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Unlikability: a Trait That Plagues Right-Wing Leaders
World
Unlikability: a Trait That Plagues Right-Wing Leaders
July 12, 2020

Achieving popularity requires empathy and rationality, elements that politicians of the right-wing, many of whom believe they are “populists,” lack.

Russia’s Political Stability Ensured While the West Sinks
July 5, 2020

Despite what American and European commentators may think, there really is a deep desire among people to vote for their own sovereignty.

Russia’s Political Stability Ensured While the West Sinks
Society
75th Anniversary of the Passing of Franklin Roosevelt
75th Anniversary of the Passing of Franklin Roosevelt
April 14, 2020

FDR is a polarizing figure even today in American politics. What exactly did the longest serving U.S. President really stand for?

How James Madison Lay the Ground for American Paranoia
March 3, 2020

Why is it that Americans are so quick to blame their problems on others instead of themselves? Rather than analyzing their society in a calm and sensible way, why do they continually go in search of mysterious foreign cabals?

How James Madison Lay the Ground for American Paranoia
World
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End of the Line: Understanding Israeli Politics
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End of the Line: Understanding Israeli Politics
December 3, 2019

Whenever Hamas or Islamic Jihad fires off a rocket in Israel’s direction, they’re doing what Israeli leaders could never accomplish on their own, which is to bind together an otherwise fractious Jewish state.

The Real Reason Why the West Is Upset Over the Syria-Turkey Debacle
October 26, 2019

Why is the Western press so concerned over the lives of the Kurdish people, when they have never cared about the murder and terror going on against the Syrian people, the Libyan people and the Iraqi people that has led to an enormous refugee crisis?

The Real Reason Why the West Is Upset Over the Syria-Turkey Debacle
Security
No World for Statesmen
History
No World for Statesmen
October 23, 2019

Future historians will undoubtedly call the present time in global political affairs an era where there was a scarcity of statesmen, Wayne Madsen writes.

Truth Is a Kremlin Talking Point
October 18, 2019

These are not conspiracy theories. These are not even secrets. These are facts. But because they are inconvenient facts, they get labeled “Kremlin talking points” by those whose job it is to defend the status quo.

Truth Is a Kremlin Talking Point
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