In the past year, additional proof has emerged proving the West’s provocation of Russia to give it its “Vietnam” in Ukraine.
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Craig Murray: US Prolongs Ukraine War
With no hope of a ceasefire soon, Turkey has turned to the more limited goal of ensuring that grain supplies can be shipped out from the Black Sea through the Bosphorus.
Slippery Slope: New U.S. Advanced Weapons for Ukraine
The U.S.-made High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, also known as HIMARS, will give Ukraine the capability to strike Russian targets roughly 50 miles away with powerful, satellite-guided missiles.
US Makes Clear Its Aim Is to ‘Weaken’ Russia
The U.S. makes plain its plan is not just to win its proxy war in Ukraine, but to continue flooding the country with weapons systems and ammunition, long enough to “weaken” Russia, reports Joe Lauria.
On a Knife’s Edge in Ukraine
The settlement of the Ukraine war or its escalation to a NATO-Russia conflict with all that entails comes down to how far Ukraine will go to get the Western alliance involved in its war, writes Joe Lauria.
A New Cold War Versus an Overheating World
By 2049, Michael T. Klare says China will be a climate disaster zone, not a military superpower.
The New Cold War US-Japanese Summit
Joseph Gerson comments on the meeting that just took place in Washington between the leaders of the U.S. and Japan.