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British Foreign Policy Seems Confused (Nothing New There)

Back in October I wrote an article in praise of the start of the Anglo-Sino «Golden Age». Finally some strategic direction and purpose in British foreign policy was apparent after years of stale inertia and uncreative thinking or worse the dangerous craziness of Tony Blair’s neoconservatism which led Britain into invading Iraq alongside the George W Bush administration, helping to create the nightmare scenario we see unfolding day by day in Iraq thirteen years on...

Matthew JAMISON | 09.02.2016


 

Why Washington Fears Britain Quitting EU

The countdown begins this week for the momentous question facing Britain: whether to exit the European Union – the so-called Brexit. While the issue seems to be primarily one for British national interests, lurking in the background is a crucial geopolitical concern for the United States. The outcome of the British referendum on Europe could severely undermine Washington’s global hegemonic ambitions and in particular its adversarial agenda towards Russia...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 08.02.2016


 

Western State Terrorists Slander Putin

Washington and London are all-out to demonize Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Only days after a British judge insinuated that Putin had ordered the murder of a former Russian intelligence agent, the BBC and the American Treasury Department were accusing the Russian president of financial corruption. Meanwhile, in the world of hard facts Washington and London are guilty of state terrorism involving the murder of millions of innocent people. We may marvel at the discrepancy. It’s called brainwashing...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 28.01.2016


 

Propaganda War against Russia

The surge of Western propaganda against Russia, and most notably against President Putin, has reached massive proportions. The waves are breaking against the rocks of Russian disregard, but venomous trickles continue to influence the citizens of western countries to hate Russia and its leader – which is precisely what they are intended to do...

Brian CLOUGHLEY | 27.01.2016


 

“Putin Did It” Concludes Secret Evidence in UK Inquiry

On the basis of secret evidence, a UK inquiry under orders from Washington decided that the death ten years ago of a low level spy was “probably” ordered by President Putin of Russia. There is no motive whatsoever for Putin to have been concerned with the dead spy, Litvinenko. He was of no consequence or threat to Russia.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 25.01.2016


 

West Creates Terrorism to “Look Superior”

Terrorism has many forms and many faces, but the most terrible of them is cold cruelty. We are asked to believe that terrorists consist of dirty lunatics, running around with bombs, machine guns and explosive belts. That’s how we are told to imagine them.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 24.01.2016


 

They Tell Us Nothing But Lies - Paul Craig Roberts

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 23.01.2016


 

Club of Chosen to Tackle Problem of Global Importance in Narrow Circle

US, French and other allies agreed they must step up the fight against Islamic State in coming months to vanquish the extremist group from its strongholds in Syria and Iraq. The defense ministers of Australia, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Britain – the seven countries most heavily involved in the US-led anti-Islamic State (IS) operation – met in Paris on Jan. 20 to review strategy as the militants spread their influence around the globe...

Alex GORKA | 21.01.2016


 

American and British Attitudes to Russia and Its President

The boastfulness of Britain’s media about having a citizen launched into space last month would be quite funny if it wasn’t so pathetically nationalistic. Unfortunately, the British ‘stiff upper lip’ of understatement and dignity has vanished, and in this instance of overexcited media vulgarity there were also spiteful gibes at Russia. The Daily Telegraph newspaper, once a publication of distinction but now a sad shadow of its former self, carried the headline that the British astronaut was preparing «for blast off to space amid fears over creaking 50 year-old Russian rocket capsule»...

Brian CLOUGHLEY | 20.01.2016


 

Imperial Arrogance: Tony, Qaddafi and Torture

That former British prime minister Tony Blair is a poster boy for corruption, mendacity, opportunism, and ruthless ambition is by now a received truth. The man who took Britain into the war in Iraq on the coattails of the Bush administration in 2003, did so imbued with a messianic desire to become a major international figure, basking in the embrace of a political establishment in Washington whose support and endorsement he valued more than that of the people in the UK who elected him and whose interests he was supposed to represent.

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Russia, Austria to Expand Gas Cooperation

Despite the European Commission’s stern warnings, Russia’s share of European energy market will grow in the coming years. According to Bloomberg’s experts, gas exports to Turkey and the EU have reached 162.6 billion cubic meters (5.7 trillion cubic feet) this year, up from about 159 billion in 2015 and 161.5 billion (then record high) in 2013...

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