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The Cheering Section for World War III
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The Cheering Section for World War III
December 2, 2020

Perhaps the endless war will just change its name, until it ends the world. Its cheering section will never let up, Eric Zuesse writes.

Confrontation Versus Trade
November 24, 2020

Biden is likely to continue the policy of hostility. Forget trade: the name of the game is Confrontation.

Confrontation Versus Trade
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New York Times Job Listing Shows How Western Propaganda Operates
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New York Times Job Listing Shows How Western Propaganda Operates
November 21, 2020

People who are only just beginning to research what’s wrong with the world often hold an assumption that mainstream news reporters are just knowingly propagandizing people all the time.

VIDEO: Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus from Brink of Disaster
November 14, 2020

Russia just ended a bloody war on its former territory by diplomacy.

VIDEO: Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus from Brink of Disaster
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Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus From Brink of Disaster
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Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus From Brink of Disaster
November 13, 2020

Russia’s standing as a peace broker in Syria and its trusted diplomatic power was no doubt key to averting the brink of disaster in the Caucasus.

The Huckster and the Hack: UK Govt Report Undermines Stars of Cambridge Analytica – Russiagate Scandal
November 5, 2020

Self-styled whistleblower Christopher Wylie and The Guardian reporter Carole Cadwalladr earned film deals and flashy awards by blaming Brexit and Trump on a sweeping conspiracy between data firm Cambridge Analytica and Russia. A British government investigation shatters their claims to fame.

The Huckster and the Hack: UK Govt Report Undermines Stars of Cambridge Analytica – Russiagate Scandal
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Goodbye: Has Russia Had Enough Insults?
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Goodbye: Has Russia Had Enough Insults?
November 4, 2020

If Moscow has had its fill of three decades of insults, offences and calumnies and wants to make a point, cutting relations with the EU structure would be the place to start: easy and cheap.

Weaponising Human Rights: Can the Magnitsky Act Deny Due Process?
October 31, 2020

The Australian parliament seems about to approve a ‘human rights’ law that would establish the ability to exert arbitrary state power over individuals in other countries who have been accused of human rights violations. Ironically, this law gives the accused no day in court, and no chance to see charges or evidence, confront accusers, present a defence or have a ruling made by an authority other than the prosecution.

Weaponising Human Rights: Can the Magnitsky Act Deny Due Process?
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