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JCPOA: A Catalogue of Moving Goalposts
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JCPOA: A Catalogue of Moving Goalposts
August 2, 2021

Perhaps Iran will take a sojourn in the East, for a while, until America takes leave of the Middle East, Alastair Crooke writes.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 27
July 31, 2021

In Ukraine, it appears easier to be an anti-Russian advocate than a pro-Russian voice. At play is a fear factor aspect having to do with violence and the threat of legal action, Michael Averko writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss his article.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 27
Strategic Dialogue Amid Tensions… But Who Created Those Tensions?
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Strategic Dialogue Amid Tensions… But Who Created Those Tensions?
July 30, 2021

It is the Americans who need to stop their relentless and systematic aggravation of tensions.

Cybercrime & Cambodia… Two Fronts of U.S. Hybrid Warfare on China
July 22, 2021

Washington’s overarching motive and objective are to try to stymie China’s global economic growth and its strategic partnerships, Finian Cunningham writes.

Cybercrime & Cambodia… Two Fronts of U.S. Hybrid Warfare on China
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Biden-Xi Summit Coming Into View
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Biden-Xi Summit Coming Into View
July 18, 2021

On Taiwan, Campbell flatly ruled out any hollowing out of the “one-China policy.” He said forcefully that while the US supports “a strong unofficial relationship” with Taiwan, there is no question of encouraging Taiwan’s independence. He admitted that it can be a delicate dangerous balance but felt it must be maintained.

Can Russia Dialogue With Schizoid Uncle Sam?
July 7, 2021

The duplicity in Washington is a nefarious policy and not just simply an incompetent lack of communication within the Biden administration.

Can Russia Dialogue With Schizoid Uncle Sam?
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Blinken’s Mass Deception
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Blinken’s Mass Deception
June 29, 2021

No US “stabilization” efforts exist in Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere in the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa. The US and its imperial partners provide no “humanitarian aid” or other “assistance” to victims of US aggression.

Biden Winds Down Tensions in Positive Putin Meeting
June 18, 2021

Biden said there is a “genuine prospect to significantly improve relations between our two countries”. Putin said there was a “glimmer of hope” for better relations.

Biden Winds Down Tensions in Positive Putin Meeting
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