Russia and China connecting continents with soft power – Matt Ehret

A conversation with author and historian Matt Ehret covering Russian and Chinese global ‘soft power’ initiatives. Unlike Western neocolonialism which has destroyed and divided continents and destabilised sovereign nations to enable the plunder of resources and has stunted development of ‘third world’ countries and peoples – the Russian and Chinese model is based upon unification of continents and ‘win, win’.

How the Cold War, Which Never Actually Stopped, Actually Started

This was FDR’s view and Stalin’s view. They both agreed to disagree together against Churchill’s view that a major power should be allowed to intervene outside of its own neighborhood or to “have an empire.” (In today’s billionaires’ updated and far more hypocritical version of the pro-imperialistic argument, such as George Soros’s argument, the case for imperialism is “R2P” or “the rulers of a sovereign state have a responsibility to protect [‘R2P’] the state’s citizens.

The OPCW join the Navalny “poison” cocktail party

The OPCW’s joining the poison cocktail party this week is just another blow to that organisation’s credibility. The 193-nation body has since its inception in 1997 devolved into serving as a propaganda tool for the United States and its NATO allies. Remember its first director José Bustani – a man of principle – was ousted in 2002 under pressure from the US because he would not go along with false claims about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Ever since, the OCPW has become a shameless conduit for Western powers.

SYRIA: Victory or the End of Humanity, Why Russia Got Involved ~ by, Andre Vltchek

Commemorating Russian martyrs fighting alongside SAA in Syria, defending Syrian sovereignty against NATO-member-financed terrorism.  Andre Vltchek in 2015 NEO Historically and intuitively, Russia has fought for the survival of humanity. Of course, things are not always pronounced or defined in such terms. However, already on several occasions, this enormous country has stood up against the…

Russia And Qatar: Back Channel Diplomacy Over Syria

Andrew Korybko for Global Research Two of the world’s seemingly most unlikely partners, Russia and Qatar, have been moving closer to one another over the past year in spite of their polar opposite views towards the War on Syria. It’s well known among the global public how Moscow supports the democratically elected and legitimate leadership…