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    Ukraine’s Downward Spiral
    Jul02

    Ukraine’s Downward Spiral

    By Kenneth CourtisA report from Kiev on corruption and hopelessness.Kiev had an eventful week. On Wednesday, a global cyber attack, launched from Ukraine, spread like wildfire globally. While all of this was happening the head of the Kiev regime’s counter-intelligence was blown to pieces as his car passed through an intersection in the...

    Making Russia Great Again
    Jun13

    Making Russia Great Again

    By Jean-Francois BoittinWhy is Vladimir Putin so grateful to Donald Trump? Because Trump diminishes the United States’ standing in the world, making little Russia look larger.Leave it to American analysts to explore major news events in great depth – and miss the main story. Case in point: the testimony of former FBI director James Comey....

    After Trump’s Exit from Paris Accord: Just Sanction the Bastards!
    Jun04

    After Trump’s Exit from Paris Accord: Just Sanction the Bastards!

    By Jean-Francois BoittinAfter Trump’s exiting from the Paris Accord, no more travel freedom for all those involved in the decision-making.The reality of Trump exiting “his” United States from the Paris Accord has sunk in. The key question: What’s the rest of the world to do about it? Unfair United States The answer: Trade sanctions,...

    Trump and Russia: Just Follow the Money
    May30

    Trump and Russia: Just Follow the Money

    By Frank VoglThe G7 summit communiqué surprisingly contains a direct and troublesome admonition for US President Donald Trump.Public prosecutors, FBI agents and investigative journalists know that crucial to their work is the dictum: “follow the money.” The money trail between the Trump and Kushner families increasingly appears to run from New...

    Attacks on Academics: East Europe, Russia and Turkey
    May23

    Attacks on Academics: East Europe, Russia and Turkey

    By Denise FeldnerLimiting academic freedom is a threat to democracy itself. EU leaders must unite and stand up to this troubling trend. The issue of academic freedom is making international headlines again. Unfortunately, the news is far from positive. Especially surprising is that it has reared its ugly head in several Western and...

    Trump to Germany: Pay Up!
    May07

    Trump to Germany: Pay Up!

    By Jean-Francois BoittinThe U.S. President reflects on why Germans must be made to pay for all the wrongs they inflicted on the United States.I extended a very warm welcome to Chancellor Merkel in the White House. And how does she respond? She invites Ivanka to Berlin, and manages to have my daughter booed at and hissed at during the meeting....

    Britain’s Big Brexit Gamble
    Mar30

    Britain’s Big Brexit Gamble

    By Holger Schmieding and Kallum PickeringThis is the worst setback ever for the process of European integration that started with a six-nation coal and steel community in 1952 – but for whom precisely?As the UK has filed for divorce from the European Union, here are 10 key points to keep in mind as the negotiating across the English Channel...

    Defense’s Other Mega Spenders
    Mar27

    Defense’s Other Mega Spenders

    By The GlobalistWho are the 19 nations that spend more on defense as a share of their national economy than even the United States does?1. Among the 171 countries surveyed by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), in 2015, 19 spent a higher share of their GDP on defense than the United States’s 3.3%. 2. All of these...

    Today’s “Great Game” – Power Politics or Amateur Hour
    Mar21

    Today’s “Great Game” – Power Politics or Amateur Hour

    By Michael J. BrennerAssessing the interests and weaknesses of the U.S., Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iran in the Middle East.The “Great Game” being played in the Middle East, with Syria and Iraq as the center rings, bears a superficial similarity to the power political maneuverings of the dominant European states in their African and Asian periphery...

    The Booming Global Arms Trade
    Mar03

    The Booming Global Arms Trade

    By Markus HeinrichRemember the “peace dividend”? The world, it seems, can never have enough weapons. The global arms trade has reached its highest point since the end of the Cold War. According to the Swedish-based Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) – which provides authoritative data on global arms production...

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