A New Day Dawns – There Arises A ‘Community of Shared Destiny’

"A new Eurasia-led order encompassing the vast majority of the world’s population is a work in fast progress," says Pepe Escobar in this his latest article.  'Iran-Russia hit maximum strategy' - Pepe Escobar at The Cradle There is scant reference, other than in derisory terms, to the mostly dreamed up and supposedly current US-led world... Continue Reading →

Don’t Forget Syria

Rarely do I watch or listen to any online documentary interview (I think, showing my age, they are called 'podcasts' these days), even when accompanied by video, as this one is, but, released today by Aaron Maté, this interview with Australian academic Dr Tim Anderson, centred around the Syrian situation and probably prompted by the... Continue Reading →

United States Bull Shit Diplomacy (USBSD), or further abbreviated to USBS (since it is not limited to diplomacy)

Poor Sergei Lavrov and his colleagues in the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. They are obliged (sort of), by the rules of international diplomacy, to frequently sit and quietly listen to USBS - possibly several times a day, or at least several times a week - while trying to keep a serious face without smirking,... Continue Reading →

Interlude, Before Peace or War

Today, while we wait for the 'Afternoon Tea' to roll out and become history, I want to feature the latest post by Christopher Black, Canadian writer, who has just published an interesting piece on the same Russia-US imbroglio that has been my own focus for a while. And let's face it, what else is there... Continue Reading →

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