Transcarpathian Gambit By Alexander Donetsky

8 August 2014 — Strategic Culture Foundation

The third wave of mobilization is launched in Ukraine to compensate for losses suffered in Donbass. It hits big bumps on the way.  Nobody wants to be cannon fodder for the ruling regime to add to the death toll of thousands.  People run away from different regions of the country, even the ones situated far from the conflict zone, to find refuge in Russia. Many of them are male citizens of the right age to be called for military service.

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Washington Threatens The World By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

7 August 2014 — Global Research

The consequence of Washington’s reckless and irresponsible political and military interventions in Iraq, Libya, and Syria has been to unleash evil. The various sects that lived in peace under the rule of Saddam Hussein, Gaddafi, and Assad are butchering one another, and a new group, ISIS, is in the process of creating a new state out of parts of Iraq and Syria. 

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VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel News and Articles 8 August 2014: UN's Ban Ki-moon is a partner in Israel's crimes

8 August 2014 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Foreign Journalists Refuse to Meet Netanyahu’s Expectations
IMEMC – Foreign correspondents covering Gaza have rejected Israeli PM Netanyahu’s allegations regarding their reports, which have been described as “unbalanced” and “biased” towards Palestinians due to pressure exerted by Hamas. …
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A Slavyansk Farewell – Film by Alexander Kots & Dmitry Steshin

8 August 2014 —

Preamble: Our gratitude goes to our partners at Anti-Maidan.Com for preparing a superb translation of this landmark documentary film by Komsomolskaya Pravda (“KP”) journalists, Alexander Kots and Dmitry Steshin. Neither the film, nor the authors require any further introduction. Please watch, reflect, and share. Continue reading

New at Strategic Culture Foundation 3-9 August 2014

9 August 2014 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Will Cameron Prevail Over Germany?

09.08.2014 | 00:02 | Arkady DZIUBA

On August 4 Prime Minister David Cameron visited the NATO Allied headquarters in Brussels. Formally the event was timed with the marking the 100 year anniversary of the British Empire’s entrance into the First World War, but Russia and the events in Ukraine were the issues to dominate the discussions.
A few days before visiting HQ in Mons he had sent a letter to other NATO leaders. It says that as the mission in Afghanistan is winding up the alliance should re-focus on deterring Russia as before. The military expenditure of each member should not be lower than 2% of GDP.

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