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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.

Western Sanctions a Failure of Diplomacy – What Lies Beneath
October 30, 2020

Shame on the U.S. and Europe for ratcheting up tensions instead of working for peace. The history of aggression lies beneath.

Western Sanctions a Failure of Diplomacy – What Lies Beneath
Editorial
The U.S. Just Blackmailed Sudan
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The U.S. Just Blackmailed Sudan
October 28, 2020

The recent announcement that Washington would be lifting U.S. sanctions on Sudan in return for Sudan’s normalization with Israel is a case study of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.

How Exceptional America Is
September 30, 2020

American exceptionalism is real. It’s not the type of exceptionalism that the regime’s propaganda claims to be the case, but nonetheless it is real.

How Exceptional America Is
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Iran Has Been ‘Resanctioned’ but Do Sanctions Actually Work?
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Iran Has Been ‘Resanctioned’ but Do Sanctions Actually Work?
September 28, 2020

If America is in decline, then the threat of sanctions will cool off year-by-year. This justifies any moves made by the Russians and Chinese to provide more “Multipolarity” in terms of international institutions and infrastructure.

Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Three
September 12, 2020

The Trump Administration is saying “my way or the highway”. The Europeans are certainly big enough to set off on the highway by themselves.

Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Three
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U.S. Sanctions Russian Research Institute That Developed Covid-19 Vaccine
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U.S. Sanctions Russian Research Institute That Developed Covid-19 Vaccine
August 29, 2020

The US Commerce Department blacklisted a Russian research institute that helped create the world’s first Covid-19 vaccine.

The Modern U.S. War Machine Kills More Like a Python Than a Tiger
August 28, 2020

Forbes has published two back-to-back articles about the analysis of retired Navy captain and political scientist Bradford Dismukes titled “To Defeat China In War, Strangle Its Economy” and “If Russia Invades Europe, NATO Could Sweep The Seas Of Russian Merchant Ships”.

The Modern U.S. War Machine Kills More Like a Python Than a Tiger
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