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Divide and conquer: Macron uses trade unions against pension protesters

Divide and conquer: Macron uses trade unions against pension protesters

Emmanuel Macron's aide recently announced the government's plan to discredit the protests against proposed pension reforms.
12/14/2019
Jeffrey Epstein & Ruling Class Co-Conspirators: Crimes That Go Unpunished

Jeffrey Epstein & Ruling Class Co-Conspirators: Crimes That Go Unpunished

We may never know the details surrounding Epstein’s death, but...
12/12/2019
Algeria: a popular revolution or Western intervention?

Algeria: a popular revolution or Western intervention?

Protests in Algeria seem real, but the Westerners have intervened
12/09/2019
Will Yemen secede?

Will Yemen secede?

The historic war between South Yemen and North Yemen has resumed, and the country is once again at risk of secession.
12/08/2019

From the Greek revolt to the Battle of England: hopes and difficulties of the European (radical) left

The Brexit and EU question, under the light of the accumulated experience of a decade of unsuccessful efforts to oppose neoliberalism in Europe
12/08/2019
Escalation in Tripoli: Libya caught in international crossfire

Escalation in Tripoli: Libya caught in international crossfire

The situation in Libya today is a direct result of the West's campaign to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi, a project which plunged the country into a bloody civil war.
12/07/2019

The Geopolitics of the British Election

The British elections scheduled to take place on December 12th constitute a milestone for the evolution of the European and global situation.
12/05/2019
NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

Today, Turkey is the least of NATO's problems: the contradictions have grown much deeper than a single wayward member of the alliance
12/05/2019

‘Mavi Vatan’: perspectives of Turkish sea power

“The one who rules the seas, rules the world” Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa, Grand Admiral of the Turkish Fleet in the sixteenth century
12/04/2019

Severing the Third Hand in Iran

Iranian Authorities knew well that their decision to triple the price of gasoline was going to lead to strong civil dissatisfaction, and that people would likely take to the streets to express their opposition to the measure
12/02/2019
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Divide and conquer: Macron uses trade unions against pension protesters

Divide and conquer: Macron uses trade unions against pension protesters

Emmanuel Macron's aide recently announced the government's plan to discredit the protests against proposed pension reforms.
12/14/2019
Jeffrey Epstein & Ruling Class Co-Conspirators: Crimes That Go Unpunished

Jeffrey Epstein & Ruling Class Co-Conspirators: Crimes That Go Unpunished

We may never know the details surrounding Epstein’s death, but...
12/12/2019
Algeria: a popular revolution or Western intervention?

Algeria: a popular revolution or Western intervention?

Protests in Algeria seem real, but the Westerners have intervened
12/09/2019
Will Yemen secede?

Will Yemen secede?

The historic war between South Yemen and North Yemen has resumed, and the country is once again at risk of secession.
12/08/2019
From the Greek revolt to the Battle of England: hopes and difficulties of the European (radical) left

From the Greek revolt to the Battle of England: hopes and difficulties of the European (radical) left

The Brexit and EU question, under the light of the accumulated experience of a decade of unsuccessful efforts to oppose neoliberalism in Europe
12/08/2019
Escalation in Tripoli: Libya caught in international crossfire

Escalation in Tripoli: Libya caught in international crossfire

The situation in Libya today is a direct result of the West's campaign to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi, a project which plunged the country into a bloody civil war.
12/07/2019
The Geopolitics of the British Election

The Geopolitics of the British Election

The British elections scheduled to take place on December 12th constitute a milestone for the evolution of the European and global situation.
12/05/2019
NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

Today, Turkey is the least of NATO's problems: the contradictions have grown much deeper than a single wayward member of the alliance
12/05/2019
‘Mavi Vatan’: perspectives of Turkish sea power

‘Mavi Vatan’: perspectives of Turkish sea power

“The one who rules the seas, rules the world” Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa, Grand Admiral of the Turkish Fleet in the sixteenth century
12/04/2019
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