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Does the Narcotics Trade Influence US Global Policy?

by Gordon Duff New Eastern Outlook (January 01 2018) Few who look at the US occupation of Afghanistan can do so without considering a few realities. When America entered Afghanistan in 2001, reality began to distort. America’s allies on the

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Trump’s National Security Speech.

by Paul Craig Roberts https://www.paulcraigroberts.org (December 19 2017) What do we make of Trump’s national security speech? First of all, it is the military/security complex’s speech, and it is inconsistent with Trump’s intention of normalizing relations with Russia. The military/security

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British University food banks are monuments to the obscene pay of vice-chancellors

The Guardian December 7th. 2017 On the same day that news broke that staff at the University of Birmingham are protesting the obscene pay of their vice-chancellor, I opened an email asking for donations to a food bank that my

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American ingenuity: Why the U.S. has the best hackers

SECURITY ADVISER By Roger A. Grimes, Columnist, CSO from IDG Be scared| ! The Russians are attacking us. If it’s not the Russians, it’s the Chinese — or maybe the North Koreans. Yes, foreign governments are attacking us. But we’re

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Is America in Terminal Decline ?

by Raul Ilargi Meijer The Automatic Earth blog (November 18 2017) Zero Hedge (November 18 2017) John Rubino recently posted a graph from Bob Prechter’s Elliot Wave that points to some ominous signs. It depicts the S&P 500, combined with

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Xi’s Road Map to The Chinese Dream

by Pepe Escobar CounterPunch (October 25 2017) Photo by Thierry Ehrmann | CC by 2.0 Now that President Xi Jinping has been duly elevated to the Chinese Communist Party pantheon in the rarified company of Mao Zedong Thought and Deng

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Britain once punched above its weight. Now we are irrelevant

Jonathan Powell The Guardian November 13, 2017 Britain has lost its way and is having an identity crisis, says the New York Times. Just as Dean Acheson’s barb that Britain had lost an empire and not yet found a role

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