Category: Russia

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Michael T. Klare: Russia vs. China

The Conflict in Washington Over Who Should Lead America’s Enemies List

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David Swanson: Ukraine and the Apocalyptic Risk of Propagandized Ignorance

I’m not sure if there’s been a better written book published yet this year than Ukraine: Zbig’s Grand Chessboard and How the West Was Checkmated, but I’m confident there’s not been a more important one. With some 17,000 nuclear bombs in the world, the United States and Russia have about 16,000 of them. The United Read more…

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Boris Kagarlitsky: The killing of Novorossiya

The problem, however, is that a series of concessions, capitulations and betrayals will destroy the state far more rapidly and inevitably than any set of enemies is capable of doing

Stephen F. Cohen: The U.S./Russia/Ukraine history the media won’t tell you

The New York Times “basically rewrites whatever the Kiev authorities say”

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Florian Zollmann: The Yemen and Crimean Interventions in the Ideological Prisms of the “Liberal” Anglo-American Press

A paired example in which the news media reproduced similar reporting pattern constitutes Saudi-Arabia’s intervention in Yemen in 2015 and Russia’s intervention in the Crimea in 2014

Stephen F. Cohen: Why We Must Return to the US-Russian Parity Principle

We are in a new Cold War with Russia today, specifically over the Ukrainian confrontation, largely because Washington nullified the parity principle

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Pepe Escobar: U.S. wakes up to New (Silk) World Order

Once again, the real Masters of the Universe seem to have done the math. Can’t reduce Russia to ashes. Can’t win in the New (Silk) World Order. Might as well sit down and talk

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Ezequiel Adamovsky: The 70th Anniversary of the Defeat of the Nazis and the Politics of Commemoration

There are little chances that the 70th anniversary of the Nazi defeat will offer the opportunity for a non-ideological revisiting of the past

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Edward S. Herman: Global Versus Local Violence

In the U.S. establishment’s patriotic history of the Ukraine conflict it is also important to black out the fact that the United States, so passionately opposed to Russian “aggression,” committed a vastly more deadly one in Iraq from 2003.

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Ray McGovern: Ukraine: Coup, Couth, and Consequences

The West Snubs Russia Over VE Day

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