Tag: Nuclear arms

US vs Russia and China

U.S. Game-Plan To Conquer Russia & China Is Clarified

On 27 September 2021, the brilliant geostrategic analyst Brian Berletic headlined “US War Plans with China Taking Shape”. He linked to and analyzed the then-latest draft of the U.S. Government’s detailed plans to conquer China. (The plan had been drawn-up in 2016, but sounds like today.) The objective of these […]

Minuteman III

We’ve Now Reached The Precipice Of WW III

On Friday, April 1st, an extremely deceptive news-report from Britain’s Reuters news agency headlined innocuously “Exclusive: U.S. cancels ICBM test due to Russia nuclear tensions”, but a more honest and attention-grabbing headline would have been “We’ve now reached the precipice of WW III.” Here is why: Their report stated that: […]

Why Does the Western World Need Ukraine? (II)

Part I Sneaking up on the West First, using the map of nuclear arsenals that Ukraine inherited from the Soviet Union, Leonid Kuchma managed to secure the signing of the Budapest memorandum. The trick was masterfully performed: by giving up onerous and unnecessary nuclear weapons, which Kiev would not have […]

Iran’s negotiator

Iran Unbound. What It Means

The negotiations in Vienna over the revival of the Iran nuclear deal, known as JCPOA, are almost certainly close to an agreement. The surest sign is that crude oil futures were sharply lower in mid-morning Asian trade Feb. 17 despite bearish developments due to the rising tensions on the Ukraine-Russia […]

S-400 radar

Russia Will Intervene In Ukraine

The US-Russia talks in Geneva in the last two successive weeks could not produce a breakthrough. Fundamentally, there is a contradiction that cannot be resolved easily. Russia sees in existential terms the NATO’s advance into its immediate western neighbourhood. But for Washington, it’s geopolitics, stupid! Russia cannot tolerate any longer […]

Nuclear Submarines

Lies, Lies And Nuclear Submarines

It looked like something of an ambush, but a coterie of Australian journalists had their man where they wanted him.  Between sessions at the G20 Summit in Rome, and French President Emmanuel Macron found himself blunter than usual.  The sundering of the relationship between Australia and France over the new […]