NATO’s Worldwide Expansion in the Post-Cold World Era

12 October 2013 — Stop NATO

NATO’s Worldwide Expansion in the Post-Cold World Era Rick Rozoff

One of the most significant developments of the post-Cold War era, and certainly the most ominous, is the transformation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a military bloc created by the United States during the genesis of the Cold War in 1949, into one that has grown to encompass the entirety of Europe, has expanded military partnerships throughout the world and has waged war on three continents.

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Audio: Syria: The Next Domino to Fall? Is a Major US-NATO Military Intervention Looming?

13 May 2013 — Global Research News Hour Episode 26

By Michael WelchProf Michel ChossudovskyRick Rozoff

“To the best of our professional understanding, the regime has made use of deadly chemical weapons against the rebels in a number of incidents in the past.” Brig.-Gen. Itai Brun, the head of research and analysis in Israeli military intelligence [1] April 23, 2013

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NATO’s Worldwide Expansion in the Post-Cold World Era By Rick Rozoff

27 April 2013 — Global Research

One of the most significant developments of the post-Cold War era, and certainly the most ominous, is the transformation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a military bloc created by the United States during the genesis of the Cold War in 1949, into one that has grown to encompass the entirety of Europe, has expanded military partnerships throughout the world and has waged war on three continents.

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Hugo Chavez, Humble Man Who Transformed the World By Rick Rozoff and John Robles

7 March 2013 — Stop NATO

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He reconfigured the power relationships not only in the Western Hemisphere, but globally, in a way that could not have been foreseen. The head of state of a country that isn’t a tremendously large one, isn’t a tremendously powerful one, certainly not in military terms, but this is a man who made frequent visits to Russia, to the African continent, to the Middle East, to China, who cultivated relationships with the emerging multi-polar world…

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Mali: France’s New Afghanistan By He Wenping

23 January 2013 — Global Times

New Military Interventionism. France’s President Hollande has set a Dangerous Precedent

Since France launched military strikes against Mali rebels on January 11, the little-known West African country, which has been mired in a crisis for over a year, suddenly came under the media spotlight and made headlines around the world. In view of the developing situation on the ground, the high-profile move by French forces has directly turned the tables and objectively enhanced France’s influence in Africa while at the same time boosting its international status.

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“Fictitious Enemies” and “Combat Scenarios”: The Pentagon and NATO Rehearse for War against Russia? By Rick Rozoff

3 July, 2012 — Global Research – Stop NATO – 2012-07-02

Last month was a busy one for U.S.-NATO military exercises in the Baltic Sea. Three major multinational training exercises, including naval maneuvers, amphibious landings and preparation for deployment to Afghanistan, occurred in the region in June, in one case overlapping.

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NATO War Council To Target Syria By Rick Rozoff

26 June, 2012 — Global Research – Stop NATO

On Tuesday, June 26 Belgium time the North Atlantic Council, the highest governing body of the U.S.-dominated North Atlantic Treaty Organization military bloc, will take up the issue of Syria under provisions of its founding document that in the past ten and a half years have resulted in military deployments preparatory to and the subsequent waging of full-scale wars.
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Mali: U.S. Africa Command’s New War? By Rick Rozoff

15 February 2012 — Stop NATO

map-mali.pngThe press wires are reporting on intensified fighting in Mali between the nation’s military and ethnic Tuareg rebels of the Azawad National Liberation Movement in the north of the nation.

As the only news agencies with global sweep and the funds and infrastructure to maintain bureaus and correspondents throughout the world are those based in leading member states of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization – the Associated Press, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, BBC News and Deutsche Presse-Agentur – the coverage of ongoing developments in Mali, like those in most every other country, reflects a Western bias and a Western agenda.

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