India’s Blockade of Kashmir: 100 Days In, The World’s Silence Is Deafening
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India’s Blockade of Kashmir: 100 Days In, The World’s Silence Is Deafening

At the end of October India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, travelled to Saudi Arabia to hold bilateral talks between the two nations.  According to press reports, the topic of Kashmir and India’s move in August to abrogate the region’s semi-autonomous status and impose a communication blockade did not even make it as a topic of discussion. “The two sides…

Here’s How the Hybrid War on Bolivia Succeeded in Carrying Out Regime Change
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Here’s How the Hybrid War on Bolivia Succeeded in Carrying Out Regime Change

The Hybrid War on Bolivia isn’t over by a long shot, but it did in fact succeed in its most immediate aim of carrying out regime change against democratically re-elected and legitimate President Morales, so it’s important to review how this happened in the hope that other countries can better prepare themselves for responding to…

US is the Source of, Not “Solution” to Syrian War
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US is the Source of, Not “Solution” to Syrian War

After the supposed US “withdrawal” from Syria – Western media outlets have causally reported on US troops now preparing to occupy Syria’s oilfields east of the Euphrates River. Articles include carefully selected “experts” who avoid any mention of how illegal or indefensible the presence of US forces in Syria is to begin with, let alone…

Coup in Bolivia
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Coup in Bolivia

A military coup took place in Bolivia, leading to the overthrow of President Evo Morales, who resigned. Things evolved similar to what we saw not long ago in Venezuela. Elections were used as a trigger, and the right-wing opposition acted as a tool. The United States, its satellites in Latin America, and the EU did…

US Hand in Bolivia Coup
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US Hand in Bolivia Coup

Only days before Evo Morales stepped down as Bolivia’s president audio tapes were published implicating opposition politicians, the US embassy and American senators in a coup plot. Among those US senators mentioned in the leaked tapes by the Bolivian politicians seeking Morales’ ouster were Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, according to a report by Telesur….