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What Monroe Doctrine?
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What Monroe Doctrine?
April 4, 2019

The United States has always been the aggressor in the Western Hemisphere, Philip Giraldi writes.

‘America First’: A Stronger Monroe Doctrine
March 7, 2019

We can establish a close correlation between Washington’s actions since 1989 and the political roller-coaster experienced in South America in the ensuing thirty years.

‘America First’: A Stronger Monroe Doctrine
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Final Steps of the Multipolar Revolution: Containing the US in Europe
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Final Steps of the Multipolar Revolution: Containing the US in Europe
February 26, 2019

The combined diplomatic, military and economic actions of Russia and China in Europe are decidedly more limited and effective in Europe compared to other parts of the world like the Middle East and Asia.

Trump Administration Planning Pinochet-type Coup in Venezuela
February 5, 2018

Tillerson has shown the ugly face of the Trump administration to Latin America. It not only wants to deport millions of undocumented Latin American residents of the United States, but it wants to change governments not to Trump’s pleasing throughout Latin America.

Trump Administration Planning Pinochet-type Coup in Venezuela
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Trump Doctrine: Zero Tolerance to Enemies and International Law
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Trump Doctrine: Zero Tolerance to Enemies and International Law
April 11, 2017

Donald Trump’s order to blast Syria with a barrage of Tomahawk missiles which resulted in the massacre of civilians, including children, was not only a criminal act of aggression. It seems to be aimed at defining a Trump Doctrine for his presidency. That doctrine could be labelled thus: shoot first and don’t dare ask any questions.