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Hypocrisy reigns supreme in the West

The European Union has hypocritically extended sanctions on Russia and the Russian autonomous Republic of Crimea in support of the politically- and economically-failed state of Ukraine. At the same time, the EU has threatened the sovereignty of Greece for failing to adhere to confiscatory and usurious financial policies set by the banking gnomes of Frankfurt and London, the same bankers that are propping up a corrupt government in Kiev. Nothing spells hypocrisy more than what is taking place in Europe at the direction of the «Eurocrats» of Brussels, their military centurions in NATO, and their overall puppet masters in Washington...

Wayne MADSEN | 22.06.2015


 

West Changes Policy Towards Russia

The West has taken practical steps to punish Russia for its independent foreign policy with corresponding changes to be inserted into its strategy. The research works of London-based Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, normally reflect the general trends in evolution of thinking in Anglo-Saxon world and beyond. Two former ambassadors to Russia - Sir Roderic Lyne and Sir Andrew Wood - cooperate with the Institute as associate fellows...

Dmitry MININ | 17.06.2015


 

G7: Currencies to Protect, Countries to Bomb

The members of the G7 just ended their 41st summit. The leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and US gathered in a great Bavarian palace, the Schloss Elmau. It was a fitting location for the masters of the universe.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 14.06.2015


 

It’s Time to Kill the Feel-Good Myth of Sanctions

 the Group of Seven conference over the weekend, U.S. President Barack Obama scored a victory in shoring up the G-7’s fragile consensus for continuing sanctions to punish Russia for its shenanigans in Ukraine. The agreement, which stipulates that the sanctions will continues until Moscow decides to respect Ukraine’s autonomy and the terms of a cease-fire accord are fully enacted, offers a temporary shot-in-the-arm for a policy approach that looks increasingly infirm. For though the impulse to isolate countries economically and diplomatically in order to punish errant deeds and impel better behavior — it has become a cornerstone of U.S. policy on Russia, Syria, Iran, North Korea, and elsewhere — is nothing new, it has taken on added importance in this era of hesitancy toward foreign military intervention. As the fraught G-7 deliberations over extending sanctions on Russia shows, isolation now goes against the grain of a globalized world; it’s hard to implement effectively and even harder to sustain over time. If it is to remain a useful diplomatic tool, policymakers need to adapt to its increasing limitations.  

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 13.06.2015


 

G-7 has its own designs on South China Sea

The G-7 leaders issued a communique at the close of their summit at Adolf Hitler’s favorite Bavarian retreat of Garmisch-Partenkirchen that vilified China for its claims to islands in the energy-rich South China Sea. The G-7 leaders stated, «We strongly oppose the use of intimidation, coercion or force, as well as any unilateral actions that seek to change the status quo, such as large-scale land reclamation.» What the G-7 leaders failed to mention is that four members of the elite group, the United States, Britain, France, and Japan, have used proxies like the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Taiwan and the former Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) to fortify island possessions in the South China Sea. The G-7 statement was yet another display of the gross hypocrisy of the group as previously evidenced by their sanctions against Russia, Syria, Iran, and other countries...

Wayne MADSEN | 13.06.2015


 

American dreaming, from G1 to Bilderberg

What’s the connection between the G7 summit in Germany, President Putin’s visit to Italy, the Bilderberg club meeting in Austria, and the TTIP – the US-EU free trade deal – negotiations in Washington?

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 12.06.2015


 

G7 In Pursuit of Certain Goals

The 41st G7 summit was held in Schloss Elmau, Krün, Bavaria, Germany on June 7–8. It ended without producing any important results just as hospitable Chancellor Angela Merkel had predicted before. Much ado ‘bout nothing? Actually, there was a lot of ado raised. German newspapers emphasized how important it was to demonstrate the unity of Western democracies holding the meeting without Russia. Did they manage to do it? Who did they sent the message to? Russian President Putin? Did the G7 leaders and the EU leadership really believe that they could punish Putin? If an invitation had been sent, would he have accepted it under the circumstances? Was it kind of an attempt to call him on the carpet? A fancy so ridiculous! They have no leg to stand on lecturing Putin as the last year’s G20 summit proved. He left Australia before time as soon as the agenda had been practically exhausted...

Natalia MEDEN | 09.06.2015


 

US Warmongering: Will Germans Again Claim ‘They Didn’t Know’?

Amid knee-slapping and beer-drinking, Germans greeted US President Obama with rapturous ap-plause as he opened the G7 summit in Bavaria at the weekend...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 08.06.2015


 

A meeting on the Elbe River, but without Russia: the G7 Finance Ministers’ meeting

The Group of Seven (G7) Finance Ministers’ meeting is to take place in Dresden (Saxony) in Germany on 27-29 May. It will be the Group of Seven’s last major event before the G7’s final full-scale summit at Schloss Elmau in the Bavarian Alps on 7-8 June 2015. The Group of Seven is made up of Germany, the US, Canada, Japan, France, Great Britain and Italy...

Valentin KATASONOV | 28.05.2015


 

What Common People of New EU Associate Members Have a Right to Know

On June 27 Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova signed association agreements with the EU. The move was presented as a decisive turn for democracy and human rights. But some issues related to the decision had been purposefully kept under the radar screen. Media assured the grassroots were not adequately provided information about some crucially important aspects of the step to be taken by their respective governments that have chosen the so-called European choice. So one day the people of those states may wake up to find themselves facing raw awakening they have never expected. True, the economic transition period from associated status to membership is not going to be a bed of roses. And there is a specific feature here - if there is any social discontent you’d better conceal it and keep mum... or else!...

Andrei AKULOV | 30.06.2014




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South China Sea and Geopolitics of Islands

On 22 July, the Chinese press reported that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army is carrying out ten days of manoeuvres in the waters off the eastern island of Hainan in the South China Sea. China’s Maritime Safety Administration has stated that during the exercises, «no vessel is allowed to enter the designated maritime areas»...

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