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Bolton’s Firing Opens a New Potential for a Russia-China-USA Alliance
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Bolton’s Firing Opens a New Potential for a Russia-China-USA Alliance
September 17, 2019

With President Trump’s long overdue firing of John Bolton on September 10th, a window into the battle between neocon zombies infesting the White House and Donald Trump was made visible once more.

Bolton Out, but Will Anything Change?
September 16, 2019

Bolton is only one out of half a dozen very problematic neoconservative/evangelical voices in Trump’s cabinet, though the most obviously insane, Tom Luongo writes.

Bolton Out, but Will Anything Change?
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Media Break Down: Why Bolton and Why Now?
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Media Break Down: Why Bolton and Why Now?
September 15, 2019

If Trump is able to fire “one of the boys” from the Washington consensus then he must have already worked out enough deals to do things at least partially the way he wants to do them, Tim Kirby writes.

In Chile, Dictatorship-Era Legacy of Impunity Is Still Endorsed by Governments
September 13, 2019

If governments in Chile continue to uphold the dictatorship pacts of silence, Chile’s memory will, with time, remain tethered to narrations which do not make it beyond diluted versions of history.

In Chile, Dictatorship-Era Legacy of Impunity Is Still Endorsed by Governments
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Trump the Russian Puppet. A Story That Just Will Not Die
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Trump the Russian Puppet. A Story That Just Will Not Die
September 12, 2019

Certainly, there are many things that President Trump can rightly be criticized for, but it is interesting to note how the media and chattering classes continue to be in the grip of the irrational “Trump derangement syndrome (TDS).”

‘Keep friends close, enemies closer’: Why Donald Trump works with bloodthirsty Neocons
September 11, 2019

In an effort to understand Trump and his balancing act between a government loaded with hawks, and a geopolitical chess game rigged to dynamite, there are at least three dynamics at play – ‘3D chess’ if you like.

‘Keep friends close, enemies closer’: Why Donald Trump works with bloodthirsty Neocons
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The Fall of John Bolton: Exercising Power with the Grace of a Cockroach
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The Fall of John Bolton: Exercising Power with the Grace of a Cockroach
September 11, 2019

John Bolton was only national security adviser of the US for less than 18 months but it felt as if he had been there forever. And we are not – alas – done with him yet.

BRICS Needs a Unified Front Against US Intervention in Venezuela
September 7, 2019

The international community is dominated by discourse that promotes foreign intervention according to the undemocratic agendas of the so-called democratic countries.

BRICS Needs a Unified Front Against US Intervention in Venezuela
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