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Mary Beaudoin: U.S. Weapons across the High Seas to the Lost Continent of Eurasia

 Americans need to ask who is provoking who? Who is invading regions of the world far from home? Who is spurning efforts at multi-polar power sharing?

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Military Madness

Skipping Victory Day in Moscow West Unwillingly Made Russia and China Get Much Closer

Dmitry MININ | 20.05.2015 | 10:46

The news that Western leaders skipped the Victory Day celebrations in Moscow on May 9 hit the radar screen. Chinese leader Xi Jinping was at the top of the guest list. 1,510 more words


The Killing of Osama bin Laden Seymour M. Hersh

It’s been four years since a group of US Navy Seals assassinated Osama bin Laden in a night raid on a high-walled compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. 10,127 more words


Business precedes politics: Turkish Stream

Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz and Russian energy giant Gazprom’s Chief Executive Aleksey Miller took a helicopter ride on Saturday over the Black Sea to survey a possible route for the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline which was renamed after the cancelled South Stream project. 635 more words


TML publishes special online supplement ‘The 70th Anniversary of the Defeat of Fascism in Europe’

8 May marked the 70th anniversary of the surrender of Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich in Berlin in 1945 and the defeat of Nazi Germany in Europe – a date recognized throughout the world with the photograph of the flag of the Soviet Red Army flying over the Reichstag, the German Parliament. 384 more words

No Harbour For War

Exceptionalists vs Integrationalists: The Eurasian-Wide Struggle | The Vineyard of the Saker

All the chaos that’s been unleashed in Eurasia can be attributed to the existential battle between the Exceptionalists and the Integrationalists, represented respectively by the unipolar and multipolar worlds. 131 more words