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How 'Reverse Blame' Works: New Book on Ukraine Crisis Exposes US Geo-Scams / Sputnik International


According to the accepted narrative of the Western mainstream media, the crisis begun when the so-called fresh-faced young pro-democracy activists overturned what they believed was a brutal Russian-backed dictatorship which stood in Ukraine’s way, keeping it from joining the European family of nations and sharing in its prosperity. 802 more words


Zbigniew Brzezinski on what makes a democracy.

“(The) real test of democracy is not ultimate goals but the procedures used in attaining them.”

- Zbigniew Brzezinski

Zbigniew Brzezinski (born 1928) is a respected academic who has written extensively on international affairs. 11 more words

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The Fallujah option for East Ukraine; why the US feels threatened by Russia

Tell me; what choice does Zakharchenko really have? If his comrades are killed in future combat because he let Kiev’s army escape, who can he blame but himself?

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Our So-Called Foreign Policy: McCain's Call for a New Security Strategy...Isn't

To a degree, new Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain deserves praise for holding a series of hearings on “Global Challenges and the U.S. National Security Strategy.” Heaven knows signs abound that today’s strategy could use intensive scrutiny. 435 more words

Our So-Called Foreign Policy

PressTV: Putin playing with fire in Europe: Brzezinski . . . blatant lies! I'm so sick of them! ~J

Wed Jan 21, 2015 10:46PM

Former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski

US foreign policy pundit Zbigniew Brzezinski says Russian President Vladimir Putin is playing with fire in Europe, adding that the United States and its allies should deploy troops to the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia to stop Russia from capturing them. 292 more words


On Intellectuals and Their Duties in the 21st Century

Devon Douglas-Bowers  on Foreign Policy Journal     September 10, 2012

“It is the responsibility of intellectuals to speak the truth and to expose lies.” — Noam Chomsky [1] 2,337 more words

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