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Smashing Greater Central Asia (II)

By Peter CHAMBERLIN (USA)

16. October 2011

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Smashing Greater Central Asia (II)

Part I In the grand scheme of things, as conceived inside Washington, D.C., the world is a three-dimensional chess board, much like the ones seen on Star Trek, or more accurately, like the modern game called “Risk.” For those unfamiliar with this popular cult board game, it is literally a game of world conquest, fought […]

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On Empire’s “Sons of a Bitch” and Their Fate

By Nil NIKANDROV (Russia)

15. August 2011

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On Empire’s “Sons of a Bitch” and Their Fate

Franklin Delano Roosevelt once said either about the Nicaraguan dictator Somoza (Senior), or about the Dominican tyrant Trujillo: “He may be a son of a bitch, but he’s our son of a bitch”. It has become a usual strategy for the US to place a stake on this category of associates in international affairs… The […]

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Washington’s Silk Road Pipe Dream

By Peter CHAMBERLIN (USA)

3. August 2011

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Washington’s Silk Road Pipe Dream

If arrogance and over-confidence had any real power or actual value, then Hillary Clinton could envision and create a New World Order all by herself (SEE:  Washington’s Silk Road Dream).  Democrat interventionists like Mrs. Clinton and her neutered husband like to daydream of ideal circumstances, way beyond the realm of human possibility and then do […]

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Swiss Banking Insider Reveals Secrets of Bilderbergers

29. June 2011

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Swiss Banking Insider Reveals Secrets of Bilderbergers

  ORIENTAL REVIEW republishes a thrilling interview with an anonymous Swiss banker taken in Mosсow on May 30, 2011, few days before the annual meeting of the Bilderberg club in Switzerland…   Q: Can you tell us something about your involvement in the Swiss banking business? A: I have worked for Swiss banks for many […]

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Wall Street’s Role in Narco-Trafficking

By Mike WHITNEY (USA)

19. June 2011

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Wall Street’s Role in Narco-Trafficking

Imagine what your reaction would be if the Mexican government agreed to pay Barack Obama $1.4 billion to deploy US troops and armored vehicles to New York, Los Angeles and Chicago to conduct military operations, set up check points, and engage in fire-fights that end up killing 35,000 US civilians on the streets of American […]

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The Drug Wars in Central America: No Mercy!

By Nil NIKANDROV (Russia)

26. May 2011

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The Drug Wars in Central America: No Mercy!

Mexico’s drug war, which official statistics say has claimed 34,000 lives in the past several years, still is not widely covered in the media. Journalists have been focusing more on Central America, where drug cartels are involved in a struggle for channels they used to smuggle cocaine, heroin and other drugs to the United States. […]

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The Opium Problem in Afghanistan and Russia at the End of the 20th Century

28. June 2010

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The Opium Problem in Afghanistan and Russia at the End of the 20th Century

Nikita Mendkovich (Russia) Najibullah’s Kabul regime fell in 1992. Its defeat was a logical outcome of the termination of Russia’s material and technical support as US funding of the mujahedeen continued virtually unchanged even after Soviet forces withdrew. Unfortunately a new regime could not bring stability to the country: the commanders of the anti-Soviet troops […]

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The Afghan Drug Threat As It Is

20. June 2010

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The Afghan Drug Threat As It Is

Alexander BARENTSEV (Russia) On 9-10 June Moscow hosted the forum ‘Afghan Drug Production-a Challenge to the International Community’. The event brought together participants from over 40 countries, including delegates from the UN, SCO, CSTO, NATO. Among the high-ranking participants there were Mr. Antonio Costa, Executive Director of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC); […]

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Narco Atlantic Treaty Organization (II)

4. June 2010

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Narco Atlantic Treaty Organization (II)

Konstantin PENZEV (Russia) Part 1 Now let’s take a look at some aspects of the current global financial crisis. The reader may find this surprising, but some economists argue that the crisis must have begun not in 2008 or 2009, but much earlier–in 2001. The following may explain why they came to that conclusion. After […]

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Narco Atlantic Treaty Organization (I)

3. June 2010

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Narco Atlantic Treaty Organization (I)

Konstantin PENZEV (Russia) Not long ago, I was talking with a very smart friend who knows a lot about Russian history. As usual, the conversation turned to politics. It turned out that my friend has some pretty liberal opinions, but some of the ideas he expressed told me that he watches television anyway. “No matter […]

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The Histrionics of US Drug-Controlled Policy

30. May 2010

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The Histrionics of US Drug-Controlled Policy

Evgeny KHRUSCHEV (Russia) From plight to blight The US has launched a surreptitious germ warfare against the hard-working drug-farmers – or so claimed the narco-jihadist propaganda when a “mysterious” blight had suddenly struck the “good” part of the opium poppy fields on the eve of the harvest. A shot in the foot It doesn’t matter […]

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Christopher Coke Against the US, or the Global Elite and Narcotics

29. May 2010

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Christopher Coke Against the US, or the Global Elite and Narcotics

Andrei KONUROV (Russia) The police operation in the Kingston slums which would be more adequately described as a battle that lefts dozens of people dead or injured highlighted the problem of drug trafficking. The Jamaican government’s decision to extradite to the US renown drug lord Christopher Coke provoked an unexpectedly active reaction of his supporters […]

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