30 March 2019 — Novara Media
30 March 2019 — Countercurrents
- “Russians will pay a price”: threatens U.S.
- Venezuela slams U.S. threats against Russia, reminds of Pentagon military activity
- Focus on actual activities: Venezuela tells U.S.
- “Do the right thing”, Venezuelan defense minister reminds Bolton
- US. asks EU to build up pressure on Venezuela’s Maduro with more sanctions
- US warns Turkey to halt its support for Maduro
- Venezuela to armor its electric system
- Russia to deepen cooperation with Venezuela military
30 March 2019 — MROnline
International Socialist Review, Issue #112 (Spring 2019)
It’s not hyperbole to say that the accelerating climate emergency, which is getting closer to spiraling out of control, is the most serious crisis that humanity has faced in its entire history. Two reports came out at the end of 2018 that ought to have put aside any doubt that we are facing an existential crisis that threatens the continued survival of advanced human societies and possibly even our continued existence as a species.
30 March 2019 — Global Research
Germany has still to recover from Hitler’s assumption to power.
Less than two years ago Montenegro became the 29th state to join NATO, an American-led military alliance that has become a far-reaching intervention force since the USSR’s demise. The accession of mighty Montenegro to NATO must have set hearts fluttering across the Atlantic in Washington.
30 March 2019 — Land Destroyer
(Tony Cartalucci – NEO) – That the “final stronghold” of the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) resides in US occupied territory in Syria says it all.
From US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) memos dating back to 2012 noting efforts to create a “Salafist” [Islamic] “principality” [State] in eastern Syria precisely where ISIS rose and now clings to its “final stronghold,” to the obvious fact that ISIS’ fighting capacity was only possible through extensive state sponsorship – it was already clear that the US and its partners in regime change against Syria had been using terrorists including ISIS as proxy ground forces.
30 March 2019 — New Eastern Outlook
Although a South China Morning Post news article of March 9 tried to dismiss a popular notion that there is going on a ‘clash of civilisations’ between the US and China and further showed that the present conflict between the two states could potentially be resolved by “reaching for universalist rather than nationalist values and principles”, the so-called universalism would remain a utopia as long as the nation-state continues to be the primary unit of international order, keeping the primacy of nationalist values and interests over universal. Its illustration can also be found in the strategic and security postures that the U.S., the so-called super-power clinging to the out-dated notion of unilateral hegemony, continues to develop in order to resist other powers’ rise and prevent its own downfall as the sole super-power.
29 March 2019 — TRNN
A third defeat for Theresa May’s Brexit plan sets up April 12 as the drop-dead date for an unlikely agreement in Parliament, a second referendum, a hard Brexit, or a general election where Jeremy Corbyn will present a progressive vision for Brexit and the future – Leo Panitch joins Paul Jay
30 March 2019 — The New Dark Age
There may be some duplication due to cross-posting
Two weeks inside one of Venezuela’s notorious ‘colectivos’
No request for phone call with Putin from US yet – Kremlin