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Spy scandal for Trump

A New Russian Scandal For Donald Trump

Relations between Russia and the US have been hit by yet another spy scandal, and this one is rather unusual. The presence of agents is declared by the countries they are sent to rather than the countries that send them. However, the presence of a senior level mole who worked in Moscow is not being officially recognised by Washington.

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Bolton’s Exit Impacts US Foreign Policy

Bolton’s departure from the White House will enhance the flexibility of the US foreign policy. As Senator Rand Paul put it, “the threat of war worldwide goes down exponentially.” We may expect the White House to put more emphasis on diplomacy. The one country that will regret Trump’s decision for sure will be Israel. Bolton was Israel’s “Trojan horse” in the White House.

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Brexit, The EU And Democracy

Boris Johnson’s policy is in perfect continuity with British history. If we refer to the writings of the British Prime Minister and not to his campaign remarks, it is much more guided by the danger felt at the birth of a continental supranational state than by a desire for economic independence.

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Trade Wars Are Fool’s Game

According to the great military thinker, Maj. Gen. J.F.C. Fuller, ‘the object of war is not victory. It is to achieve political goals.’ Too bad President Donald Trump does not read books. He has started economic wars against China, Russia, Iran, Cuba and Venezuela without any clear strategic objective beyond […]

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The Collapse Of The INF Treaty: The US Spreads Disinformation And Raises The Threat

The development of new dual-use intermediate-range ballistic and cruise missiles was the only reason for America’s withdrawal from a treaty that the country’s previous leaders referred to as ‘a cornerstone of global security’. Washington’s disinformation campaign continues, along with its false statements that Russia ‘violated’ the INF Treaty.

Macron delivered a major diplomatic speech

Macron’s Carolingian Renaissance Of The G7

The G7 summit had a few takeaways that may make the world a better place. First of all, thanks to the brilliant stewardship of the summit by Macron, the G7 demonstrated a degree of unity and “positive spirit” that was lacking in the last year’s event in Canada when President Donald Trump left for home suddenly and refused to sign the final agreement.

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The Guide To Real History

The sad reality appears to be that politics and ideologies are nothing more than bullcrap created to polarize opinions and divide the population, no matter a country is run by democrats, communists, fascists, Nazis, dictators, socialists, green parties, a king or even plumbers, as long as the government maintains the plutocracy that controls the economy through their money creation monopole.