The Genocide of a Land — Paul Craig Roberts

In our days of darkness, spreading ignorance, and absence of serious debate in public forums, we can take hope from the fact that some scholars still produce serious and informative books on the most critical issues of our time. If in the future policymakers again seek the guidance of truth, they will have the information […]
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Hellish End Soon: Record High Likelihood Both Nuclear and Burnout

Both of the feasible hellish outcomes – nuclear war, and escalating burnout of the biosphere (from climate-heat plus associated ocean-acidification) – are now at record-high likelihoods. Either alone can end civilization as we know it, but unfortunately both of them are at historic peaks and heading toward a surprisingly-soon hellish end of civilization, either way. […]
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Provoking Nuclear War by Media – John Pilger

The exoneration of a man accused of the worst of crimes, genocide, made no headlines. Neither the BBC nor CNN covered it. The Guardian allowed a brief commentary. Such a rare official admission was buried or suppressed, understandably. It would explain too much about how the rulers of the world rule. The International Criminal Tribunal […]
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Russian Military Deployment out of Iran Airforce Base Ends Abruptly

The Russian deployment to Shahid Nojeh base in Hamadan in Iran has ended shortly after it began.  The Russians have confirmed that all the Russian aircraft that were briefly stationed at the base have returned to Russia. Officially the reason is that the mission the aircraft undertook is over. Unofficially the international media has seized on some words of […]
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New Global Security Model for Multipolar World

China has appeared on the world stage as a “Global Power” with military might and the world’s fastest growing economy. The Chinese leadership has not only curtailed the US’ dirty game to prevent China from becoming world power, but they also proven that China has the potential to repair, through development, the damage dealt by […]
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Italy, Germany and France Meet on an Aircraft Carrier – George Friedman

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi met Aug. 22 on the Italian aircraft carrier Giuseppe Garibaldi. The announced purpose was to discuss European policy after Brexit. The real discussion was about Italy’s economy and the steps needed to revive it after a long period of stagnation, which […]
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Exactly 500 Years Ago, This Battle Changed the Middle East Forever

Five centuries ago, the contours of the modern Middle East were shaped through a series of Ottoman battles. The outcomes of these battles—which shaped the region’s politics, demographics and religious movements—were much more important in the long run than modern phenomena such as the Sykes-Picot Pact. This month marks the five hundredth anniversary of one […]
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Welcome to the Age of Strategic Triage

“The history of great powers is rife with examples of states that tried to do it all, everywhere, and frittered away their dominance by failing to retain a balance between resources and obligations.” The next U.S. president will have to face the harsh reality of a war-weary public, contentious domestic politics, uneven economic growth, and […]
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Multipolar World Order – Dmitry Orlov

It’s a sincere pleasure to welcome back author philanthropist adventurer Dmitry Orlov. For our second interview I thought it might be interesting if I blitz mailed a few hundred subscribers and offer them an opportunity to submit questions, questions originating from all corners of the globe. This was our first attempt fielding viewer questions for […]
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Putin Greenlights Economic Nationalists Who Oppose Current Liberal Globalist Policies

After more than two years of worsening economic growth and an economy struggling with 10.5% central bank interest rates that make new credit to spur growth virtually impossible, Russian President Vladimir Putin has finally broken an internal factional standoff. On July 25 he mandated that an economic group called the Stolypin Club prepare their proposals […]
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