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The U.S. vs. Brazil: From Espionage to Destabilization

The espionage scandal which broke out after NSA employee Edward Snowden's disclosures and which has strained relations between Brazil and the United States is gaining momentum.  More and more new details are coming to light about routine electronic spying  by U.S. intelligence on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and those surrounding her, including relatives and the leadership of the foreign ministry, the ministry of defense, and intelligence agencies.Rousseff was especially indignant that the NSA and CIA tapped all her telephones in the presidential office and in her residence.  The just demands of the Brazilian president not to delay the explanation and to deliver them in written form are being ignored by the White House…

Nil NIKANDROV | 20.09.2013


 

The US’ All-Out Espionage Against Brazil. To what end?

Dilma Rousseff’s first state visit to the United States is due to take place on 23 October. Its preparation has been overshadowed by the revelations of Edward Snowden. These suggest that Brazil is the country in the Western Hemisphere where the intelligence work of America’s security services is being carried out most actively. According to the information leaked to the media, Americans are interested in everything – from the armed forces’ development strategy and the contents of their military-technical cooperation programmes with China, Russia and India to the personal lives of Brazil’s political and military leaders. Most of the focus is on collecting dirt on President Dilma Rousseff and her immediate circle...

Nil NIKANDROV | 15.08.2013


 

Obama’s Russia Policy after Canceling Moscow Summit

U.S. President Barack Obama signaled through his press secretary Jay Carney that he would be discussing the recent cancellation by the United States of Obama’s Moscow summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Obama’s press conference, meant to clear the air on U.S.-Russian relations and U.S. intelligence mass surveillance of private communications, left more questions than answers. Obama’s answers to press questions were all over the map, confusing, and at times, deceptive…

Wayne MADSEN | 11.08.2013


 

The War on Corruption or the Building of a Pax Americana? (II)

The scandal surrounding the revelations of Edward Snowden have made the question of why American intelligence was so active in Europe, more pointed. Without claiming to have a full answer, one can still assert that it is, in addition to everything else, in order to detect violations of American laws which are extraterritorial in nature. Information on such violations is needed by the ruling elite of the U.S. in order to establish effective economic and political control over Europe and the world…

Valentin KATASONOV | 10.08.2013


 

Glenn Greenwald Promises New Disclosures

 The scandal begun by the revelations of Edward Snowden is apparently still far from over. On August 6, The Guardian correspondent Glenn Greenwald reported that he has possession of another 15,000-20,000 documents which he received from Snowden in Hong Kong and which could tell a lot about "the espionage activities of the US government and allied governments" .

Irina LEBEDEVA | 09.08.2013


 

Obama Tantrum and US Global Terror Alert Belie Washington’s Inner Panic over Russia and Snowden

It is perhaps no coincidence that Washington’s temper tantrum towards Russia following its granting of asylum to Edward Snowden also comes with the US issuing a global terror alert. The closure of some 20 embassies and consular sites by Washington is, we are led to believe, due to “increased chatter” of “imminent terror attacks”. That dramatic move is based on vague, unspecified information that only Washington allegedly knows the secret details of. But it smacks of a propaganda stunt with two-fold hidden purposes: to give a semblance of legitimacy to the US criminal spying programs; and, secondly, to undermine the credibility of Edward Snowden and, by extension, Russia…

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 09.08.2013


 

U.S. Embassy a Center for Sabotage against Venezuela

Venezuelan Minister of Internal Affairs Miguel Rodriguez Torres spoke on national television on a conspiracy of the ultra-right in Miami (U.S.A.), Panama and Colombia whose goal is the physical liquidation of President Nicolas Maduro...The conspiracy against Venezuela is ripening under the "umbrella" of the NSA...A key figure in organizing activities at the U.S. embassy for destabilizing Venezuela is CIA staff member Kelly Keiderling-Franz.

Nil NIKANDROV | 07.08.2013


 

Snowden and the world’s no-fly zones

It took three weeks, till a high-ranked official of the United Nations, the commissary of human rights, Navi Pillay, made a commentary on the flight of Edward Snowden and his long-term seeking for asylum. She noticed publically that systematic violation of international law and human rights, how it was and persistently still is done by the USA in surveying and controlling most of the world’s communication, could not be accepted as a pretext to persecute the messenger of these crimes. The whistleblower Snowden should be protected, not prosecuted, she said...

Hannes HOFBAUER | 17.07.2013


 

The Pursuit of Edward Snowden

Latin America responded to the Morales plane incident by rallying to Snowden’s side. Offers of asylum came from Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Bolivia and Brazilian legislators called for Brazil to reverse its original denial of asylum and grant it to Snowden... Meanwhile, the Pussy Riot- and FEMEN-supporting U.S. to Moscow, Michael McFaul looked more and more foolish as he pressed Moscow to return Snowden to American soil. Instead, Snowden was permitted to meet human rights officials at Moscow’s airport... America was once again being treated as the renegade country it was during the Bush administration. The only difference was that Obama was putting more resources into capturing Snowden than Bush did in apprehending Bin Laden...

Wayne MADSEN | 13.07.2013


 

Edward Snowden Has Not Yet Had the Last Word

...What else could Snowden, who deliberately gathered information for future revelations before his flight from the NSA, have found out? Take, for instance, the suspicious illness and subsequent death of Hugo Chavez, about which much has been said and written. Could Snowden have used the opportunities he had while he was working at the NSA to learn the truth about the murder of the president of Venezuela? Maybe that is the explanation for the heightened nervousness in the upper circles of U.S. leadership? One gets the impression that Snowden's acts and movements concern Washington much more than, say, events in Egypt or in Syria. Well, we'll wait and wish Snowden a successful flight to the Western Hemisphere. He hasn't yet had the last word...

Nil NIKANDROV | 13.07.2013




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Washington’s Banking Sanctions – Formal and Informal

...Since 1 April 2009, American financial regulators have fined European banks 32 times totalling nearly $25 billion... On 30 June 2014, the French bank BNP Paribas, which ranks fourth in the world in terms of assets and second in France, agreed to pay US authorities a record $9-billion fine. The bank’s management is charged with helping its Sudanese, Iranian and Cuban clients carry out dollar transactions banned by the US sanctions regime. In the coming months, giants of European banking like the German Kommerzbank and Deutsche Bank, French Credit Agricole and Societe Generale, and Italian Unicredit, among others, could also be subject to penalties...

30.07.2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
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