New at Strategic Culture Foundation 30 December 2012 – 5 January 2013: USA / Kyrgyzstan / Zbigniew Brzezinski

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US Federal Reserve System Should Be Nationalized

03.01.2013 | 00:00 | Olga SHEDROVA

The United States is the only state in the world destitute of the right to issue its own currency. The role of central bank is carried out by the Federal Reserve System – a joint stock company created by 12 Federal Reserve Banks created in their turn by commercial banks on a territorial basis. The state has no money. Continue reading this...

Stop NATO News: March 14, 2012: Western Demands For Syrian Regime Change Fuel Conflict: Russia

14 March 2012 — Stop NATO

  • UN: Russia Calls For Probe Into NATO’s “Massive Bombings” In Libya
  • Western Demands For Syrian Regime Change Fuel Conflict: Russia
  • Caucasus, Central Asia: “Arab Spring” Brings Destabilization To Russia’s Borders
  • U.S. Drone Strikes Kill At Least 16 In Pakistan
  • No Missile Shield Deal Likely By NATO Summit: Russia
  • CIA Chief, Turkish Prime Minister Conspire On Syria, Kurdistan Workers Party
  • 580,000 U.S. Troops Transit Yearly: Pentagon Chief In Kyrgyzstan
  • Six Facilities In Europe, Africa, Middle East: U.S. Navy Holds Exercise
  • Thailand Hosts Joint Air Drills With U.S., Singapore
  • U.S. Marines Train Ugandan Troops For Wars Abroad, At Home
  • Uganda: U.S. Army Builds Combat Interoperability With African Militaries

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Stop NATO News: December 3, 2011

3 December 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Anti-NATO Protests Spread Across Pakistan
  • U.S. NATO Envoy: Missile Shield ‘Whether Russia Likes It Or Not’
  • ThalesRaytheon Awarded NATO Interceptor Missile Upgrade Contract
  • NATO Deploys Armored Vehicles Against Kosovo Serbs
  • Genocide Of The Serbian People: Russia To Send Observers To Kosovo
  • Historic Summit: Community Of Latin American, Caribbean States Founded In Venezuela
  • China, Russia Should Halt West’s Rush To War Against Iran
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Libyan war updates/Stop NATO news: June 11, 2011: NATO Air Strike Kills Algerian Family In Libya

11 June 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO’s Air War In Libya: 10,570 Air Missions, 3,999 Strike Sorties
  • NATO Air Strike Kills Algerian Family In Libya
  • Libya Claims To Have Shot Down Three NATO Helicopters
  • Unrest In Arab World Heightens Turkey’s NATO Role
  • Kyrgyzstan: NATO Central Asian Office Ratified
  • NATO Headquarters: Cooperation With Azerbaijan Discussed

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Libyan war updates/Stop NATO news: May 21, 2011: NATO Provokes Humanitarian Crisis By Bombing Tripoli Port

21 May 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO’s Libyan Air War: Over 7,500 Flights, Nearly 3,000 Combat Missions
  • Libya: NATO Provokes Humanitarian Crisis By Bombing Tripoli Port
  • Canada Expends Hundreds Of Bombs, $300 Million On Libyan War
  • Russia: NATO Wages War For “Regime Change” In Libya
  • U.S.-NATO European Missile Shield Targets Russia, General Claims
  • Russia Tests Nuclear Missile Amid Missile Shield Row With U.S.
  • Russia: U.S. Missile System To Extend To Czech Republic, Bulgaria And Turkey
  • U.S. Assurances On Interceptor Missiles Ring Hollow: Russia
  • U.S. Uses Bulgarian Military Bases For Free
  • German Troops Kill, Wound Afghan Protesters
  • Central Asia Envoy: NATO Won’t Leave Afghanistan In 2014
  • “Tulip Revolution II” Moving Kyrgyzstan Into NATO Column?
  • U.S. Strengthens Military, Strategic Ties With Saudi Arabia
  • After North Africa And Somalia: French Warships Head To Indonesia

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Stop NATO News: 20 May, 2011

