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US Defense Secretary Menaces China at Singapore Forum

In a menacing and provocative speech in Singapore on Saturday, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel directly accused China of “destabilising, unilateral actions asserting its claims in the South China Sea” and warned that the US “will not look the other way when fundamental principles of the international order are being challenged.”

Why there is no Russian intervention in the Ukraine

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US backed our independence, now they expect our oil - South Sudan's FM

South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, is gripped by a bloody civil war, and while the government and rebels vie for power, the people face famine. Will the country's enormous natural resources ultimately improve ordinary citizens' lives, or will they pit regional and international powers against each other with South Sudan in the middle?

US backed our independence, now they expect our oil - South Sudan's FM

President Putin has made the world multi-polar

The Vice President of Serbia has stated that the world is no longer a unipolar place and thanks to President Vladimir Putin the US and the West are no longer going to be the masters of the world.

Agenda - Grinding America Down

A film that finally puts the pieces of the puzzle together. If you've wondered why America has been falling apart from within, you will love AGENDA.

[SUB ITA] Agenda - Grinding America Down - Non puoi costruire il Futuro se non conosci il Passato

Brave Old (Exceptionalist) World

“I believe in American exceptionalism with every fiber of my being.” So there it is, straight from the lion’s mouth, as in US President Barack Obama.

Afghan 'torturer in chief' flees anger at home, finds shelter in US

The brother of the outgoing President Hamid Karzai ran as a candidate in April's Presidential elections, despite spending most of his time in America.

Afghan 'torturer in chief' flees anger at home, finds shelter in US

The West’s Weaponization of Democracy: Elections Pushed Ahead in Ukraine, Obstructed in Syria, So Mass Murder Can Continue

Early polls began for Syria’s presidential election, as the country begins turning the tide against foreign-backed terrorists and restoring order throughout much of the country. It was impossible for the Western media to cover up tens of thousands of Syrians around the world queuing up in impressive numbers to cast their votes in support of both President Bashar al-Assad and other candidates participating in the election. Despite eagerness to vote, the US, UK, EU, and others have decided to condemn the elections and even go as far as obstructing overseas polling.

Blair should ask Chilcot to publish full Iraq letters to Bush - John Major

Tony Blair should ask the Chilcot inquiry to publish his correspondence with George Bush about the Iraq war, as releasing only the "gist and quotes" will allow suspicions to fester, Sir John Major has said.

New book claims Israel spied on Bill Clinton

According to a new book about to hit the shelves in the UK, Israel eavesdropped on phone conversations between US president Bill Clinton and the late Syrian leader Hafez Assad during sensitive peace negotiations between Israel and Syria in 1999.

US demands billions in fines from BNP Paribas

American regulators want French bank BNP Paribas to pay over €7 billion in fines on charges it violated economic sanctions against countries like Iran and Cuba. A settlement is reportedly "weeks away."

Bleeding Ukraine

Why does the West stay indifferent to the mass killing in eastern Ukraine? Who are the people of the East? Has the revolution spent itself? And why is Nuland taking a victory lap when it comes to Ukraine?

CrossTalk: Bleeding Ukraine (ft. Graham Phillips)

China slams Pentagon’s chief over threats

A top Chinese military official has criticized US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel for threatening his country over a dispute with Japan, state television reported.

Downing of Ukraine helicopter 'disturbs' US

"We are disturbed by the ongoing violence in eastern Ukraine, including reports that separatists have shot down a Ukrainian military helicopter," White House spokesman Jay Carney said.

US ready meals meant for Ukraine's military go on Internet sale

American packed meals that were sent as military-technical assistance to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine are being sold on the Internet, instead of being given away to the military. Ukrainian authorities initiated an investigation in connection with the incidents, as was stated by the head of the Center for Military-Political Studies Dmitry Tymchuk on his page on Facebook.

Russia Concerned by US Plans to Boost Military Aid to Syrian Opposition Militants

Russia is concerned by the media reports on the US plans to ramp up support for the Syrian opposition because the military aid may end up in the hands of the terrorists, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Friday.

US to China: Avoid risk of confrontation

The US has issued a strong warning to China, calling on Beijing to avoid regional tensions by attempting to interfere with freedom of overflight in international airspace.

France to go through with Mistral deal with Russia despite US indignation

France will go ahead with the sale of two Mistral helicopter carriers to Russia's navy despite US pressure to halt the deal.

US lawmakers urge France to sell Mistral warships to NATO, not Russia

Amid growing Western pressure being put on Russia, US congressmen are calling on France to reconsider the sale of its two Mistral helicopter carrier ships to Russia and instead allow NATO to buy or lease them.

CIA-linked rogue general stirs three-front militia war in Libya

The US is urging all of its citizens to leave the country, where a CIA-linked rogue general has launched an uprising against the elected government.

CIA-linked rogue general stirs three-front militia war in Libya

Premature US Victory-Dancing on Ukraine

Washington’s role in the coup d’etat in Kiev on Feb. 22 has brought the U.S. a Pyrrhic victory, with the West claiming control of Ukraine albeit with a shaky grip that still requires the crushing of anti-coup rebels in the east. But the high-fiving may be short-lived once the full consequences of the putsch become clear.

The New York Times' New Editor Buries Important Story on Private Equity Fee Shenanigans on Holiday Weekend

Anyone in the political or public relations game knows that the best way to make a disclosure but minimize its impact is to do so on day before the long holiday weekend.

Heads Up – The US Is Losing in Ukraine

The US doesn’t want peace in Ukraine — it wants control. So now that the situation there has largely blown up in their face, it’s not unreasonable to suspect them of fomenting more unrest in an attempt to change momentum.

Let Them Eat Carbon

Like Big Tobacco, Big Energy Targets the Developing World for Future Profits.

Congress concerned about Russia nuclear treaty, introduces new measures

Members of US Congress, who are concerned that Russia may quit the New START nuclear arms treaty amid the crisis in Ukraine, have introduced new measures.

Baiting Dragons, Bears and Lions - A Dangerous Game for Washington

Baiting the Russian Bear, the Chinese Dragon, and the Iranian Lion has proven to be bad politics and bad politics produce bad results.

US sends assault ship with 1,000 Marines to Libya, asks Americans to 'depart immediately'

The US is sending 1,000 Marines in an amphibious assault ship to Libya's coast as a “precautionary” move should the US embassy require evacuation, a US official said. Security concerns also led the US to suggest Americans in Libya "depart immediately."

Why War Is Inevitable — Paul Craig Roberts

Memorial Day is when we commemorate our war dead. Like the Fourth of July, Memorial Day is being turned into a celebration of war.

Washington Post Seeks US-Patrolled 'Safe Zone' in Syria

Neocons never blush at their own hypocrisies, demanding Russia respect international law and do nothing to protect eastern Ukrainians, while demanding President Obama ignore international law and create a rebel “safe zone” in Syria.

Karzai refused to meet Obama at Bagram Air Base, says US official

Afghan President Hamid Karzai was offered a meeting with President Barack Obama at Bagram Air Base outside Kabul but declined, a US official said Sunday.


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