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U.S. Shows the Exit Ramp to Russia

Getting off your high horse is never easy and it remains to be seen how deftly Moscow navigates its path in the downstream of President Vladimir Putin’s 50-minute phone conversation Thursday with his American counterpart Joe Biden.

The Judicial Kidnapping of Julian Assange

What was truly shocking in the British court verdict was that the judges showed no hesitation in sending Julian Assange to his death, living or otherwise. They offered no mitigation, no suggestion that they had agonized over legalities or even basic morality.

How China Is Addressing Education Inequality

The ‘double reduction’ policy of minimising financial burden on parents and children can be seen as the government’s affirmation that the minds and health of students and families come before the pockets of investors and billionaires.

Chile Is at the Dawn of a New Political Era

The search for the new era in Chile has two important avenues: the writing of the new constitution, which is what the 155 members of the Constitutional Convention are doing, and the presidential election to be held on November 21, 2021.

Turkmenistan Joins Regional Consensus on Supporting the Taliban

The Turkmenistan president Berdimuhamedow probably spoke for the region when he said in his speech at the UNGA earlier this week: “The situation there is not easy, the government and public institutions that are being formed are very fragile. This is why assessing the situation in the country requires ultimate consistency, prudence and responsibility — both in words and actions. “

How AUKUS May Damage NATO

The fallout over the AUKUS deal, as we are now seeing, has been a severe rift in relations between two historic allies, the U.S. and France. And the collateral damage may also include NATO.

Meet the Biden Advisor Who Wants a Cold War with China

Corporate and military forces influenced Congress to undermine the former President of the United States, Grover Cleveland, and poisoned his foreign policy plans with the sovereign nation of Hawaii. A similar betrayal took place recently when President Joe Biden called President Xi Jinping of China on September 9, 2021.

Indigenous People of Brazil Fight for Their Future

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has given new license to the killing of Indigenous people in Brazil. Before he came to power in 2019, it wasn’t clear what he wanted to build, but he knew exactly who and what he wanted to destroy: the Indigenous people and the Amazon rainforest, respectively.

Rwanda’s Military Is the French Proxy on African Soil

Over July and August Rwandan soldiers were deployed in Mozambique, purportedly to fight ISIS terrorists. However, behind this campaign is French maneuvering that benefits an energy giant eager to exploit natural gas resources, and perhaps, some backroom deals over history.

A Day in the Death of British Justice

Journalist John Pilger examines the latest arguments presented by the U.S. in its bid to extradite Julian Assange, and the continuing persecution of the whistleblower and his partner Stella Moris.

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