One wonders when the penny will drop and the American people will rise up and say “enough is enough,” Philip Giraldi writes.
The inexorable imperial rot will go on, a tawdry affair carrying no dramatic, aesthetic pathos worthy of a Gotterdammerung.
Russia has, in just one week, upped the military ante to such a degree that long-term peace in this part of the world is a very tempting thought.
It’s about time there was objective assessment of where Russia intends to move on the world stage. There’s no point in continuing confrontation.
Washington’s overarching motive and objective are to try to stymie China’s global economic growth and its strategic partnerships, Finian Cunningham writes.
Given the lack of any deep thinking going on in the White House, Americans could easily find themselves in yet another Afghanistan.
In Ukraine, it appears easier to be an anti-Russian advocate than a pro-Russian voice. At play is a fear factor aspect having to do with violence and the threat of legal action.
In the Balkans truth generally lacks a transcendent or ontological dimension, it tends to be purely tribal.