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Political Landscape of Europe. The Spectre of Geopolitical Solitude

... establishment in the United States still sets the tone in shaping these perceptions in the West, although the uniformity of the Euro-Atlantic region is withering away. An obvious example is the G7 summit in Quebec in June, which ended in fiasco with Donald Trump withdrawing his signature from the final communiqué. The refusal was accompanied by harsh criticism of Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, whom Trump accused of lying and undermining the agreements1 reached in La Malbaie. Deconstruction ...


Russia Is Being Used As a Meme in U.S. Politics

... isn’t reflected in the behavior of Western powers. Even though there is a very tense relationship with, say, the United States, Germany, France or even Britain, their policies don’t reflect the view that Russia is a significant threat. Look at Donald Trump, for example, and his behavior vis-a-vis Russia. No one would treat a superpower the way he does, canceling meetings last-minute by tweet, despite the fact that the previous tweet two hours ago said exactly the opposite. This is not the way ...


The Second American Revolution – Abbreviated Reflections

... Clinton, as I stated in my open letter to then Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is the ultimate manifestation in one person of treason, pedophilia, electoral fraud, and charity fraud. She is not hanging from a tree today because Donald Trump is extremely clever, and understands that Dick Cheney must hang first (for 9/11), to eliminate any possible criticism of partisan bias. The odds of Donald Trump winning the election were 200-1 at worst, 20-1 at best. He did not want to win,...


Trump-Putin-Xi: Reflections on What Is Not Visible…

... Blog, 11 October 2018. [9] Although the BRICS have been working on a new economic ecology including alternatives to the World Bank, SWIFT, and other elements of the Deep State financial network, only recently has it been realized that the election of Donald Trump activated a US counter-part to the Chinese-Russian plan, in full collaboration. A few people are writing about this, see for instance Wayne Jett, “Trump in Context: White Hats vs. Ruling Elite,” Classical Capital, 23 October 2018. Completely ...


New U.S. Cybersecurity Strategies

... and mechanisms for reducing cyberthreats. Unfortunately, all agreements were frozen following the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis. And they cannot be considered tenable under current conditions, as all attempts to bring them back to life have failed. Donald Trump: America First Pavel Sharikov: Information as a Factor of U.S. Smart Strategy The new Strategy is a logical continuation of the policy of recent years and is now enshrined at the doctrinal level. As we have already mentioned , it resembles ...


While Moscow Talks About Treaties, the Deep State is Starting World War III – Now – This Month!

... 15 of them) this past year – each easily repurposed for firing banned ground-based cruise missiles. We have three rogues at NATO, the third being Kay Bailey Hutchison, a woman who may have inadvertently revealed that the Deep State (not President Donald Trump and probably not Secretary of Defense James Mattis either) is planning a first-strike on Russia this year, before Russia completes its modernization program in 2020-2022.[vi] I am an old spy, and I ran a false flag operations for the Central ...


Back to Pershings: What the U.S. Withdrawal From the 1987 INF Treaty Means

... Nuclear Forces Treaty, or INF. It’s in line with the U.S. president’s general approach to foreign policy: he renounces agreements that he believes to be unfavorable to the United States. In this light, it’s unlikely that this recent decision by Donald Trump was conceived as a bargaining chip in negotiations with Moscow. From the political standpoint, Trump’s coup de theatre on the eve of U.S. congressional elections deals a blow to his critics, who constantly rebuke the president for appeasing ...


How Dostoevsky Helps Explain Political Struggle in America

Given the current realities, Russia is a good fit for devil’s role Fyodor Dostoyevsky is one of the most well-known Russian writers in the West. He is often quoted during discussions about the “mysterious Russian soul.” Indeed, the classical literature of any country helps readers better understand its culture. However, very few people would think about using Dostoevsky for understanding not so much Russia as the West itself. What is happening today in the United States provides a good opportunity...


Russia-US Relations: Slow Steps with Timid Zigzags

The second Putin —Trump summit should not be a repetition of the first The second full-fledged Russian-American summit meeting is postponed until 2019. It is unlikely to be held in January or February – everything will depend on the still poorly predictable dynamics of the domestic political situation in the United States. Anyway, as the presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov optimistically noted recently, even before the end of the year Trump and Putin could meet on the sidelines of various multilateral...


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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
    Demilitarization of the region based on Russia-China "Dual Freeze" proposal  
     36 (35%)
    Restoring multilateral negotiation process without any preliminary conditions  
     27 (26%)
    While the situation benefits Kim Jong-un's and Trump's domestic agenda, there will be no solution  
     22 (21%)
    Armed conflict still cannot be avoided  
     12 (12%)
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