On High Alert for More Provocations

Competent military strategists know that the ability to wage war ultimately depends on in-depth logistics and industrial capacities. The exact opposite policy – known as the utopian approach – has been taken by NATO and the Anglo-American “military-industrial complex”, that have launched war against Russia using Ukraine as a surrogate. Putting propaganda aside, NATO member countries have collapsed their own […]

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The Wishful Illusion that “Ukraine Is Winning”

General Mark Milley, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, created an uproar among NATO war hawks after mentioning a possible window for peace talks on Ukraine (cf. SAS 47, 48/22). The Biden Administration made its stance clear by preparing a package of close to $40 billion more in military aid from the United States, while the U.K. weapons […]

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Washington and Brussels Hatch a Plan to Compete with China’s Belt and Road Initiative, But It Won’t Work

On Nov. 18 in Bali, U.S. President Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen gathered together a few heads of state and government to launch the G7’s anti-Belt and Road scheme, called the Partnership for Global Infrastructure Investment (PGII). The bombastic announcement of a $600 billion plan, however, is really just hot air. The PGII, like its EU […]

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Ukraine: A Merkel Option to Revive Diplomacy?

Given the lack in Europe of a serious commitment to diplomatic efforts to resolve the war in Ukraine, which would necessarily involve talking to President Putin, the option of an initiative to be taken by former German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been mentioned repeatedly in Germany. Two moves in the past week have relaunched the discussion: a lengthy special in […]

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News Outlets Break the Silence on Julian Assange

An open letter from the “Editors and Publishers” of five major news publications worldwide — the New York Times, the Guardian, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, and El País, calls on the U.S. government to end the unjust prosecution of Julian Assange. After recalling that their outlets had initially published Assange’s leaked documents in 2010, which then led to the attacks […]

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Trilateral Commission Asia Is Fed Up with U.S. Policy toward China

The Trilateral Commission, founded in 1973 as a secretive organization of the would-be elites of the United States, Europe and Japan, held a meeting of its Asia Pacific Group on Nov. 19-20. For the first time ever, one news service was invited to attend all the sessions, namely Nikkei Asia. The publication’s editor-in-chief, Shigesaburo Okumura, reported Nov. 25, that “Many […]

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Taiwan Ruling Party Defeated in Local Elections

In the mayoral and city council elections that took place in Taiwan, the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was soundly defeated by the opposition party, Kuomintang (KMT). The DPP now controls only 5 out of the 21 local government offices, whereas the KMT won key mayoral races in Taipei, Taoyuan and Keelung. The DPP has aggressively promoted tensions between Beijing […]

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Moves from Ibero-America and the Caribbean to Build New World Paradigm

It is telling that the recent series of three, consecutive Schiller Institute international conferences mobilizing against nuclear war grew out of an initiative of former and current congressmen and women from the region of the world which the Anglo-American powers believed was destined to forever live as “the backyard” of the United States. Under enormous economic and military pressure from […]

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The Week World War III Was Avoided

For a long moment, on Nov. 15, the landing of a “Russian made” missile on the territory of NATO member Poland threatened to lead to an all-out direct war between Russia and NATO. Some officials, including an unhinged President Zelensky, immediately called on the western military alliance to invoke its collective security provisions. Fortunately, saner voices prevailed, including, to his […]

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