Outlook of an Italian Communist: Why a ‘Second Cold War’ Scenario Projects a False Framework

by Alessio Arena, published on Workers World, May 27, 2022 Translation: John Catalinotto Fronte Popolare, Italy That the Cold War has historically been a Western invention is well-known. One remembers less about the Soviet attempts [post World War II] to escape the logic of the blocs, culminating in the incredible application of the USSR to join NATO, expressed for the[…]

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Serbia Resists U.S. Led Bullying

by Greg Elich, published on CounterPunch, May 24, 2022 Serbia, a primary target of NATO aggression in the past,  now refuses to join the bully boys.     [jb] Little more than half a year has passed since Belgrade hosted the Non-Aligned Summit on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the movement’s founding, and Serbia is increasingly under fire for[…]

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Peter Scott Interviews Michael Hudson on the Devastating Affects of U.S. Economic Warfare on U.S. Hegemony

by Peter Scott and Michael Hudson, published on The Saker of the Vinyard, May 21, 2022 Peter Scott, RT anchor: Joining us now is Michael Hudson, economist and author of “Super-Imperialism” and the recently-published “Destiny of Civilization”. Welcome to the programme, Michael. Michael Hudson: It’s good to be back. PS: Let’s say all these European programmes like the REPOWER Programme[…]

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What Germany’s Rearmament Means for World Peace

by Michael Makowski, published by The Progressive, April 27, 2022 Three days after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stood before the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, in an emergency gathering to announce the biggest change to German foreign policy since World War II. “Wir erleben eine Zeitenwende,” he said. “We are experiencing a Zeitenwende.” The Zeitenwende—a watershed moment, a[…]

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U.S. Leaders Claim to Care About Ukrainians, But Will They Step Up and Make the Compromises Necessary to End the War?

by Jack Gilroy, published on Covert Action Magazine, April 8, 2022 The U.S. media have been saturated by reports of Ukrainian suffering since the Russian invasion of February 24, 2022, and of heroic Ukrainian resistance. Even progressive media outlets and politicians have favored more arms supplies to Ukraine in this climate. When Congress passed a massive $13.6 billion aid package[…]

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Ukraine Update: Immediate Russian Oil, Gas Embargo Impossible, Says German Finance Minister

by Countercurrents Collective, published on Countercurrents, April 9, 2022 A broad survey of economic details from perspective of western press.  Not clarified is what it means to workers around the world, but seems like high prices, expensive credit, wage growth not able to keep up with these factors along with shortages of food and other material goods.  A major global[…]

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American Overlord Demands Europe Sign Suicide Note

by Finian Cunningham, published on Strategic Culture, February 12, 2022 The Anglo-Americans are running a modern-day reworking of Operation Overlord, the June 1944 military invasion plan billed to liberate Western Europe from Nazi Germany. This time around, the billed objective is to “liberate” the European Union from its “tyrannical” dependency on Russian natural gas. In reality, the unspoken objective is[…]

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Zelensky’s Munich Speech Implies That Ukraine’s Becoming Increasingly Desperate

by Andrew Korybko, published on Global Research, February 21, 2022 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the Munich Security Conference on Saturday in a dramatic speech that implies how increasingly desperate his country has become. Comparing the Russian Federation to Nazi Germany and fearmongering about World War III has become standard fare among Moscow’s many critics so it isn’t surprising that[…]

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