The U.S. political establishment and its European lackeys are the embodiment of a drunken madman driving a busload of people on a cliff edge.
NATO’s expansion policy created – and is responsible for – the conflict. Russia created – and is responsible for – the war. There exists no violence which is not rooted in underlying conflicts. Conflict and peace literate people, therefore, talk about both.
Canada could play the role of intermediary and diplomatic bridge both for the benefit of its own citizens and the wellbeing of the world as a whole, Matt Ehret writes.
The U.S. is preparing for war in the Arctic, and the “boiling point” might not be far away, Brian Cloughley writes.