Tony Kevin says Putin was desperate for something other than this lose-lose outcome for both East and West.
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Cry ‘Havoc!’ — Unleash the Dogs of War
Warmongering is always disgusting, writes Craig Murray. But especially so when it’s done by the same powers that have abandoned an entirely sensible framework for peace in Ukraine that they themselves initiated.
The Dangers of European Dis-Union
The “European Project” is under unprecedented stress from fissures both east-and-west (over the Ukraine crisis) and north-and-south (over the Greek and refugee crises) and it’s unclear whether the Continent’s bureaucrats can keep the European Union from splintering apart, as Nat Parry explains.
Seeing No Neo-Nazi Militias in Ukraine
Exclusive: With a new Amnesty International report on possible war crimes by a Ukrainian militia against ethnic Russians in the east, the evidence is mounting that the U.S.-backed Kiev regime knowingly deployed extremists, including neo-Nazis, as part of a conscious strategy, reports…
Reviving the Rendition Debate
Bush-era torture and extraordinary rendition have been pushed aside by the Obama administration, as it still seeks to look forward, not backward. But a group of international parliamentarians revived the troubling issue in calling for serious investigations now, not later,…
Having a Voice in Global Debates
Just as more and more issues require a global response, political pressures in the United States are building against American participation in international bodies designed to address these concerns. R. Spencer Oliver, an American who is secretary general of one…