Category: Russia

Burak Elmalı: We have to be realistic about climate change and the war in Ukraine

Please Help ZNet           Source: Middle East Monitor The Russia-Ukraine War has lasted for four months and counting. It has raised various questions about new waves of refugees, energy resources, food prices and the revision of national security policies all over the world. The week after the Russian invasion in February, Read more…

Alfred W. McCoy: What Difference Does a War Make?

The Geopolitics of the New Cold War

Noam Chomsky: on Ukraine, Russia-NATO, Assange, Shireen Abu Akleh & COVID-Measures

Interview on the war in Ukraine and the role of NATO

Anatol Lieven: Why Russian Intellectuals Are Hardening Support for War in Ukraine

Horrified by the invasion, centrist elites like Dmitri Trenin nonetheless sense the US is using the conflict to destroy their country

Boris Kagarlitsky: The Dialectics of Victory and Defeat

On winning by losing, and vice versa

Noam Chomsky: Welcome to a Science-Fiction Planet

How George Orwell’s Doublethink Became the Way of the World

Sarah Schiffling: How countries are using the global crisis to gain geopolitical power

As major world powers blame each other for their role in driving the current crisis, distributing a limited amount of food to meet global demand will be a defining issue of 2022

Ramzy Baroud: Russia’s Attempt at Reshaping the World Economy

The End of Laissez-Faire

Richard Falk: Ukraine and the Risk of Geopolitical Conflict

The return of the nuclear question

Craig Murray: Biden Works to Prolong Ukraine War 214

When we reach the stage that Henry Kissinger is a comparative voice of sanity, the political situation is indeed dire

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