20 May 2011 — Stop NATO

Updates on Libyan war: May 20

Anti-war essays, poems, short stories and literary excerpts

  • U.S. Missile System In Europe Real Threat To Russia: Generals
  • Russian Chief Of Staff: Nuclear Parity With U.S. Could Be Disrupted
  • Missile Shield: Security Sphere Can Be Rolled Back To Reagan Era – Russian President
  • U.S. Interceptor Missiles Pose Threat To Russian Nuclear Deterrent
  • Ukraine To Hold Talks With U.S. Romania On NATO Missile Shield
  • Russian General Staff: No Iranian, North Korean Missile Threats To US, NATO Nations
  • NATO To Move Central Asian Office To Kyrgyzstan
  • U.S. Kills At Least 225 Pakistanis In 31 Drone Strikes This Year
  • Pakistani Opposition Party To Block NATO Supplies Over Drone Killings
  • Anti-NATO Protest Staged In Another Afghan Province
  • France Backs Further NATO Integration Of United Arab Emirates

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Strategic Culture Foundation 9-15 October, 2010: Kyrgyzstan / Taliban / Kosovo / Pakistan / Russia-China / North Korea

16 October, 2010 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Post-Election Kyrgyzstan: Shadows of Akayev and Bakiyev

15.10.2010 | 10:34 | SHUSTOV Aleksandr
Perhaps the most striking feature of the recent campaign in Kyrgyzstan was the unprecedented number of parties in the race – a total of 29 of them competed over the parliament’s 129 seats. The proliferation of political parties reflected the structure of the Kyrgyz society which tends to function as a conglomerate of  regional clans… Kyrgyzstan’s new parliament will be carved up by a northern and a southern coalition considering that the shadows of former Kyrgyz presidents Askar Akayev and Kurmanbek Bakiyev can be discerned behind some of the parties that won the recent elections…

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IPS News Iraq & the Middle East 13 October, 2010: MIDEAST: But the Coffins Do Come In

13 October, 2010 — IPS

MIDEAST: But the Coffins Do Come In
Mohammed Omer
GAZA CITY, Oct 13 – Samir Tahseen Al-Nadeem died after waiting 35 days for an exit permit for treatment for his heart condition. He was 26. The medicines he needed could not get in. But the coffins do.

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Strategic culture foundation online magazine latest publications from 1-8 August, 2010

6 August, 2010 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Tensions over the European External Action Service

“The situation is unfolding on the UN highest court’s verdict on Kosovo’s independence. Now that the legality of Kosovo’s 2008 declaration of independence from Serbia has been recognized, the West seems to be pushing forward its ‘offensive’ on the Bosnian Republika Srpska to achieve success on this stage of anti-Serbian strategy as well…”

New Dimensions of Decay in US Capitalism

“The first year and a half of Barrack Obama’s Presidency have delivered no shortage of disappointments to America. On issues ranging from the protection of civil rights to medical insurance reform, from environmental policy to economic inequality, from financial sector reform to military aggression, and any number of others, the administration has failed to accomplish or even strive for solutions that would reflect the interests of the mass of the population…”

Aleksandr SHUSTOV
Endangered Kyrgyzstan

“The coming withdrawal of the US-led Western coalition from Afghanistan is becoming a prologue to the repatriation of field commanders to Tajikistan and other Central Asian republics. The Talibs will no doubt provide them with secure backing in Afghanistan. Thus, the forecasts that the presence of Russia’s special forces in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, which are CSTO members, will become necessary this fall are realistic…”

Middle East at the Point of Boiling

“The truth is that the UN peacekeepers deployed at the Golan Heights are basically safeguarding the interests of Israel. Separating the aggressor and the victims of aggression is hardy the right way to bring the conflict to its final point. Reassuring UN reports notwithstanding, it will still be the point of boiling…”

Hiroshima and Modernity

“Sixty five years ago, on August 6, 1945, US bomber B-29 dropped a nuclear bomb which was roughly 2,000 times more powerful than the biggest munitions used over the entire past history on the Japanese city of Hiroshima…”

