Swiss Expert: Is Europe Helping Kiev Play with Nuclear Fire?

Military experts have characterized the recent attacks by Ukraine against the Russia air bases near Saratov and Ryazan as provoking a “dangerous moment of insecurity” – up to the level of potential strategic nuclear confrontation. In an article posted on Jan.3 on the Swiss website GlobalBridge, entitled (in translation) “Playing with Atomic Fire”, Lt.Colonel (ret) Ralph Bosshard of the Swiss […]

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The EU’s Intellectual Dishonesty over Ukraine

If Russian leaders needed one good reason not to trust the promises made by their Western counterparts, it was given to them in December by former Chancellor Angela Merkel and former President François Hollande, who were the guarantors of the 2014-2015 Minsk accords (cf. SAS 50/22, 1/23). They have both admitted that they never intended to ensure implementation of those […]

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Top EU Warmonger Admits Sanctions against Russia Are a Failure

Yet another rabid advocate of economic warfare against Moscow has discredited Brussels’ narrative on its “successful” sanctions regime. The bitter recognition came from Guy Verhofstadt, a member of the European Parliament since 2009, and former Prime Minister of Belgium from 1999 to 2008. He tweeted on Jan. 2: “9 packages of sanctions and the effect is less than 0. We […]

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Could the FDP Bring Down the Government Coalition in Berlin?

Despite all its efforts to appear stable and united, the ruling coalition in Berlin (SPD, Greens, FDP) is paralyzed by many internal frictions, that are expected to increase in the coming few weeks and months. One potential trigger of a break-up is the lack of effective inflation control, and more especially the devastation of medium-sized and small companies due to […]

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Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina: Fascist Insurgencies Underway in South America

Following the Dec. 28 arrest of Luis Fernando Camacho, the governor of Bolivia’s Santa Cruz department, the neo-Nazi apparatus which the governor and his allies control in the region went on a violent rampage, attacking government buildings and agencies, injuring and torturing government employees, burning vehicles, and issuing hit lists of “traitors to Santa Cruz”. Camacho was arrested on charges of […]

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Turning the Tide in 2023

Just one year ago, in our first issue for 2022, we were relieved to report that the five permanent members of the UN Security Council had signed, for the first time, a declaration stating that “nuclear war cannot be won, and must never be fought”. But since then, with the breath-taking escalation of the proxy war between Russia and NATO […]

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2023: Time for Mankind to Finally Reach Adulthood

Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Chair of the international Schiller Institute, issued the following statement in a video address on Dec. 31: The New Year 2023 must become the year where humanity reaches the age of adulthood. That means, we must leave behind us childish, geopolitical squabbling, where nations fight each other as if we were spoiled brats, aiming war toys against each […]

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Have All Diplomatic Bridges between Europe and Russia Been Burnt?

In a Dec. 22 interview to the Naples daily Il Mattino, Vatican Secretary of State Pietro Parolin relaunched the idea of a new European security infrastructure, along the lines of the historic 1975 Helsinki conference. However, he said, the “reality is bitterly this: neither the aggressors nor the aggressed accept at this time to sit at the negotiating table”. All […]

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