US Remains Poised to Attack North Korea. The US is Willing “To Think the Unthinkable”

In a further sign of US preparations for war against North Korea, the Pentagon’s top general is currently in South Korea for talks with the country’s president and leading military officials before visiting Beijing and Tokyo. “As a military leader, I have to make sure that the [US] president does have viable military options in …

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China’s Missile Forces Could Make US War Planners Think Twice

China's conventional missile capabilities pose a serious challenge to US dominance in the Pacific region, RIA Novosti contributor Ilya Plekhanov noted, citing a 2017 Center for a New American Security (CNAS) report. According to the journalist, Washington has no alternative but to take this into consideration. China's non-nuclear weapons allow the People's Republic to defeat American …

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Militarization of Scandinavian Peninsula: Time to Ring Alarm Bells

Much has been said about NATO reinforcements in the Baltic States and Poland perceived in Moscow as provocative actions undermining security in Europe, while very little has been said about gradual but steady militarization of Scandinavia. The theme does not hit headlines and it is not in focus of public discourse but one step is …

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Is Turkey the Next Country for a “Proxy and Long War” of the Transnational Elite?

While Russia helped Ankara 'without conditions' during the coup - a massive fire exploded near the military base of NATO in the air base of Incirlik - where, together with the base of Ismir, have been stationed more than 90 nuclear tactical weapons, more than in any country! Turkish authorities doubted it was an anti-American …

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In Afghanistan Russians are Now Remembered with Love

This is not what you are supposed to be reading. All remembrances of the “Soviet Era” in Afghanistan has been boxed and then labeled as “negative”, even “toxic”. No discussion on the topic is allowed in ‘polite circles’, at least in the West and in Afghanistan itself. Afghanistan is where the Soviet Union was tricked …

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Made in the West: New Era of Global Famine Thanks to War and Chaos

The famines threatening many parts of the world today have one thing in common: Western aggression and destabilization. In February of this year, the world's first famine in six years was officially declared in South Sudan. A month later, the UN's humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien warned the Security Council that three other countries - Yemen, …

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US Troops in Europe and the Middle East are There to Provoke China More Than Russia or Iran

While the US troops on the borders of Russia and Iran are generally considered intimidation/provocation tactics aimed at Moscow and Tehran, the broader reality is that America intends to use its troops as speed-bumps in China's New Silk Road. NATO’s recent land and sea exercises in eastern and southern Europe as well as the Black …

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The Destructiveness of America’s Alliances

Alliances between nations are military. Without being military, they would be nothing at all. Trade agreements don’t require alliances. World War I wouldn’t have occurred if there had not been alliances — it was built upon alliances. It was not built on trade agreements. It wasn't even built on trading-blocs. In fact, as the WTO (World Trade …

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