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Turning a Cold War Tactic back on the West: Headquartering «Captive Nations» in Moscow

During the Cold War, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency concocted a scheme by which so-called «Captive Nations», so-called «satellite» nations of eastern and central Europe and countries lacking United Nations membership, such as Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, were treated as subjugated nation-states by the West... With the ouster of the democratically-elected government of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych by forces representing neo-Nazi, World Bank, and reactionary Ukrainian nationalist forces, the Russian government is in a position to grant «Captive Nation» status to not only a Ukrainian government-in-exile (GIE) but also to any other progressive government overthrown by street mobs and neo-fascists... The world is at a crossroads. It can follow the West into austerity, bankruptcy, and subjugation as a «captive planet». Or it can stand with the Ukrainian government-in-exile, Russia, China, Venezuela, Thailand, and other progressive countries against the rise of neo-fascism and tyranny...

Wayne MADSEN | 02.03.2014


 

Giants Face off atop the «Roof of the World»

...U.S. Special Forces, along with those of Britain, Israel, and France, are increasingly seen at the Indian Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School in Vairengte in Mizoram in eastern India. The CIA is reportedly recruiting agents from among thousands of ethnic Nepali Hindu Lhotshampa refugees originally forced from southern Bhutan to refugee camps in Nepal and subsequently resettled in the United States. These refugee agents are able to integrate themselves into the ethnic stew of the Himalayas and report intelligence to the large CIA station at the U.S. embassy in Kathmandu. And young American men with military-style haircuts have been seen with their American families on the streets of Gangtok, the Sikkimese capital, which is a short drive from the heavily-garrisoned Nathu-La pass...

Wayne MADSEN | 27.05.2013


 

Tibet: stumbling block in U.S. - China relations

Tensions between Washington and Beijing are becoming the main intrigue of the global politics, going far beyond the Asia-Pacific region... Some experts believe that American diplomats have been applying in China the same 'tools' they had once used in the Soviet Union - selective cooperation and persistent deterrence... Ethnic conflicts tend to be heated up in China each time there is a lack of understanding between Washington and Beijing... major differences still have to do with Tibet...

Andrey ARESHEV | 26.08.2011




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