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Turkey engages in reckless civilian air heist

Turkey engages in reckless civilian air heist The rogue states conducting a criminal war of aggression against Syria went a step further in their roguery this week with the de facto hijacking of a civilian airliner. It must have been … Continue reading

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Is Canada Prompting Canadians for “Iran” False Flag Terror ?

Is Canada Prompting Canadians for “Iran” False Flag Terror ? Christof Lehmann – Not only Tehran was baffled by the Canadian governments sudden and unexpected decision to break all diplomatic ties to Iran. The only fact that was not surprising was that Netanyahu and Israel´s … Continue reading

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U.S. Deploys Warships, Marines To Libya

U.S. Deploys Warships, Marines To Libya Rick Rozoff (Stop NATO) – Following the deaths of American ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens and three members of his staff in a coordinated attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi on September … Continue reading

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The attempt to balkanise the Democratic Republic of Congo:

The attempt to balkanise the Democratic Republic of Congo: A revisionism of the uti possidetis juris principle that is dangerous for Africa By Boyenga Bofala– The idea of a single, peacefully organised sub-region of the Great Lakes and Central Africa … Continue reading

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European intellectuals’ fears of a new war: dangerous lack of self-critique

European intellectuals’ fears of a new war: dangerous lack of self-critique There is something substantial that changed in Europe’s intellectual landscape during the last 1-2 months: talk of a new “big war” (some intellectuals even say “world war”) is no … Continue reading

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The Diaoyu Islands Appeared on China’s Map Since Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Chinese Govt Has Never Recognized the San Francisco Treaty

The Diaoyu Islands Appeared on China’s Map Since Ming Dynasty (1368-1644): Chinese Govt Has Never Recognized the San Francisco Treaty The Japanese government on Friday decided to release the 14 Chinese illegally detained Wednesday by Japanese authorities at the Diaoyu … Continue reading

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The Beijing’s Winning Strategy in Africa: Challenging America’s Position at the Top on The once Unipolar World

The Beijing’s Winning Strategy in Africa: Challenging America’s Position at the Top on The once Unipolar World. Contention between China and the United States is extending far beyond the current hot spot of the South China Sea. As China’s economy … Continue reading

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