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Russia Increases Its Defense, While U.S. Backs Down From Provoking WWIII
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Russia Increases Its Defense, While U.S. Backs Down From Provoking WWIII
April 20, 2021

The stooge-President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, appears to be trapped between what he has promised to do — which is for Ukraine to retake both Donbas and Crimea — and what will be within his power to do.

Why It’s Especially Necessary to End NATO Now
March 14, 2021

On February 1st of 2021, Ukraine’s President, Volodmyr Zelenskyy, made undeniably clear his intention to fulfill on Obama’s plan, for Ukraine to become a NATO member.

Why It’s Especially Necessary to End NATO Now
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Why Russia & Belarus Are Not Irrational to Fear Another ‘Operation Barbarossa’
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Why Russia & Belarus Are Not Irrational to Fear Another ‘Operation Barbarossa’
January 21, 2021

The U.S. government’s plan to conquer Russia is based upon a belief in, and the fundamental plan to establish, “Nuclear Primacy” against Russia — an American ability to win a nuclear war against, and so conquer, Russia, Eric Zuesse writes.

The Facts About Crimea Should Be Recognised. And So Should Crimea
April 14, 2020

All that the West needs to do is quietly accept the status of Crimea and remove anti-Russia sanctions without fanfare.

The Facts About Crimea Should Be Recognised. And So Should Crimea
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The Lies That Are Used for Denying the Legitimacy of Crimea’s Breakaway
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The Lies That Are Used for Denying the Legitimacy of Crimea’s Breakaway
December 23, 2019

Crimea’s breakaway from Ukraine and rejoining Russia, treated in the US-and-allied world as being justification for the explosive re-emergence in 2014 of America’s Cold War NATO alliance is the paramount geopolitical issue in our era.

Will the ECHR Determine That Russia Occupies Crimea? Ukraine’s Bungled Attempt Stands to Massively Backfire
September 30, 2019

Ukraine’s Human Rights case against Russia in the ECHR is nothing more than a thinly veiled referendum on Russia’s membership in the Council of Europe

Will the ECHR Determine That Russia Occupies Crimea? Ukraine’s Bungled Attempt Stands to Massively Backfire
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Crimea and Kashmir Viewed Through a Western Prism of Hypocrisy
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Crimea and Kashmir Viewed Through a Western Prism of Hypocrisy
September 17, 2019

It seems that Western governments are given to condemning referendums when they don’t suit their purpose and ignoring UN Resolutions to hold them when that action would be embarrassingly inconvenient for the country involved.

Britain, Human Rights, The Chagos Islands and Crimea
May 28, 2019

The politicians and mandarins in London consider the Chagos Islanders to be inconsequential pawns and will never allow them to have a vote about their future, as took place in Crimea. So much for Britain’s new-found desire to “defend human rights across the globe.”

Britain, Human Rights, The Chagos Islands and Crimea
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