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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Sanctions – Wrecking Ball in a Global Economy

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, May 23, 2022 U.S. government strategists are using sanctions as a wrecking ball to demolish the globalized economy. It is a desperate struggle to preserve their global hegemony and a unipolar world. The policy of consciously demolishing supply chains of essential products amounts to a reckless war on defenseless civilian populations. Sanctions disrupt[…]

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NY Times Shifts Pro-War Narrative, Documents Failure of US in Ukraine

by John V. Walsh, published on Antiwar.com, May 13, 2022 Seeing the most prolific liar acknowledge the truth gives me a headache.  Cognitive dissonance, has my ears ringing.  I don’t know what to make of it.   But, if they will never acknowledge the cause, at least it is good to see them note the increasingly apparent and deadly consequences.  […]

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The War in Ukraine and its Effects on Latin America and the Caribbean

by Carlos Mauricio Ferolla and Marcelo Depieri , published on Resumen,  March 23, 2022 On February 24, war broke out in Ukraine after the invasion of the Russian army. The war has a global impact on a multipolar international system, hyperconnected and in a critical state, undergoing a process of hegemonic transition from the West to the East. The military[…]

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Ukraine Negotiation Kabuki

by Jim Kavanaugh, published on The Polemicist Substack, April 18, 2022 Though they are not given much of a voice in the mainstream media, many people oppose US/NATO sending more arms to Ukraine and oppose direct Western military intervention, because they see that such actions would only prolong an inevitably lost fight “to the last Ukrainian” and/or they do not[…]

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The War in Ukraine Is Really About U.S. Pursuing Regime Change in Russia

Finian Cunningham interviews Bruce Gagnon, published on Strategic Culture, April 14, 2022 The corporate-dominated media (that lied us into the 2003 “shock and awe” attack on Iraq over non-existent WMD) is trotting out the same strategy again to sell war and deceive the public American peace activist, documentary filmmaker and author Bruce Gagnon analyses the current war in Ukraine with[…]

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On the Streets in Mariupol with Civilian Interviews

by Patrick Lancaster, published on his Youtube Channel I really have been debating whether to feature Patrick Lancaster’s videos for some time.  It is disturbing to see the images from the war zone in Mariupol, but you won’t find first hand information like this in many places.   I am posting his video where he interviews people living in a Soviet[…]

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What’s The Truth Behind the Bucha and Kramatorsk Events?

by Richie Merino, published on Workers World, April 15, 2022 April 10 – Last weekend, Ukraine’s President Vlodymyr Zelensky accused Russian troops of committing war crimes in the city of Bucha, near Kiev. Moscow immediately denied the allegations, calling them “baseless” and implying that Ukrainian right-wing nationalists, with support from the Kiev regime, staged the event, placing deceased bodies in[…]

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Ukraine Crisis Risks Escalating Amid Stalled Talks, Rising Hostility

by Yang Sheng and Xu Yelu, published on Global Times, April 13, 2022 The Chinese draw attention to an inherent schism in the understanding of the two forces in Ukraine, a dangerous misunderstanding that prevents successful negotiation. [jb] Russian President Vladimir Putin called the situation in Ukraine “a tragedy” and peace talks had reached a “dead end” in his meeting[…]

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