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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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Three Betrayals And One Pact

It is safe to say that the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact was a standard treaty in the style of Realpolitik prevalent in every state at that time. Every single one of Germany’s future opponents feared war, they all tried to come up with ways to avoid it, even at the expense of others, they were prepared to betray their closest allies, as has been shown.

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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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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.

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Russian Diplomacy In The Middle East

The political changes which have been transforming the Middle East for the last two months are not the result of the destruction of any of the protagonists, but the evolution of the Iranian, Turkish and Emirati points of view. Where the military might of the United States has failed, the subtlety of Russian diplomacy has succeeded.