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Washington’s Nightmare Comes True: The Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership Goes Global (II)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

22. August 2014

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Washington’s Nightmare Comes True: The Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership Goes Global (II)

Part I PART II: Geopolitical Application It is now time to segue into the geopolitical applications of the RCSP. This section will begin with Northeast Asia and then proceed counterclockwise into exploring the dual approaches towards Central Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. It will then move on to Europe before looking at the Mideast/North […]

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Northwoods and MH-17: False Flags Fly alongside «Old Glory»

By Wayne MADSEN (USA)

24. July 2014

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Northwoods and MH-17: False Flags Fly alongside «Old Glory»

Americans are fond of revering their flag, dubbed «Old Glory». However, most Americans have never heard of other «flags» common in their history, «false flags» intended to whip up public fervor and plunge the United States into a continuous cycle of warfare. The use of commercial passenger planes as false flag targets of opportunity for […]

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The West’s Non-Linear Warfare and the Right for the Rest to Resist

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

19. May 2014

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The West’s Non-Linear Warfare and the Right for the Rest to Resist

Nearly two weeks ago, Peter Pomerantsev, writing for Foreign Affairs, published an article about “How Putin Is Reinventing Warfare”. He alleges that Russia is engaging in “non-linear warfare”, strong alluding that this poses a threat to the West. If one can read between the lines of his biased and subjective approach, he is in actuality […]

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Six Cold-War-era coup d’états that the Euromaidan leaders should know about

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

5. March 2014

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Six Cold-War-era coup d’états that the Euromaidan leaders should know about

“They shall no more prevail than we give way to.”  William Shakespeare, Henry VIII  “King Henry the Eighth, to six wives he was wedded. One died, one survived, two divorced, two beheaded.”  English mnemonic device  From the early 1950s until 2000 the United States supported a number of quasi-fascist regimes in the so-called “Third World.”  […]

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U.S. Role in Global Drug Trafficking

By Konstantin PENZEV (Russia)

9. December 2013

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U.S. Role in Global Drug Trafficking

ORIENTAL REVIEW publishes a briefing of the series of articles by Konstantin Penzev recently posted by the New Eastern Outlook (here, here and here). He carefully reviews the sources of the global narco-culture tracking back to the clandestine experiments done in the military laboratories of the United States as early as in 1950s, the narco-dimension […]

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Snowden and the World’s No-fly Zones

By Hannes HOFBAUER (Austria)

17. July 2013

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Snowden and the World’s No-fly Zones

It took three weeks, till a high-ranked official of the United Nations, the commissary of human rights, Navi Pillay, made a commentary on the flight of Edward Snowden and his long-term seeking for asylum. She noticed publically that systematic violation of international law and human rights, how it was and persistently still is done by […]

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Assad talks, Russia walks

By Pepe ESCOBAR (Brasil)

21. May 2013

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Assad talks, Russia walks

So Bashar al-Assad has spoken – exclusively, to Argentine daily El Clarin (there’s a huge Syrian diaspora in Argentina, as well as in neighboring Brazil). Full transcript of his interview in available on SANA agency web-site -OR. Cutting through the fog of Western hysteria, he made some valuable points. The record shows that, yes, the […]

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Globalist Blitzkrieg Signals Largest Geopolitical Reordering Since WW2

By Toni CARTALUCCI

16. May 2013

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Globalist Blitzkrieg Signals Largest Geopolitical Reordering Since WW2

Beginning in North Africa, now unfolding in the Middle East and Iran, and soon to spread to Eastern Europe and Asia, the globalist fueled color revolutions are attempting to profoundly transform entire regions of the planet in one sweeping move. It is an ambitious gambit, perhaps even one born of desperation, with the globalists’ depravity […]

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China and BRICS: Upgrading Global Agenda

By Alexander SALITZKI (Russia)

3. April 2013

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China and BRICS: Upgrading Global Agenda

A few weeks have passed since the Chinese fifth generation leaders came to power. The first impression is really strong. Newly elect Chairman Xi Jinping has visited Moscow and has taken part in the Durbin top level BRICS event; he has received US Secretary of Treasure and Henry Kissinger in Beijing. The issues in focus, […]

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BRICS: New Geopolitical Model and Russia’s Foreign Policy Priority

By Alexander MEZYAEV (Russia)

1. April 2013

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BRICS: New Geopolitical Model and Russia’s Foreign Policy Priority

Another annual BRICS summit wrapped up on March 27 in South Africa. A cycle of top level events taking place by turns in the member states capitals is over. This time it was of special importance for Russia. In early February Russian President Vladimir Putin approved the new Foreign Policy Concept, which states that BRICS […]

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The Return of Empires (VI)

By Dmitry MININ (Russia)

17. March 2013

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The Return of Empires (VI)

Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Modern-day empires in the West The rebirth of the imperial spirit in the West is moving along two sometimes converging, but in recent times increasingly diverging, lines. Looking at Europe’s relations with its neighbours, one can see that the European Union initially pursued an imperial […]

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BRICS Take a Step Away From Dollar

By War & Peace Portal

16. March 2013

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BRICS Take a Step Away From Dollar

An invisible plot is being hatched on the geo-political front. The BRICS countries plan to establish their own development bank to give loans for infrastructure projects, bypassing the middleman in the form of the U.S. dollar. If we consider that the BRIC countries account for 14.6% of the world’s GDP, the event is far from […]

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