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Who is Right in Syria?

By Lawrence DAVIDSON (USA)

30. November 2015

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Who is Right in Syria?

Here is the situation in Syria as I see it: Russia is taking a long-range view and wants stability in post-ISIS Syria. France and the United States are taking the short-range view and really have no achievable plans for Syria’s future stability. Turkey appears to have given little thought to Syria’s future. Ankara may be […]

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France: A la Guerre Comme a la Guerre!

By Dmitry SEDOV (Russia)

16. November 2015

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France: A la Guerre Comme a la Guerre!

A human tragedy has taken place. On November 14, terrorists killed over 100 people in Paris. More than 200 were injured. But even now the leadership of France has no courage to face the reality. President François Hollande keeps on harping on the same string expressing their readiness to fight for European values and ideals […]

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13/11 Paris Massacre: A Qui Profite Le Crime?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

14. November 2015

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13/11 Paris Massacre: A Qui Profite Le Crime?

  Yesterday night things changed in an instant in Paris. The available evidence suggest that the assaults were carried out by a professional killer group who used live bombs among other weapons. Today’s post by Pepe Escobar on his Facebook page sheds some light on symbolism and timimg of the massacre: Scouring a ton of […]

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France: seeking old mandate in Syria

By Sarkis TSATURYAN (Russia)

4. October 2015

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France: seeking old mandate in Syria

Russia’s decision to use its Air Force in Syria was a necessary step that is essential in order to maintain the balance of power in the Eastern Mediterranean. There is no alternative: Russia’s geopolitical interests dictate to block the Islamic State and other terrorist groups’ advance to the Mediterranean coast. This is not about messianism, […]

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Episode 17. Britain – Adolf Hitler’s star-crossed love (I)

By Nikolay STARIKOV (Russia)

6. June 2015

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Episode 17. Britain – Adolf Hitler’s star-crossed love (I)

Nothing must be done between England and Germany which would in any way violate the prestige of Great Britain. Adolf Hitler[1] When Hitler realized that his original idea, the creation of a powerful Reich of all Germans allied to Britain, could not be realized, he tried to build and secure this Reich with his own […]

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Episode 16. Who signed death sentence for France in 1940? (I)

By Nikolay STARIKOV (Russia)

23. May 2015

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Episode 16. Who signed death sentence for France in 1940? (I)

This is something you ought to know: each time we must choose between Europe and the open sea, we shall always choose the open sea. Winston Churchill[1] A reverse on the Continent had been enough to make Great Britain desire to absorb herself in her own defence. Charles de Gaulle[2] On Oct. 6, 1939, two […]

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Marine Le Pen: «We Have Never Been Wrong»

By Elena PUSTOVOITOVA (Russia)

26. November 2011

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Marine Le Pen: «We Have Never Been Wrong»

It is hard to tell which of the two emotions – national pride or indignation over obvious injustice – fuels the revival of the Europeans’ unique national spirit. This year the process which the European political class is desperately trying to impede manifested itself in a pattern-setting array of political developments. In Finland, the True […]

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Episode 7. Britain and France Planned to Assault Soviet Union in 1940

By Alexander TRUBITSYN (Russia)

11. May 2011

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Episode 7. Britain and France Planned to Assault Soviet Union in 1940

On March 23, 1940, a twin-engine civilian Lockheed-12A, registration code G-AGAR, took off from an airfield in the London suburb of Heston. British pilot Haig McLane was at the controls. The aircraft set course for Malta; then after an intermediate stop in Cairo, it flew on to the British military base in Baghdad. From there, […]

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