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America’s War on Russia in Ukraine: A Background
America’s War on Russia in Ukraine: A Background
October 3, 2022

RAND Corporation’s 2019 report “Overextending and Unbalancing Russia” specified “cost-imposing options that the United States and its allies could pursue across economic, political, and military areas to stress Russia’s economy and armed forces and the regime’s political standing at home and abroad.” This infographic shows the measures that the report’s authors believe would bring the highest benefits.

The Spoils of War
September 25, 2022

In light of recent revelations the assumption that wartime plunder is only visited on “enemies” needs to be re-evaluated, Eamon McKinney writes.

The Spoils of War
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Why Is Germany Committing Suicide?
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Why Is Germany Committing Suicide?
September 22, 2022

Well, today (September 17, 2022) I contacted the two Swedish authors of Nya Dagbladet and asked them to provide me with the RAND document. Markus Andersson, one of the authors and chief editor, quickly replied and voila here is the “fake” RAND document:

Over Extending and Unbalancing Russia
June 1, 2022

Brookings, Rand, their employees, apologists and collaborators are very much a part of the Ukrainian, Yemeni, Syrian and related problems and they should answer in a war crimes’ court for it.

Over Extending and Unbalancing Russia
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Biden Confirms Why the U.S. Needed This War
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Biden Confirms Why the U.S. Needed This War
March 28, 2022

In a moment of candor, Joe Biden has revealed why the U.S. needed the Russian invasion and why it needs it to continue, writes Joe Lauria.

U.S. Foreign Policy Is a Cruel Sport
February 24, 2022

Bear baiting was long ago banned as inhumane. Yet today, a version is being practiced every day against whole nations on a gigantic international scale.

U.S. Foreign Policy Is a Cruel Sport
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In Search of Monsters to Destroy: The Manufacturing of a Cold War
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In Search of Monsters to Destroy: The Manufacturing of a Cold War
February 8, 2022

This series will explain how the philosophy of the American establishment formed their “understanding” of nuclear strategy, which continues to influence thought today such as in the belief in the winnability of a limited nuclear war.

Bolton’s Trap: Iran Cast as a Nuclear Threat, Diverting Us From His Occulted Project
May 27, 2019

The escalation against Iran serves rather as camouflage for a considerably more profound civilizational and metaphysical conflict.

Bolton’s Trap: Iran Cast as a Nuclear Threat, Diverting Us From His Occulted Project
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