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Moon of Alabama has an article out on how an uncomfortable number of relatively restraint-oriented foreign policy officials have been exiting the Biden administration, while a China hawk has just been appointed the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs o

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One maddening feature of foreign policy debates in the United States is how frequently journalists and policy experts fail to challenge dominant narratives even when those narratives have glaring defects.

Article Image, By James Howard Kunstler

"Who would have thought in 2020 when they were voting for Joe, that they were voting for the most hardcore accelerationist collapsitarian candidate in history." -- Deep South SR on Twitter

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Two days ago, I posted an article entitled "Time to Revisit the Maria Butina Case," which showed that when it comes to playing the game of taking "political hostages," the U.S. government is certainly no piker.

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Choosing war is the most important policy decision Washington makes on behalf of the American people.

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One of the many, many signs that Australia is nothing more than a US military and intelligence asset is the way its government has consistently refused to intervene to protect Australian citizen Julian Assange from political persecution at the hands

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To "Defend National Interests" As Putin Confirms Xi Visit Despite all latest among Washington's repeat warnings to Beijing against strategic or military cooperation with Moscow, China is now pledging to "join forces" with "like-minded" partner Rus

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A year ago today (on Dec. 30, 2021) U.S. President Joe Biden, in a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, assured him that "Washington had no intention of deploying offensive strike weapons in Ukraine."