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The Limits of Number One
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The Limits of Number One
January 27, 2023

The world is a mess, but Washington is determined to fix it. The secretary of state flies around the globe issuing instructions to friends and foes alike. When foreign officials refuse to listen, Uncle Sam dons his mailed fist.

Tanks and Tragedy
January 27, 2023

Amid the vacuum of creditable reporting by the mainstream media, Michael Brenner offers a briefing on the background of the neocon-inspired war in Ukraine and his view on the present strategic situation.

Tanks and Tragedy
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‘Chinese Aggression’ Sure Looks an Awful Lot Like U.S. Aggression
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‘Chinese Aggression’ Sure Looks an Awful Lot Like U.S. Aggression
January 26, 2023

Punchbowl News reports that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is planning a trip to Taiwan, which will be yet another incendiary provocation against Beijing if it occurs. The previous House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, sparked a significant escalation in hostilities with her visit last year, the consequences of which are still reverberating today.

The Nightmare of NATO Equipment Being Sent to Ukraine
January 26, 2023

The West’s recent approval of more military assistance for Kiev risks nuclear nightmare, fails Ukrainian expectations and rebukes the World War II history enshrined in a prominent Soviet war memorial in Berlin.

The Nightmare of NATO Equipment Being Sent to Ukraine
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Hardly Anyone Is Thinking Logically About the Risk of Nuclear War
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Hardly Anyone Is Thinking Logically About the Risk of Nuclear War
January 25, 2023

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has moved its symbolic Doomsday Clock to ninety seconds to midnight, the closest it has ever been set since its founding after the second world war. Chief among their reasons for doing so is the increasingly dangerous war in Ukraine.

Doltish Ways: Biden’s Documents Problem
January 25, 2023

Through the course of his political life, the current US president has often been injudicious. He has stumbled, bungled and miscalculated.  His electoral victory was fortuitous, aided by a number of factors, not least the conduct of his opponent and the murderous gift of a global pandemic.  Along with his fellow Democrats, he has made the issue of Donald Trump a matter of pathology rather than politics.

Doltish Ways: Biden’s Documents Problem
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How Britain Trains Jordan to Spy on Its Citizens
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How Britain Trains Jordan to Spy on Its Citizens
January 24, 2023

The British government covertly trained Jordanian security services in techniques known as “digital media exploitation” which has been used to monitor, manipulate, and disrupt dissent in the kingdom.

Iran’s Unrest Triggers Explosion of Fake News
January 24, 2023

Some of the most incendiary accusations made against Iran’s government by corporate media, celebrity influencers and Western leaders in the past months are little more than fabrications. And most remain uncorrected. By Setareh SADEQI and Christopher WEAVER Protests in Iran […]

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