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Nuclear weapons and the American agenda -- "coercive foreign policy instruments" intended for actual use

By John Steinbach

Global Research, June 26, 2015

Global Research 17 July 2002

This article published by Global Research in 2002 focusses on the role of nuclear war as a means to enforcing a coercive and extremist US foreign policy agenda. 5,886 more words

$5 Trillion Cold War Hoax

This material from Eustace Mullins reveals the depth of deception that the American citizen has been subjected to in order to enable his bilking by the “Illuminati” bankers. 4,455 more words

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George Kennan on what foreign policy is all about.

“By this I mean that a political society does not live to conduct foreign policy; it would be more correct to say that it conducts foreign policy in order to live.” 12 more words

Odds And Ends

Post Post-Soviet Space

It is a commonplace today to speak of the “map of Europe being re-written” and point to the actions of Russia in Crimea and the Donbas. 454 more words

August War

American military expert to Ukraine: The territories are lost, Ukraine has no army left, weapons won't solve this situation

In the interview below are interesting comments about Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, John McCain, and the overall situation. However, Mr. Kofman does not acknowledge the political situation, and he parrots the American and Kiev regime lie that Russia is attacking Ukraine. 1,871 more words

The EU | An instrument of German Hegemony (Video)

In this video, Rodney Atkinson examines the coercive and arbitrary power the European Union (EU) wields over the people of Europe.  Leading Nazis responsible for the genesis of the EU are featured.    138 more words


Capital, the State and War: The Risks of Method

A forum contribution from Campbell Craig, the first in our series responding to Alex Anievas’ new book, Capital, the State and War. Campbell is Professor in International Politics at Aberystwyth University, and the author of several books, including… 1,999 more words

International Relations