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MY ROLE IN WEAPONIZING ‘MORAL EQUIVALENCE’ AND ‘RELIGIOUS FREEDOM’

James George Jatras It’s confession time … Without getting overly autobiographical, it is worth noting that my perspectives (whatever their value) on American public policy and global affairs reflect decades of first-hand, professional experience in both the Executive and Legislative branches of the US government. The former was …

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The meeting between Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin

Giancarlo Elia Valori   It was precisely the clear failure of the meeting held in Hanoi between the North Korean leader and President Trump, which accelerated North Korea’s search for a meeting with the Russian Federation and later with all its traditional regional allies. In the talks with …

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THE SCANDAL WITH THE RUSSIAN OIL: CONSPIRACY AND TRUTH

Stacy Little Pollution in the Russian oil pipeline happened very “on time” – amid the rejection of Ukraine’s supply and the loud statements of Belarus On April 23, an emergency meeting of representatives of the Belarusian company Belneftekhim and the Russian Transneft takes place. The reason is poor-quality …

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PUTIN AND KIM JONG-UN. FROM MAJOR APPLICATIONS TO WEAPONS EXCHANGES

Russian President Vladimir Putin and DPRK leader Kim Jong-un completed the first meeting at the summit in Vladivostok. The meeting lasted almost two hours. And this is an hour more than the protocol service intended. Journalists could only watch the greeting of the leaders. Following the results, several …

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WASHINGTON NOT HAPPY ABOUT NEW CHINA FOCUS ON CENTRAL AMERICA

F. William Engdahl As it becomes clear that the Trump Administration support, so far unsuccessful, for regime change in Venezuela is also very much about targeting the huge financial presence of China with the Maduro regime, recent news of a major Chinese oil success in Cuban waters will …

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China 70 years from now

Giancarlo Elia Valori In my opinion, after the 19th CPC National Congress, two changes characterize the new form of Communist China: the amendment to the Party’s Constitution, with the phrase “Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era” introduced directly by current President Xi …

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WILL RUSSIA FIGHT WITH ISRAEL FOR IRAN?

Stacy Little While some journalists are looking for the causes of the fire of Notre-Dame-de-Paris, while others worry about the fate of Julian Assange issued by the Ecuadorian embassy, another reason for a big war has appeared in the Middle East. From October of this year, Iran will …

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