New violence hits Kyrgyzstan

5 August, 2010 — on Youtube

Police in Kyrgyzstan have used live rounds and tear gas to break up anti-government protesters, just outside the capital Bishkek. Riot police, who’ve been on standby, opened fire after being attacked with stones. RT’s Katerina Azarova was first to report the news from Bishkek

Strategic culture foundation online magazine latest publications from 26 June – 3 July, 2010

3 July, 2010 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Atai MOLDOBAEV (Kyrgyzstan)
Origin of Kyrgyz Divide Between North and South
“Relations between the northern and the southern parts of Kyrgyzstan had always attracted much attention from the Soviet power elite and remain a primary concern in today’s Kyrgyz Republic. Regional authorities in the north and in the south, both seeking dominance in the region, continue to rely on the outdated system of tribal ties… The divide between the north and the south has played a crucial role in the Kyrgyz home policies after 1991. And each time a new ‘faction’ seizes power, its members are trying to diminish influence of the ousted clans…”

A tiny island called Great Britain
“England was acting as a terrorist state for centuries consistently pursing its expansionist policy… England took maximum advantage of its geographical position. Having no direct contact with hostile nations it had been constantly intriguing, shamelessly using the weakness of the European countries which had to fight with the enemies of the Christian Europe. The British diplomacy succeeded in sharing its experience with the US…”

The Kyrgyz crisis and regional security
“The crisis in the Central Asian state of Kyrgyzstan no doubt holds out grave implications for regional security and India cannot remain impervious to them. Kyrgyzstan too is a land-locked country like Afghanistan that at once becomes highly susceptible to foreign interference. Again, the deepening crisis in Kyrgyzstan contains a mirror image of almost all the elements associated with the Afghan civil war. The international community’s reaction to the Kyrgyz crisis, especially the glaring absence of a coordinated regional response, is bound to cast shadows on the endgame in Afghanistan…”

Dangerous games of Great Romanian patriots
“One more confrontation line has emerged in Moldova constantly shaken by internal political crises. At an emergency session on June 28, the ruling “Alliance for European Integration” decided to abolish the decree signed by the interim president Mihai Ghimpu declaring June 28 as the Soviet occupation day and a day of mourning for the victims of totalitarian communism… Almost simultaneously with Ghimpu’s decree the Romanian president Traian Basescu submitted a draft of the national defense strategy to the parliament. In this document Russia was regarded as a source of external threat because its troops are deployed near the Romanian border in Moldova’s TransDniester region…”

Can Petraeus repeat the Iraq story?
“Washington is well-placed today to exploit the contradictions in the relationships among regional powers – Russia-Iran, Russia-Uzbekistan, Russia-Tajikistan, China-India, China-Russia, Pakistan-India, Iran-India – and to strike “grand bargains” with some of them… The Anglo-American strategy aims at transforming the war in Afghanistan whereby western troops will not get killed anymore so that western military presence in the Central Asian region can continue without the domestic public opinion getting exacerbated on that score…”

Kyrgyzstan News Links 29 June, 2010: Epoch Times – Russia Snubs New Kyrgyzstan Constitution

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URUK Net 22 June, 2010: Continued Ethnic Cleansing and Measures Aimed at Creating Jewish Majority in Occupied Jerusalem

URUK Net 22 June, 2010: Continued Ethnic Cleansing and Measures Aimed at Creating Jewish Majority in Occupied Jerusalem

Gaza’s humanitarian crisis is not a surprise—it’s what we wanted
By Geoffrey Aronson
June 22, 2010 – …The failure of the international community to confront Israel’s decision to isolate Gaza from Israel and the West Bank is at the root of the web of crises centered on Gaza today. However understandable the international focus on Gaza’s humanitarian emergency, what is at issue is the fact that Gaza’s current nightmare is the consequence of Israel’s continuing effort to separate the political, economic, and security destiny of the West Bank from that of the Gaza Strip—an objective that the international community has tacitly supported because of opposition to Hamas’ rule in Gaza…

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Information Clearing House Newsletter 22 June, 2010: The Runaway General

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