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U.S. versus China, and U.S. versus Russia
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U.S. versus China, and U.S. versus Russia
October 17, 2020

Whereas the U.S. requires other Governments to follow its instructions, and considers their own instructions to be moral demands, Russia and China and their allies reject — on principle — any country’s dictating to another.

Army May Have Hosted Largest Gathering During Pandemic
April 30, 2020

The Pentagon “failed to adequately respond” to the COVID-19 pandemic, charged ten Democratic lawmakers in a letter sent to the Pentagon Monday. The lawmakers say “lack of clear guidance” from Defense Secretary Mark Esper has put service members at risk because there has not been a clear coronavirus policy across the Defense Department.

Army May Have Hosted Largest Gathering During Pandemic
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The Project for a New American Century and the Age of Bioweapons: 20 Years of Psychological Terror
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The Project for a New American Century and the Age of Bioweapons: 20 Years of Psychological Terror
April 8, 2020

There are very clearly two diametrically opposing methods of analyzing, and solving the existential crisis threatening our world currently: Multipolar or Unipolar.

Why the U.S. Is Losing Its War Against Huawei
February 18, 2020

Humiliated by the United Kingdom’s refusal to exclude Huawei from its 5G broadband network, the Trump Administration has doubled down on its attempts to stop China, with poor prospects for success.

Why the U.S. Is Losing Its War Against Huawei
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Why Indian-Turkish Embrace of Russia’s S-400 Is So Important for Global Affairs
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Why Indian-Turkish Embrace of Russia’s S-400 Is So Important for Global Affairs
June 26, 2019

India and Turkey’s recent embrace of Russia’s advanced S-400 defense system represents a major turning point in the international battle now underway between two opposing paradigms of global affairs.

Trump Threatening the World’s Most Eco-Sensitive Habitats
June 24, 2019

The ecologically-sensitive Galapagos Islands, home to many species not found anywhere else in the world and made famous by scientist Charles Darwin in his seminal work on evolution, “On the Origin of Species,” will soon be the location of yet another US military base.

Trump Threatening the World’s Most Eco-Sensitive Habitats
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Report: Prepare for the Climatic Collapse of Civilization
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Report: Prepare for the Climatic Collapse of Civilization
June 13, 2019

The authors of the Australian report believe that mid-21st century is the “point of no return” for Earth’s climate. However, other scientists believe that we have already reached that point.

The Pentagon’s Missing Trillions: What You Need to Know
June 3, 2019

Dr. Mark Skidmore of Michigan State University joins James Corbett to discuss his research with Catherine Austin Fitts into the $21 trillion in unaccounted transactions on the books of the US Department of Defence and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The Pentagon’s Missing Trillions: What You Need to Know
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