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US Axis of Aggression in Gulf
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US Axis of Aggression in Gulf
August 15, 2019

European and Asian nations would be advised to back the Russian initiative in order to maintain peace in the Gulf. By contrast, Washington’s plans are a reckless and reprehensible provocation for war.

Britain’s Betrayal: Siding with Trump Against Iran and the JCPOA
July 14, 2019

The US/UK special relationship is longstanding. Throughout the post-WW II era, both nations have been imperial partners, the US calling the shots, Britain saluting and obeying.

Britain’s Betrayal: Siding with Trump Against Iran and the JCPOA
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Britain’s New Aircraft Carriers: The Pride of Airstrip One
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Britain’s New Aircraft Carriers: The Pride of Airstrip One
February 9, 2019

The British Empire is dead. It is time for Airstrip One to wake up and recognize its real place in a very different world.

Britain Prepares for War Against Russia
August 26, 2018

Britain would be a much better place if it acknowledged that there is no threat whatever from Russia and that the billions being wasted on weapons would be better directed at improving the country’s infrastructure and social development.

Britain Prepares for War Against Russia
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Russia’s Dreadful Threat to Britain
Russia’s Dreadful Threat to Britain
February 5, 2018

Given his history of intolerance, coldness and insensitivity Williamson is hardly the sort of defence minister to engender support and respect from the armed forces, but that factor would not even enter his mind.

Goodbye Royal Marines
October 25, 2017

Over the course of the summer there was great fanfare and much to do from the British Secretary of State, Sir Michael Fallon MP, regarding the 'completion' of two new British aircraft carriers called HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales…

Goodbye Royal Marines
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Exercise Sea Shield-2017: NATO Provokes Russia in Black Sea Before Defense Ministers’ Meeting
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Exercise Sea Shield-2017: NATO Provokes Russia in Black Sea Before Defense Ministers’ Meeting
February 10, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered snap drills to be held by the Aerospace Forces and other branches to evaluate its preparedness against potential aggression. The exercise started on February 7…

Ocean Waves and Breakdowns
December 13, 2016

Some interesting things have been happening in the oceans recently, with movements of naval vessels for various purposes around the world. In October, for example, Russia deployed eight ships to the Mediterranean to support Syria in its fight against Islamic jihadist rebels, an action condemned by the governments and media of some countries in the US-NATO military alliance…

Ocean Waves and Breakdowns
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