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by Thierry Meyssan on 27 May 2022 0 Comment

Since the end of World War II 77 years ago, Europeans (except for the former Yugoslavs) have known peace on their soil. They have forgotten this distant memory and discover war with horror in Ukraine. The Africans of the Great Lakes, the ex-Yugoslavs and the Muslims from Afghanistan to Libya, passing through the Horn of Africa, look at them with disgust: for...

by Vladimir Terehov on 26 May 2022 1 Comment

Not only has the state of the all-round crisis in which Sri Lanka found itself in March not “resolved” but, as recent events in the country show, it has become increasingly acute. Apparently, it is no longer an alarmist exaggeration to define the situation as “total chaos” by which this condition is assessed in China, that is one of several very interested “...

by James M Dorsey on 25 May 2022 1 Comment

Amid speculation about a reduced US military commitment to security in the Middle East, Turkey has spotlighted the region’s ability to act as a disruptive force if its interests are neglected. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan set off alarm bells this week [May 13-Ed], declaring that he was not “positive” about possible Finnish and Swedish applications ...

by Salman Rafi Sheikh on 24 May 2022 0 Comment

Even though Israel had previously refused to oppose or condemn Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine – which was provoked by the West’s irresponsible expansionism associated with NATO’s enlargement plans – the situation has changed in the last few days. Israel has clearly altered its previous status, as Jerusalem not only criticised Moscow’s militar...

by Zamir Awan on 23 May 2022 2 Comments

The US is desperate to sustain its hegemony and supremacy. It is taking extreme measures and can go to any extent to keep its hegemony and supremacy. Its Petrodollars policy has been playing a significant role, but, facing challenges recently and the US is getting nervous and crazy. The petrodollar is any U.S. dollar paid to oil-exporting countries in ex...

by Pepe Escobar on 22 May 2022 1 Comment

U.S. bioweapon ideologues comprise the leadership of the Democratic Party. By linking with non-governmental biotechnology organizations, using the investment funds of the Clintons, Rockefellers, Soros and Biden, they profited from additional campaign financing – all duly concealed. In parallel, they assembled the legislative basis for financing the bioweapon...

by Vladimir Platov on 21 May 2022 0 Comment

On April 28 the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan arrived in Saudi Arabia for an official visit which is already called symbolic for Ankara and Riyadh. As reported by Turkish media, Erdoğan had a meeting with the Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz followed by a meeting with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the Al-Salam Palace. The Turkish delegation inc...

by Thierry Meyssan on 20 May 2022 1 Comment

The first foreign fighters to arrive in Ukraine at the start of the war in February, 2022 were Canadians. The first foreign officer arrested by Russian forces on May 3 was a Canadian general. Clearly, Canada, although more than 6,000 kilometers away from Ukraine, has a hidden involvement in this conflict. In this article, I will show that all Canadian Libe...

by James M Dorsey on 19 May 2022 2 Comments

Malaysia has emerged as a potential external operations base for Hamas, the Islamist group that controls the Gaza Strip, if Turkey expels or restricts the group’s movements as a part of its rapprochement with Israel. Turkey has in recent months deported Hamas activists or refused them entry into the country as it sought to improve its troubled relations with...

by Ramtanu Maitra on 18 May 2022 0 Comment

Myanmar, under a military regime now, sits right on India’s path eastward. India-Myanmar relations are rooted in shared historical, ethnic, cultural, and religious ties. India and Myanmar share a long land border of over 1600 km and a maritime boundary in the Bay of Bengal. A large population of Indian origin (according to some estimates about 2.5 million) l...

by Ramtanu Maitra on 17 May 2022 0 Comment

Chabahar port is situated in the province of Sistan and Baluchistan in the south-eastern part of Iran. It is strategically located at the Strait of Hormuz in the Arabian Sea, providing easy access to Oman Sea, the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean. The port opens a direct linkage to South Asia, Central Asia, the Middle East and Afghanistan via rail, road, se...

by Ramtanu Maitra on 16 May 2022 1 Comment

India is no longer the inward-looking nation it became soon after its inception in 1947. For decades, India’s post-Independence development strategy was to foster a self-sustaining economy premised on a low rate of economic growth. Adopting that policy made the country both inward-looking and highly interventionist; New Delhi insisted on import protection, c...

by Pepe Escobar on 15 May 2022 1 Comment

Operation Z is the first salvo of a titanic struggle: three decades after the fall of the USSR, and 77 years after the end of WWII, after careful evaluation, the Kremlin is rearranging the geopolitical chessboard to end the unipolar hegemony of the “indispensable nation”. No wonder the Empire of Lies has gone completely berserk, obsessed in completely expell...

by Salman Rafi Sheikh on 14 May 2022 1 Comment

What was, until a year ago, a “brain dead” organisation according to the French President has suddenly found not only a working brain but also a conflict to revive itself. The Russia-Ukraine conflict, while originally pushed by the US/Western insistence on expanding NATO to include Ukraine to encircle Russia, has become a direct source of oxygen for the orga...

by Phil Butler on 13 May 2022 5 Comments

For those of you in tune, it must seem obvious that the liberal world order now has the power to change the number of hours in a day. Those of us who have sought to moderate the worldview of Russia, of Vladimir Putin even, are now only muffled annoyances for the “normal people” who get their brain set from CNN, BBC, ABC, or from their brainwashed friends...

by James M Dorsey on 12 May 2022 1 Comment

Israel’s rapidly deteriorating relations with Russia contain a message for other Middle Eastern powers: attempting to remain on the sidelines of the conflict in Ukraine risks falling in between the cracks. Like Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Turkey, Israel has sought to maintain good relations with the United States and Russia...

by Vladimir Platov on 11 May 2022 3 Comments

The arrest of Canadian general Trevor John Cadieu on May 1 by Russian troops while trying to escape from Azovstal in Mariupol can serve as a piece of evidence that official evidence of the “collective West” has unleashed a war against Russia in Ukraine. Seven months ago, he was considered a prime candidate for the position of the Canadian Army...

by Thierry Meyssan on 10 May 2022 1 Comment

In two months, the Russian special military operation against the Banderites has turned into a real war between the Russians and the Donbass People’s Republics on the one hand and the NATO-backed Ukrainians on the other. A Ukrainian victory would be a blow against Russia and a Russian victory would mark the death of NATO. Neither of the two protagonists can ...

by R Hariharan on 09 May 2022 0 Comment

The Rajapaksas – President Gotabaya and PM Mahinda – are fighting a losing battle to retain their hold on power, after public protests demanding their removal gathered momentum. During the first half of the month Sri Lanka went bankrupt, the government announced that it would temporarily default on $35.5 bn in foreign debt as the war in Ukraine aggravated th...

by Pepe Escobar on 08 May 2022 0 Comment

Under an ubiquitous, toxic atmosphere of cognitive dissonance drenched in Russophobia, it’s absolutely impossible to have a meaningful discussion on finer points of Russian history and culture across the NATO space – a phenomenon I’m experiencing back in Paris right now, fresh from a long stint in Istanbul. At best, in a semblance of civilized dialogue, Russ...

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