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U.S. Weighs Into Mediterranean Tensions With Weapons and Hypocrisy
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U.S. Weighs Into Mediterranean Tensions With Weapons and Hypocrisy
September 18, 2020

Twice in the past week, the United States has clumsily weighed into mounting tensions in the East Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey.

Dr. Strangelove’s Spoon Benders: How the U.S. Military Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
September 14, 2020

That somehow “it might be possible to fight, and win, a battle with nuclear weapons, without the exchange leading to an all-out-world-ending conflict,” and if not…we may all die for a lunatic’s dream in the process.

Dr. Strangelove’s Spoon Benders: How the U.S. Military Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
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Maintaining Pretence Over Reality: ‘Simply Put, the Iranians Outfoxed the U.S. Defence Systems’
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Maintaining Pretence Over Reality: ‘Simply Put, the Iranians Outfoxed the U.S. Defence Systems’
September 14, 2020

So it never was then a ‘peace agreement’ between Israel and the UAE. It was ‘normalisation’ for mounting a military alliance against Iran.

Trump’s Toxic Lies on ‘China Virus’ Collapse
September 11, 2020

The president admits himself that he knew how deadly the viral disease was but instead deliberately “played it down”.

Trump’s Toxic Lies on ‘China Virus’ Collapse
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The South China Sea: What’s Really at Issue
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The South China Sea: What’s Really at Issue
September 9, 2020

The U.S. and its allies are today’s imperialistic fascists, and the U.N. can do nothing against them, Eric Zuesse writes.

What Exactly Connects the White House, Jerusalem, Belgrade and Pristina?
September 9, 2020

What do a Serb and a Kosovo Albanian say to each other now when parting? Next year in Jerusalem!

What Exactly Connects the White House, Jerusalem, Belgrade and Pristina?
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Four More Years Would Be Welcomed by the Pentagon
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Four More Years Would Be Welcomed by the Pentagon
September 8, 2020

As with most international affairs, for the Pentagon it’s probably better to stick with the devil you know rather than get used to a new (if old) one.

CIA’s Addiction to Afghanistan War
August 29, 2020

It is America’s longest overseas war and shows no clear sign of ending despite a shaky peace deal underway between the Trump administration and Taliban militants.

CIA’s Addiction to Afghanistan War
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