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Is Ethiopia Next. The Strategy Session, Episode 40 with Matthew Ehret
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Is Ethiopia Next. The Strategy Session, Episode 40 with Matthew Ehret
December 17, 2021

Matt Ehret explains to Tim and Joaquin what’s going on with the Biden gambit to destabilize Ethiopia. This is an in depth analysis of this situation.

Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister: We’re Resisting a ‘Pandemic of Neo-Colonialism’
November 28, 2021

The Grayzone’s Ben Norton sat down for an interview with Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister Denis Moncada to discuss the country’s decision to leave the OAS, attempts to build an international alliance against US unilateralism, and what an anti-imperialist foreign policy looks like.

Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister: We’re Resisting a ‘Pandemic of Neo-Colonialism’
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Debunking Anti-Chinese Psy Ops: Opium, Synthetic Cults and the Haunting of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom
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Debunking Anti-Chinese Psy Ops: Opium, Synthetic Cults and the Haunting of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom
October 16, 2021

Whether we are looking at religious sects masquerading as Christian or Muslim fronts, or Asian scientology-esque Falun Gong cults Xi Jinping has some messy problems to deal with both within China and abroad.

Why Banning Financing for Fossil Fuel Projects in Africa Isn’t a Climate Solution
October 15, 2021

Equitable and effective climate negotiations will require nuanced policy considerations that balance the priorities of alleviating energy poverty with urgent climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Why Banning Financing for Fossil Fuel Projects in Africa Isn’t a Climate Solution
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Shame on Denmark
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Shame on Denmark
August 13, 2021

The African Union and the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) condemn the state of Denmark and its Social Democrat government for xenophobia.

Haitians Reject Calls For U.S. Military Intervention
July 30, 2021

U.S. media has called for a U.S. military intervention in Haiti following the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse. MintPress News spoke to Haitians to ask them what they think about a possible fourth U.S. military invasion of Haiti since 1915.

Haitians Reject Calls For U.S. Military Intervention
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U.S. Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean
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U.S. Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean
July 23, 2021

Having annihilated the island’s native people, the Europeans brought in African men and women who had been captured and enslaved. What unites the West Indian islands is not language and culture, but the wretchedness of slavery, rooted in an oppressive plantation economy.

The Spirit of Carabobo Versus the Threats of Monroe
June 25, 2021

Bolívar, now the head of the Republic of Gran Colombia (today’s Colombia and Venezuela), would not rest. He got on his horse and rode south towards Quito, where Spain’s forces remained and would eventually be defeated on May 24, 1822, at the battle of Pichincha.

The Spirit of Carabobo Versus the Threats of Monroe
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