Shut Down the International Assassination Bureau!

The assassination attempt against Donald Trump at a campaign rally on July 13 was, unfortunately, not something unexpected. As the 2024 campaign unfolded, the angry rhetoric on both sides became more virulent. To Trump supporters, President Biden is not just too old and perhaps demented, but also accused of leading a leftist/socialist/communist assault on America’s core values, with the backing […]

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Lots of Posturing against Russia and China at NATO Summit

The July 9-11 NATO summit in Washington accelerated the drive for an all-out confrontation with nuclear powers Russia and China, crossing multiple red lines all at once. During the summit, it was announced that: • the United States commits to stationing long-range nuclear and other missiles (including hypersonic missiles, that the U.S. doesn’t even have yet) in Germany, within easy […]

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NATO Takes Another Step Towards a (Schachtian) War Economy

While the figures for May show an industrial production collapse in the largest EU economies (cf. AS 28/24), the July 9-11 NATO Summit in Washington released the “NATO Industrial Capacity Expansion Pledge”, which features measures to integrate all the separate military and armament production facilities of the different NATO member countries into one single coordinated activity. This “pledge” implies taking […]

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First Cracks in the Anti-Orban Front in German Media

The failed EU institutions have strongly and repeatedly denounced Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s peace mission, which took him, consecutively, to Kyiv, Moscow, Beijiig and then to Washington for the NATO summit, followed by a quick visit to candidate Trump. Thus Brussels has boycotted and is even plotting to disavow Hungary’s six-month Presidency of the EU Council. However, a few […]

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German Government Goes All Out for Militarization

The joint statement signed by Washington and Berlin on the sidelines of the NATO summit last week will push Germany even deeper into the Ukraine quagmire, while making the country an even bigger target for Russian counter-attacks should it come that far. The statement announces that the United States will begin stationing long-range missile capabilities in Germany as of 2026, […]

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Iran: The Challenges for a New President in a New World Order

Following his election on July 5, the President-Elect of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Dr. Masoud Pezeshkian, has indicated the directions the country’s foreign policy will take. But before considering his position, it is important to note that the late President Ibrahim Raisi, whose tragic death in a helicopter crash prompted the latest election, had already oriented Iran’s foreign policy […]

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No Stop to the Massacres in Gaza

The Muwasi area of Gaza, west of Khan Younis, had been designated a “safe zone” by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to which tens of thousands of displaced Palestinians then took refuge. But on July 13, it was ruthlessly bombed by the Israeli air force, with the aim of killing Hamas military commander Mohamed Deif and Khan Younis brigade commander […]

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Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger Kick out the “Slaves of the Salon” to Create a New Confederation

During a summit meeting held in Niamey, the capital of Niger, on July 6, the leaders of three former French colonies in West Africa created a Confederation of the Alliance of Sahel States(AES in French). The three, Ibrahim Traore of Burkina Faso, Assimi Goita of Mali, and Abdourahamane Tchiani of Niger, resolved to equip the confederation with “independent instruments for […]

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Hungary’s Prime Minister to NATO: Try Diplomacy Instead of War

On July 9, NATO leaders gathered in Washington for a three-day summit in a much gloomier atmosphere than was expected even a few weeks ago. The main participants include the mumbling and disoriented U.S. President Biden, who shows signs of dementia; France’s President Macron who has just gone from one stunning electoral defeat to another; the U.K.’s new Prime Minister […]

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