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Meritocratic Britain or Apartheid Britain?

The famous English author-philosopher George Orwell once wrote that England was the most class ridden country on the planet: «It is a land of snobbery and privilege, ruled largely by the old and the silly». Yet by 1989, the Conservative Prime Minister and arch meritocratic, Mrs Margaret Thatcher was boasting to the House of Commons that 10 years of Tory rule had replaced «the old, class based Labour order» giving way to a new Britain based on «merit, ability and effort»...

Matthew JAMISON | 04.09.2015


 

U.S. Has Now Retrospectively Joined Fascist Side in WW II

At a commemorative celebration in Beijing on Thursday September 3rd, marking the 70th Anniversary of China’s freedom from the aggressor Japan ending World War II in China, the United States conspicuously avoided siding with its former WW II ally China, which had been one of the pro-democracy Allies during that war, and instead retrospectively switched sides, to the former fascist Axis powers, Japan itself, and also Germany...

Eric ZUESSE | 04.09.2015


 

Russia and South Africa to Forge Strategic Alliance

Russia and South Africa enjoy an extraordinary relationship that goes deep down in history. Some of its moments resemble a heroic saga or a breathtaking detective story...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 03.09.2015


 

Cultural Imperialism and Perception Management: How Hollywood Hides US War Crimes

There is an unspoken, yet very clear, bond between Hollywood and the US government that overtly supports US foreign policy. The movie industry in Hollywood has been active in hiding US war crimes and sanitizing the US military campaigns in NATO-garrisoned Afghanistan, Anglo-American occupied Iraq, and elsewhere in the world. Moreover, the dominance of Hollywood as a tool of cultural imperialism in Europe and the rest of the world make Hollywood films an excellent tool for getting Washington’s ideas out internationally and sedating global audiences with misleading narratives...

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 03.09.2015


 

Formula for Austerity and War

The formula for international hedge fund multi-billionaire George Soros and his ilk is a familiar one. Nation-states see their economies bled dry through usurious interest rates required to pay off international debts crafted by the global banker class. Indebted nations are then forced to sell off public assets and renege on social safety net promises...

Wayne MADSEN | 02.09.2015


 

Western Misperception: China and Russia Threat to International Stability

Over the last few months we’ve heard several voices accusing Russia-China duo of possible Anti-Western sentiment. In fact this non-ideological and non-invasive relationship of the two close neighbours faces complexities of its own. Above all, this union has to try its best to refrain from appearing as an antagonist of western powers, EU in particular, and to show that it has a potential for making contribution to the Eurasia’s stability from the eastern side while promoting a necessary multipolarism...

Augusto SOTO | 02.09.2015


 

Dangerous Сold Wars in Cyberspace

On 22 July 2015, the UN Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security published its third report, which in many ways can be referred to as groundbreaking...

Boris KAZANTSEV | 01.09.2015


 

New Burden on Germany’s Shoulders

Based on public opinion surveys, the immigrant and refugee flows is the hottest topic on peoples’ minds that eclipse other issues leaving behind even the acute Eurozone crisis. It’s only logical...

Natalia MEDEN | 01.09.2015


 

US Packs Military Punch Deploying First Strike Aircraft Near Russia’s Borders (foreign policy savvies call for dialogue)

In June at the Paris Air Show, US air force chief Deborah James first publicly floated the idea of deploying the F-22 (the Raptor), America's most sophisticated fighter plane to Europe to counter Moscow's actions in the Ukraine...

Andrei AKULOV | 31.08.2015


 

Biden or No Biden: Mrs Clinton Is Dominant for 2016

There has been a swirl of DC speculation lately that Joseph Biden – the 72 year old Vice-President of the United States – will enter the 2016 Democratic Party Presidential race, challenging front-runner Mrs Hillary Clinton for the party's Presidential Nomination...

Matthew JAMISON | 31.08.2015


 

European Police ‘Scarier Than ISIS Terrorists’

In what is being described as the worse refugee crisis in Europe since the Second World War, tens of thousands of desperate migrants are streaming across EU borders. They have risked their lives to get there, only to be then attacked by EU «border police», or else targeted by racist street mobs. Welcome to Europe!..

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 31.08.2015




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European Commission: Taming of Obstinate

The policy of anti-Russian economic sanctions adopted by the European Commission and the US administration includes putting pressure on smaller European countries outside of the EU that did not initially support actions against Russia. It is these countries that are suffering the most from the EU/US sanctions and Russia’s counter-sanctions...

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