Strategic Culture

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  • Forget Annexing Greenland, Start Breaking up America
    Doug BANDOW President Donald Trump wants to purchase Greenland, a self-governing territory of Denmark. “Strategically, it’s interesting,” he observed, though “it is not number one on the burner.” Alas, the Danes aren’t impressed. “Greenland is not for sale. Greenland is not Danish. Greenland belongs to Greenland,” said Denmark’s Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. Greenlanders were a bit blunter. Inuit Maya Sialuk told the Wall Street Journal: “We are still trying to recover from a colonization period of ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 23-08-2019
    3 giorni ago
  • Is Greenland the Last Chance to Make America Great Again?
    Donald Trump as a non-politician who immediately made the jump to politics winning the highest office in the land is abnormal and this abnormality in his background certainly makes him a more unpredictable and refreshing leader, even if some of his musings are a big odd or out of left field. This time it’s Trump’s desire to up and buy Greenland out right, that is making American and global headlines. But why is he trying ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 23-08-2019
    3 giorni ago
  • G7: An Obsolete, Useless Talking Shop
    The Group of Seven (G7) self-declared advanced nations meet this weekend in France for their 45th annual summit. US President Donald Trump caused a stir ahead of the gathering in Biarritz when he remarked that Russia should be included in the format, thereby making it a G8 summit. “Russia should be at the negotiating table,” said Trump, in a rare moment of lucidity. His view of including Moscow appears to be shared by France’s President ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 23-08-2019
    3 giorni ago
  • US Reprehensibly Inciting New Global Arms Race
    Russia and China are right to condemn the testing this week of an INF-busting new missile by the US. Washington is brazenly jeopardizing global security under the usual cynical guise of “defense”. Washington launched a ground-based cruise missile off the coast of California. It was reportedly a Tomahawk-type nuclear-capable warhead, but the Pentagon said it was conventionally armed. The projectile apparently succeeded in hitting its target after more than 500 kilometers of flight. The testing ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 23-08-2019
    3 giorni ago
  • America’s Criminal New Sanctions Against Venezuela Are a Consequence of Its Failed Regime-Change Strategy
    Sanctions against the people A new embargo against Venezuela became effective on August 5th through an Executive Order signed by United States President Donald Trump, titled “Executive Order on Blocking Property of the Government of Venezuela.” This new executive order against the Bolivarian Republic came with the usual mantra from the media that the sanctions do not affect the Venezuelan people but the “Maduro regime.” Although the Executive Order directly indicates the blockade of all ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 22-08-2019
    4 giorni ago
  • The Media’s Massive Credibility Problem
    L. Brent BOZELL III On her weekly Sinclair TV show, “Full Measure,” on Aug. 18, former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson interviewed pollster Scott Rasmussen about journalists’ standing in the public square. They’re about as trusted as Wikipedia, the website considered so unreliable that school teachers often tell students they can’t cite it as a source for their research papers. Only 38 percent said national political coverage is accurate and reliable, while 42 percent said it is ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 22-08-2019
    4 giorni ago
  • Can Trump Get Out Of Afghanistan?
    With a peace agreement between the US and the Taliban nearly completed, will President Trump be able to do what his two predecessors were unable to do – end the US military’s 18 year war on Afghanistan? ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 22-08-2019
    4 giorni ago
  • Lindsey Graham’s Blank Check. Why a Defense Agreement With Israel Would Be a Disaster for Americans
    Two world wars began because of unconditional pledges made by one country to come to assistance of another. On July 5, 1914, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany pledged his country’s complete support for whatever response Austria-Hungary would choose to make against Serbia after the June 28th assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by a Serbian nationalist during an official visit to Sarajevo, Bosnia. This fatal error went down in history as Germany’s carte blanche ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Strategic CulturePubblicato 22-08-2019
    4 giorni ago

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