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Spanish Intelligence Backed by the CIA and the Pentagon Plays Games in Venezuela
Spanish Intelligence Backed by the CIA and the Pentagon Plays Games in Venezuela The arrival of Lt. Gen. Vicente Díaz de Villegas who claimed to have retired and to be traveling as an ordinary tourist to Venezuela naturally put Sebin, … Continue reading
Posted in Latin America - Caribic, News Tagged ABC, Anti-Terrorism, Chavez, CIA, Counter-Terrorism, de villegas, defense intelligence agency, dia, ETA, Foreign Legion, global security, Intelligence, international terrorism, Latin America - Caribic, Lt. Gen. Vicente Díaz de Villegas, Media and Intelligence, military competence, NATO, NATO hegemony, Nil Nikandrov, nsnbc, Politics, Spanish Intelligence, Strategic Culture Foundation, the 4th media, USCENTCOM, venezuela, Villegas Leave a comment
Real cowards go to Tehran
By Pepe Escobar Imagine the classic United States neo-conservative wet dream; staring at Iran on a map and salivating about the crossroads between Europe and Asia, between the Arab world and the Indian subcontinent, between the Arabian Sea and Central … Continue reading
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The National Counsel of Syria and U.S. Unconventional Warfare.
The National Counsel of Syria and U.S. Unconventional Warfare. By Dr. Christof Lehmann Depending on which particular Middle Eastern or North African nation´s “Arab Spring Revolution one analyses, the final analysis will invariably result in them being hybrid strategies of … Continue reading
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