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On the Ukraine: Curiouser and curiouser indeed

Watching the news from the Ukraine as filtered through the American mainstream media arouses a powerful sense of suspicion that we’re not being told the entire story. 1,462 more words

Politics

Arming the Afghan National Army | Its in Indian interest

After years or dilly dallying, India has finally taken in what can be termed as a “bold step” in arming the Afghan National Security Force. … 815 more words

India

Agrigento, il sindaco Zambuto gira uno spot in cinese: "Invadeteci"

Agrigento, il sindaco Zambuto gira uno spot in cinese: "Invadeteci"

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“Sono Marco Zambuto, agrigentino doc e sindaco di questa meraviglisa città”. Così si presenta il primo cittadino di Agrigento nel suo video di promozione della città, nel quale invita i turisti (in particolare quelli cinesi) a visitare le bellezze della sua terra. 67 more words

Geopolitics

Coup de Terre?

This year, we will see the 100 year anniversary of what I consider to be the single most important event in the history of planet Earth: World War I. 154 more words

History

Snaky Putin

Sanctions could backfire on Europe…..considering that many countries get their nat gas from Russia….

International Situations

A Unity Referendum - What could go wrong?

Early this month during one of those evening sessions when I have been asked to meet diplomats from sovereign missions passing through Odessa so they can empty my head of my thoughts, impression, predictions etc regarding the city and beyond in relation to the current and rapidly unfolding and unraveling situation, the subject of referendums arose – unsurprisingly. 1,386 more words

Politics

Neil Clark: I'm Confused, Can Anyone Help Me?

I’m confused. A few weeks ago we were told in the West that people occupying government buildings in Ukraine was a very good thing. These people, we were told by our political leaders and elite media commentators, were ‘pro-democracy protestors’. 985 more words

War & Terror

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You can find Neil Clark's article and blog here:  Neil Clark