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NATO Is Stuck in Its Old Ways
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NATO Is Stuck in Its Old Ways
October 21, 2021

It would hardly be surprising if the eight Russians NATO expelled were indeed gathering intelligence, but we cannot know for sure. The most likely scenario is that everyone at NATO, Russian or not, is working as some kind of intelligence operative for his respective country.

Russia Tells NATO to Shove Abusive Relationship
October 21, 2021

Russia is right to end the illusion of dialogue and partnership when the reality is the other party is cynically offering to shake hands while trying to piss down your leg.

Russia Tells NATO to Shove Abusive Relationship
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U.S. Wants to Cooperate With Russia on Cybersecurity Issues but Building Trust Takes Time
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U.S. Wants to Cooperate With Russia on Cybersecurity Issues but Building Trust Takes Time
October 21, 2021

Media reports revealed that US President Joe Biden proposed the resumption of interdepartmental contacts in the cybersphere in the first half of 2022 after a number of large American energy and industrial companies were attacked by ransomware viruses. US authorities claim that the origins of the attacks were from Russia-based hacker groups like Evil Corp., TrickBot and REvil.

Washington Wants to Conquer by Dividing
October 19, 2021

Biden and his hawks should pause to think where they’re trying to take the world, and consider an approach that could lead to compromise.

Washington Wants to Conquer by Dividing
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Biden’s China Policy Is Dangerous
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Biden’s China Policy Is Dangerous
October 18, 2021

Joe Biden’s China policy is unnecessarily adversarial. It is impractical and dangerous. It plays out as if U.S. foreign policy is run by WWII reenactors.

The U.S. ‘Longer Telegram’ Is Hostile Interventionism in China, Posing as Competition
October 18, 2021

Incumbents of the White House come and go, but U.S. security objectives do not alter course so readily, Alastair Crooke writes.

The U.S. ‘Longer Telegram’ Is Hostile Interventionism in China, Posing as Competition
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Washington or Moscow: Decision-Time for Erdogan in Northern Syria
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Washington or Moscow: Decision-Time for Erdogan in Northern Syria
October 17, 2021

Continued US support for Kurdish militants is taking its toll on US-Turkish relations. Turkey’s President Erdogan may finally have to choose between an American or Russian direction for his country.

VIDEO: Biden’s UNGA Speech Does Not Absolve the U.S. of Violence
September 29, 2021

In order to lead the world, Biden’s America cannot rely on empty hypocritical statements.

VIDEO: Biden’s UNGA Speech Does Not Absolve the U.S. of Violence
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