Jaibans Singh on 06 May 2021 9 Comments

The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has undergone monumental changes for the better in the last few years. The security forces set the pace by carrying out relentless counter-terrorist operations, which succeeded with the support of the local populace and government, and resulted in near decimation of the terror machinery in the region. T he improved c...

by F William Engdahl on 05 May 2021 0 Comment

After failing to block Turkey’s purchase of the advanced S-400 Russian air defense system, Washington diplomacy in recent months appeared to have managed to “flip” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to support of US interests in several critical countries from Libya to Armenia to Ukraine, even Afghanistan. With the Turkish economy on the brink of catastr...

by Salman Rafi Sheikh on 04 May 2021 1 Comment

While the Joe Biden administration has confirmed a US withdrawal from Afghanistan with or without a political settlement between Kabul and the Taliban, the story that has started to unfold following Biden’s announcement shows that withdrawal isn’t after all going to be a straightforward pull out of all military resources currently deployed and operating in A...

by Thierry Meyssan on 03 May 2021 0 Comment

What makes the Middle East difficult to understand is that it comprises a multitude of actors with different logics who, depending on the circumstances, make or break alliances. We often think we know the region politically, who our friends and enemies are. But when we return to the same place years later, the landscape has changed dramatically: some of our ...

by Vladimir Platov on 02 May 2021 2 Comments

Against the background of a possible return of the United States to a “nuclear deal” with Iran, Tel Aviv has recently demonstrably intensified the actions of its intelligence services to undermine Tehran’s nuclear program and damage not only this industry, but the Islamic Republic as a whole. And at the same time, Israeli officials make no secret of their di...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 01 May 2021 0 Comment

Ötzi man is in news again. (Ötzi was the oldest well-preserved remains of a man found on the highs of Alps in 2017, and dated at around 3300 BCE Wikipedia article). (Disclaimer: this article is not about the migration of Ötzi man). After a recent discovery of the presence of the Indian-origin H.pylori bacterium in his stomach, establishing his ancestral...

by Thierry Meyssan on 30 Apr 2021 0 Comment

Any article on what has just happened in Jordan is now censored by order of the Royal Palace. It will therefore be impossible to find explanations about the coup d’état that Prince Hamza, half-brother of King Abdullah, was preparing. The most we know is that on April 3, 2021, the Chief of Staff, General Youssef Huneiti, came to politely inform Prince Hamz...

by Israel Shamir on 29 Apr 2021 0 Comment

The US has been fighting two wars: with Ukraine against Russia, and with Russia against Climate. Both are very costly, both bring no profit to Americans, both are entirely unnecessary, but both are essential for the Biden regime at this time, as the Covid pandemic runs out of steam. How will matters proceed? The Ukrainian war may have been postponed. Rus...

by Thierry Meyssan on 28 Apr 2021 1 Comment

The Ukrainian population is divided between a part of European culture and another of Russian culture. This singularity offers Washington a playground against Moscow. For several weeks now, the drums have been beating, sounding war. But none of the allies want to die for Kiev or sacrifice themselves to Russia. 1] The Anglo-Saxons have a hereditary enemy: th...

by Michael Brenner on 27 Apr 2021 0 Comment

The question of what constitutes ‘thinking’ overlaps the issues of MIND/BRAIN. Defining, delineating and explicating self-awareness, rationality and logic has been a perplexing challenge since time immemorial. ‘‘Discovery’ of the subconscious has enormously complicated these tasks. Advances in neurology add a new dimension to the discourse. A finitude of tim...

by Michael Brenner on 26 Apr 2021 6 Comments

Back in the days when the New York Review of Books took seriously its reputation as the stellar journal of English-reading intellectuals, the editors upon occasion published long, prolix essays on the recondite topic of the Mind-Brain relationship. I recall John Searle of Berkeley as one of the protagonists. Through dint of supreme effort and disciplined con...

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