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Venezuela – Washington’s Latest Defamation – To Bring NATO to South America?

February 17, 2017

by Peter Koenig

The Trump Administration has just accused Venezuela’s newly appointed Vice-President, Tareck El Aissami, of being involved in drug trafficking, thereby dishing out the usual criminal spiel – illegal sanctions against a foreign dignitary with travel bans and asset seizures. 1,055 more words


Has a Multipolar CENTO Sprung Up in the South Eurasian Rimland?

The past couple of years have been marked by dramatic geopolitical changes triggered by the onset of the New Cold War, and while events such as the spree of urban terrorism popularly known as “EuroMaidan” and Russia’s anti-terrorist intervention in Syria are well known, there are other major shifts which have yet to generate considerable public attention but have been no less consequential. 1,745 more words


Changing the region: Pakistan-Russia Alignment Shapes Regional Friendship

Emerging axis between Moscow, Islamabad and Beijing is seen, and Russia has chosen China and Pakistan over Modi’s India with this hope that being the part of the multipolar world and BRICS/SCO institutions, India will return to regionalism as Pakistan – once ally of the US – becomes a new friend of Russia. 3,158 more words


"Street Grind to Elevate" - Mac Jeff featuring San Quinn, Don Toriano (of Fully Loaded), and L-Love


“Street Grind to Elevate” – Mac Jeff featuring San Quinn, Don Toriano (of Fully Loaded), and L-Love!

This track is featuring two of the most prolific members of San Quinn’s rap super group, “Fully Loaded”! 29 more words

Global helmsman Xi Jinping steps up with charm offensive

January 17, 2017

by Pepe Escobar for the Asia Times

He did it, his way; Chinese President Xi Jinping descended on the Swiss Alps; profited from a geopolitical vacuum only three days before Donald Trump’s inauguration with the Atlanticist West mired in stagnation and/or protectionism; unleashed a charm offensive; and deftly positioned China in the lead of “inclusive” globalization. 1,100 more words


Is India Threatened by Russia’s Apparent Partnership with Pakistan?

The Russian news agency Sputnik has featured a commentary by Moscow-based expert, Andrew Korybko signalling an imminent leap forward in the Kremlin’s strategy toward ties with Pakistan. 1,000 more words


Obama Stutters And Stammers Accusations Against Russia During His Final Push For War

JANUARY 11, 2017

By Brandon Turbeville

As Obama’s days as U.S. President draw to a close, both the Obama administration and the mainstream corporate media are attempting to provoke a greater conflict with nuclear-armed Russia on the basis of something that never actually happened; at least on the basis of something that they have yet to prove has actually happened. 1,384 more words