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The Constitutional Coup-Color Revolution Two-Step In Brazil

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

25. April 2016

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The Constitutional Coup-Color Revolution Two-Step In Brazil

Brazil is in the midst of a prolonged regime change operation, as documented step-by-step by Pepe Escobar in his articles for Sputnik, RT, and the Strategic Culture Foundation. The author’s intent isn’t to get into the situational specifics of each and every detail behind the US’ techniques, but to provide a general overview of the […]

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Seventy years of harassing political establishment and people of Europe

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

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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9/11 After 13 years

By Paul Craig ROBERTS (USA)

12. September 2014

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9/11 After 13 years

The tragedy of September 11, 2001, goes far beyond the deaths of those who died in the towers and the deaths of firefighters and first responders who succumbed to illnesses caused by inhalation of toxic dust. For thirteen years a new generation of Americans has been born into the 9/11 myth that has been used […]

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Obama issues threats to Russia and NATO

By Paul CRAIG ROBERTS (USA)

7. April 2014

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Obama issues threats to Russia and NATO

The Obama regime has issued simultaneous threats to the enemy it is making out of Russia and to its European NATO allies on which Washington is relying to support sanctions on Russia. This cannot end well. As even Americans living in a controlled media environment are aware, Europeans, South Americans, and Chinese are infuriated that […]

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What about apologizing to Ukraine, Mrs. Nuland?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

7. February 2014

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What about apologizing to Ukraine, Mrs. Nuland?

Yesterday’s leak of the flagrant telephone talk between the US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and the US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey R. Pyatt has already hit the international media headlines. In short, it turned out that the US officials were coordinating their actions on how to install a puppet government in Ukraine. They agreed […]

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Munich: Imposing Their Own Will on Eastern Europe

By Natalia MEDEN (Germany)

4. February 2014

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Munich: Imposing Their Own Will on Eastern Europe

The Munich security conference is a unique podium to address the problems of world politics. Once a year politicians, heads of international organizations, diplomats and security experts get together. No binding decisions are taken, the Munich conference of our days is very much different from what it was as far back in history as 1938, […]

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Future of Internet after the Snowden affair

By Boris KAZANTSEV (Russia)

18. November 2013

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Future of Internet after the Snowden affair

Edward Snowden’s recent revelations about American intelligence agencies’ wiretapping of European leaders, as well as their collection of the personal data of European citizens, will apparently have far-reaching implications which go far beyond a simple diplomatic scandal. This was demonstrated by the EU summit which was held October 24-25, 2013. A measure of the degree […]

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Revelations of Edward Snowden – Geopolitical Implications (II)

By Dmitry MININ (Russia)

29. October 2013

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Revelations of Edward Snowden – Geopolitical Implications (II)

Part 1 Third lesson. Being a US ally is not a guarantee of a country’s information sovereignty being respected. The cyberspace control is not an end in itself. The real objective is carrying out the traditional strategic mission of gaining geopolitical dominance over large spaces. It would be naïve to expect that the US cyber […]

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Revelations of Edward Snowden – Geopolitical Implications (I)

By Dmitry MININ (Russia)

28. October 2013

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Revelations of Edward Snowden – Geopolitical Implications (I)

As a rule the discussions related to what has been revealed by Edward Snowden about US global electronic surveillance boil down to violations of human rights and illegal interference into the private lives of millions in different parts of the world. If it were all about it, then the White House would not set so […]

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Russia, Syria and the Decline of American Hegemony

By Israel SHAMIR

9. October 2013

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Russia, Syria and the Decline of American Hegemony

First, the good news. American hegemony is over. The bully has been subdued. We cleared the Cape of Good Hope, symbolically speaking, in September 2013. With the Syrian crisis, the world has passed a key forking of modern history. It was touch and go, just as risky as the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. The […]

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BBC abandoning a pretence of journalism

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

4. October 2013

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BBC abandoning a pretence of journalism

British Broadcasting Corporation, a beacon of international journalism, has proposed us this week two exemplary masterpieces on how to discredit legitimate public queries on high-profile issues. Richard Galpin, a BBC World Affairs correspondent who warns on his Twitter that “views expressed are mine, not BBC’s” abused this brand by releasing an article “Mother Agnes: Syria’s […]

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Cyberspace and Future: Issue Coming to Fore

By Boris KAZANTSEV (Russia)

29. July 2013

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Cyberspace and Future: Issue Coming to Fore

The Snowden affair, as expected, is snowballing, gathering more and more new details and revelations. This has already led to several international scandals (including the egregious example of what happened with Bolivian President Evo Morales’ plane) and most likely will lead to more. However, this entire situation poses another, more global question: does current international […]

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