Military Deployment in Ukraine: Is a War in Eastern Europe on the Horizon?

Yoselina Guevara NATO member states began deploying more ships and fighter jets to Eastern Europe on Monday, January 24, in an effort to bolster the deterrence and defense of the Western military bloc as Russia continues to place troops along the Ukrainian border. In an official posting on the Atlantic Alliance website NATO Secretary General…

NATO’s Tentacles from Europe to Latin America

Geraldina Colotti Colombian President Duque welcomes NATO International analysts are often, and understandably, asked whether there will be a change in U.S. foreign policy depending on whether a Republican or Democratic president rules the White House. Since, for a Marxist, it is always a good idea to flee from Manichaeism and look at the concrete…

US and EU Manipulate Libya’s Leadership through Stephanie Williams

Vladimir Odintsov On December 24, 2021, Libya was supposed to hold a popular vote for the country’s first president, but it never did. If “outside players” had not interfered in the general elections, these would have been held long ago, Libyans and many observers believe. However, the US, which has a direct interest in establishing its…

UK Team Met in Venezuela to Promote British Energy Interests

John McEvoy Venezuela’s capital Caracas (Photo: Stig Nygaard / CC 2.0) The head of a secretive British government “reconstruction” unit held meetings in Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, to plan for UK involvement in the country’s energy sector. A record of the meetings is included in documents released under the UK’s Freedom of Information Act, but which…

Citizen’s Revolution: Interview with Jean-Luc Mélenchon

Redacción Chile The fate of Europe is at stake in the French presidential elections next April. What will change if Jean-Luc Mélenchon is elected? Here is part of the answer. A long and in-depth interview that goes into theoretical and practical aspects of the struggle against capitalism. Moving away from the banal repetition of worn-out…

NATO Is and Always Was a Threat to African Independence

Yves Engler Protests in Sebha over election postponement Another election postponement in Libya is a reminder that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is a threat to Africans. Last month, Libyan presidential elections were postponed partly out of fear that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi would win. He is the son of former strongman Muammar Gaddafi who was overthrown…

Ukraine: The West Has Paved the Road to War with Lies

Jan Oberg, Ph.D While this is being written, tension builds up around the more comprehensive Ukraine conflict formation. If this blows up in real war – God forbid! – the main reason will be three serious lies disseminated by the NATO side. Lies are used in so-called security politics when some militarist project doesn’t make…

Treaty for Peace: Washington Refuses to Hear Russia and China

Thierry Meyssan During the whole week, Moscow has been waiting for an answer to its proposal for a Treaty guaranteeing peace. Washington has never mentioned it. On the contrary, it has accused Russia of preparing to attack Ukraine and of planning a false flag operation to justify it. Russia can no longer back down, but…

Mali Cancels Military Agreements with France

Voltairenet On 10 January 2022, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) decided to close land and air borders between member-countries and ali and to freeze assets of the Republic of Mali in ECOWAS Central Banks, as sanctions in response to the announcement by the transitional authorities to postpone the presidential election to the…

Turkey Draws Closer to the US and Europe

M. K. Bhadrakumar A US Navy destroyer crosses the Bosphorus to enter the Black Sea, as tensions simmer around Ukraine. (File photo)  Being a “swing state” may have tactical advantages but when life gets tough and the tough gets going, there could be consequences. Turkey once faced such a moment of truth a hundred years ago. It faces…