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US Reprehensibly Inciting New Global Arms Race
Editorial
US Reprehensibly Inciting New Global Arms Race
August 23, 2019

Russia and China are right to condemn the testing this week of an INF-busting new missile by the US. Washington is brazenly jeopardizing global security under the usual cynical guise of “defense”.

Enough and Not Too Much
July 29, 2019

Russia is just Russia. There is no feeling in Moscow that Russia must take the lead any place but Russia itself. One of the reasons why Putin is always talking about the independence of nation states is that he remembers the exceptionalist past and knows that it led to a dead end.

Enough and Not Too Much
Security
US Foreign Policy Is a War on Disobedience
Editor's Сhoice
US Foreign Policy Is a War on Disobedience
July 8, 2019

It’s a machine with the same values as Napoleon or Hitler or Genghis Khan or any other imperialist conqueror from ages past; the only difference is that it pretends not to be the thing that it is.

What Comes After Trump – World War III?
June 11, 2019

Trump appears unwilling to go down in history as the president responsible for kicking off nuclear Armageddon. But the deep state in control of US politics would surely be able to place into office someone who would advance the final justification for a headlong confrontation with Moscow and Beijing.

What Comes After Trump – World War III?
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Trump Increases Budget for Banned Missiles
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Trump Increases Budget for Banned Missiles
May 30, 2019

The Trump administration has requested nearly $100 million in fiscal year 2020 to develop three new missile systems that would exceed the range limits of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, a pact the United States is preparing to exit in August.

Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative: Why China Will Prevail
May 7, 2019

The Chinese initiative aims to offer to all the countries involved equal opportunities for development based not on military and/or economic power but on a real capacity to improve the well-being of all parties involved.

Nuclear War vs. Belt and Road Initiative: Why China Will Prevail
World
As NATO Hawks Call for Anti-Russian Mobilization, Trump Responds With Call for Russia-China Friendship
Security
As NATO Hawks Call for Anti-Russian Mobilization, Trump Responds With Call for Russia-China Friendship
April 9, 2019

Contrary to the incompetent analysis that Russia’s motive to send military planes and personnel to Venezuela is purely based on an “anti-American power play” or “motivated by its twenty billion dollars of investment in Venezuela”, the truth goes much deeper.

One Step Closer to Nuclear Oblivion: US Sabotages the INF Treaty
February 6, 2019

The world is certainly more dangerous following Washington's decision, heading in a direction where there are less and less rules while there are more nuclear powers.

One Step Closer to Nuclear Oblivion: US Sabotages the INF Treaty
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