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All the Pitiful Pitfalls of the Pseudo Plan by Macron-Scholz Circus for Serbia
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All the Pitiful Pitfalls of the Pseudo Plan by Macron-Scholz Circus for Serbia
February 5, 2023

The scenario offered with the Macron-Scholz cocktail for Serbia looks rather bleak and grim, which would cost us dearly historically, politically, geopolitically and economically.

Will U.S. ‘Interests’ Become Sacrificed on Altar of New Indo-Pacific Strategy?
February 4, 2023

The Anglo-American foreign policy hawks imagine that the world is yearning to be liberated from Beijing’s nefarious agenda to end poverty

Will U.S. ‘Interests’ Become Sacrificed on Altar of New Indo-Pacific Strategy?
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Washington’s Reich Syndrome… War Plans Accumulate Beyond Russia to China
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Washington’s Reich Syndrome… War Plans Accumulate Beyond Russia to China
February 3, 2023

This year is promising to be a most consequential watershed in world history.

Is Japan Willing to Cut Its Own Throat in Sacrifice to the U.S. Pivot to Asia?
February 3, 2023

Japan’s economy does not require a prophet or crystal ball to tell you what lies ahead in its very near future: that is, that Japan has become the ticking time bomb for the world economy.

Is Japan Willing to Cut Its Own Throat in Sacrifice to the U.S. Pivot to Asia?
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