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Seventy years of harassing political establishment and people of Europe

4. February 2016

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Seventy years of harassing political establishment and people of Europe

According to a “sensational” article by the Telegraph, the US director of National Intelligence was recently instructed by Congress to “conduct a major review into Russian clandestine funding of European parties over the last decade.” This disclosure – a classic “controlled leak” – is intended to warn disobedient yet popular political entities across Europe to […]

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9. February 2016

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East Africa’s Problems Might Spoil Its Silk Road Dreams

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

East Africa’s Problems Might Spoil Its Silk Road Dreams

Whether it’s Al Shabaab, Burundi, or Zanzibar, a handful of regional issues are lining up to undermine East Africa’s stability and offset the most ambitious series of integrational projects in the continent’s history. The five-nation East African Community (EAC) of Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and Tanzania plans to transition into a formal federation sometime in […]

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8. February 2016

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Propaganda In the Eyes of the Beholder

By Michael AVERKO (USA)

Propaganda In the Eyes of the Beholder

Promoted at Johnson’s Russia List, Paul Goble’s piece of this past January 20 «US Appears to Have Accepted Donbas Model Not Only for Ukraine but for Other Conflicts, Russian Analyst Says», refers to Russia Today contributor and Russian Academy of Sciences researcher Pyotr Iskenderov as a Kremlin propagandist. This characterization is pretty rich given Goble’s penchant for […]

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3. February 2016

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Euromaidan unmasked: Europe shocked by the bitter truth on Ukraine

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

Euromaidan unmasked: Europe shocked by the bitter truth on Ukraine

The hard-hitting documentary by Paul Moreira “Ukraine, les masques de la révolution” [Ukraine: Masks of the Revolution], released on Monday night by Canal+, created a turmoil both in Ukraine and France well before the premiere. On Sunday the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported in Facebook that their Ambassador in France had sent an outraged letter to […]

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28. January 2016

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Macedonian media: ‘We will not accept a puppet leader’

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Macedonian media: ‘We will not accept a puppet leader’

ORIENTAL REVIEW publishes exclusive original English source of the interview given by the American political observer Andrew Korybko to Macedonian NetPress agency. He reveals the most likely scenario to be implemented by the US to  destabilize the Balkan state of Macedonia and bring their puppet, Zoran Zaev, to power in Skopje. According to Korybko, these […]

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18. January 2016

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Who is hunting Angela Merkel?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

Who is hunting Angela Merkel?

Last September we published an outline of the analysis produced by the Russian investigator Vladimir Shalak on the hidden aspects of the Twitter-based campaign to lure the Middle Eastern refugees into Germany. Having studied 19000 refugee-related original tweets Shalak claimed that the great exodus to continental Europe was artificially arranged by non-European actors. The latest […]

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16. December 2015

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Obama’s Syria Gambit: Insanity, or Doubling-Down?

By Stephen EBERT (USA)

Obama’s Syria Gambit: Insanity, or Doubling-Down?

I am often able to “diagnose” insanity by applying the simple adage: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.” In Syria, in spite of a continuous series of defeats in spreading the “American way of life” (another way of saying global hegemony), and the associated worsening of […]

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15. December 2015

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What ISIS really has in mind

By Eric MARGOLIS (USA)

What ISIS really has in mind

Recent attacks by ISIS sympathizers in Paris, London and San Bernardino, California, are not random acts of mindless violence and gory atrocities. Far from it, they are part of a well-developed strategy by the Islamic State, or ISIS, to draw the western powers into a far larger war in the Mideast. They are being aided […]

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14. December 2015

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ASEAN And The New Cold War Battle For Eurasia’s Economic Future (II)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

ASEAN And The New Cold War Battle For Eurasia’s Economic Future (II)

(Please read Part I prior to this article) The TPP Strikes Back The greatest threat to the multipolar world’s economic relations with ASEAN comes directly from the TPP. The US is pushing this exclusionary trade arrangement in order to obstruct the existing trade partnerships that non-allied countries (Russia and China) plan on enhancing with each […]

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14. December 2015

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ASEAN And The New Cold War Battle For Eurasia’s Economic Future (I)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

ASEAN And The New Cold War Battle For Eurasia’s Economic Future (I)

The Global Economic Crossroads ASEAN’s solid growth in the past few decades has made it an enviable partner for many, and the economic bloc has entered into several high-profile free trade agreements (FTAs) in the past couple of years. As of the end of 2015, it has bilateral FTAs with Australia and New Zealand, China, […]

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11. December 2015

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Snagging the Pipelines Cobweb: a checkmate for the US?

By Marco NOCERA (Italy)

Snagging the Pipelines Cobweb: a checkmate for the US?

The civil war in Syria, the attempts of ousting Bashar Al-Assad from Syrian Government and the consequent formation of new terrorist groups have deep roots and untold causes that have to be investigated, yet. What about their consequences in the near future? US is gambling credibility away in the Syrian conflict. As a matter of […]

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10. December 2015

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EU, Russia: doomed to partnership

By Adomas ABROMAITIS (Lithuania)

EU, Russia: doomed to partnership

Relations between the European Union and Russia are at a critical stage now. Though this is a permanent state for the past ten years. Ties between the EU and Russia have particularly deteriorated in the past several years. The economic sanctions against Moscow imposed in the summer of 2014, after then Ukraine’s Crimea voted in […]

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9. December 2015

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Grim Prospects of Nukes in Poland

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

Grim Prospects of Nukes in Poland

Last weekend, Polish Deputy Defense Minister Tomasz Szatkowski said that Poland is considering asking for access to nuclear weapons through a NATO program allowing non-nuclear states “to borrow” the warheads from the US. This is a reverberation from the intensified debates within allaince regarding the nuclear support of NATO’s operations. There are significant issues involving […]

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