Nuclear Weapons

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The Real Story On Iran, U.S., Russia, And China – OpEd

By Pepe Escobar, Sputnik News The real story is, and will continue to be, how Iran, the key power in Southwest Asia, is about to be positioned in the nonstop complex ballet between the US, Russia and China. That’s one of the key vectors of the New Great Game in Eurasia. The real story was never … Continue reading

The Breakdown Of U.S.-Israeli Relations Brings Us Several Steps Closer To World War III – OpEd

In the past 40 years, we have never been closer to World War III than we are today. By Michael Snyder If you ask Americans to name what area of the globe they believe World War III will begin, the number one choice by a landslide would probably be the Middle East.  And thanks to … Continue reading

What The BRICS And Germany Are Really Up To – OpEd

By Pepe Escobar Winston Churchill once said, “I feel lonely without a war.” He also badly missed the loss of empire. Churchill’s successor – the ‘Empire of Chaos’ – now faces the same quandary. Some wars – as in Ukraine, by proxy – are not going so well. And the loss of empire increasingly manifests itself … Continue reading

North Korea Developing Submarine Capable Of Launching Ballistic Missile, Kyodo Says

North Korea is developing a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) according to a report on Friday from Japan’s Kyodo News Agency, who cited a senior United States military commander. According to Kyodo, Cecil Haney, a U.S. Navy admiral who currently serves as Commander of the U.S. Strategic Command, made the remark during testimony at a hearing at U.S. congress. The … Continue reading

China Now Has More Submarines Than The U.S., Vice Admiral Says

China now has a larger submarine fleet than that United States, U.S. Vice Admiral Joseph Mulloy told lawmakers on Wednesday. Testifying before a congressional committee on Wednesday, Vice Admiral Mulloy, the deputy chief of naval operations for capabilities and resources, told the House Armed Services Committee’s seapower subcommittee that China is building “some fairly amazing submarines” and their … Continue reading

Saudi Arabia May Allow Israel To Use Airspace For Possible Air Strikes On Iran

Saudi Arabia has reportedly offered to allow Israeli fighter jets use its national airspace to attack Iran when necessary, in exchange for Israel making progress in peace talks with Palestine, a senior European Official says, according to the Jerusalem Post (JPost) and the Times of Israel. Saudi Arabia has expressed their willingness to cooperate with Israel on Iran — which includes using Saudi … Continue reading

Putin And Iran’s ‘Game Changer’ – OpEd

By F. William Engdahl The dynamics of Russian foreign policy since the USA has forced a de facto declaration of war via financial and economic sanctions against Russia is impressive to put it mildly. Whether it will suffice to break the economic siege of Washington and open the way for a genuine global economic alternative to … Continue reading

Pakistan-India: New Phase Of Nuclear Tensions

By Natalya Zamarayeva “Pakistan reserves the right to safeguard its national security interests; the operationalisation of Indo-US nuclear deal for political and economic expediencies would have a detrimental impact on deterrence stability in South Asia,” the foreign minister of Pakistan said, describing the outcome of the visit of President Barack Obama to India in the … Continue reading

Four Ways The West Got The Iran Nuclear Issue Wrong – OpEd

By Gareth Porter For more than three decades, the United States and its European allies have committed one fundamental error after another in the process of creating a commonly held narrative that Iran was secretly pursuing a nuclear weapons programme. The story of how suspicions of the Iranian programme hardened into convictions is a cautionary … Continue reading

“Russia Must Keep The U.S. At Gunpoint”

Russia’s military doctrine can be updated and altered against the changing nature of threats. Pravda.Ru interviewed President of the International Center for Geopolitical Analysis, Doctor of Historical Sciences Leonid Ivashov, about the current state of affairs in the military doctrine of the Russian Federation. “The concluding part of the military doctrine from 2010 states that … Continue reading

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