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Links — 22 Mar 2022 Part 2

Moon of AlabamaLavrov's History Lesson - Germany's Downfall - Russian Forces Develop Routine Doctorow — International relations, Russian affairsCracks in the mainstream narrative on the Ukraine war wide enough to drive a tank throughGilbert Doctorow the ‘chattering classes’ of Russia are talking about: update “Aleppo Playbook” is nothing but bullshit propaganda –

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Moon of Alabama
Lavrov's History Lesson - Germany's Downfall - Russian Forces Develop Routine

Gilbert Doctorow — International relations, Russian affairs
Cracks in the mainstream narrative on the Ukraine war wide enough to drive a tank through
Gilbert Doctorow

What the ‘chattering classes’ of Russia are talking about: update

The “Aleppo Playbook” is nothing but bullshit propaganda – TTG

China’s Tech Pivot (Part I): From Behemoth Platforms to Little Giants
A. J. Cortese

Sixth Tone
China Announces 1 Million Internships to Tackle Unemployment (not a JG but...)
Zhang Wanqing

The Diplomat

The Conversation
How Russia is using intellectual property as a war tactic

Global Times (Chinese state-sponsored media)

Sputnik International (Russian state-sponsored media)
ICC Should Consider Designating NATO a 'Criminal Organisation', Says Former UN Expert

RT (Russian state-sponsored media)
Biden says US must lead ‘new world order’ (Biden gives away the real reason behind US policy–world domination.)

China rebukes US as ‘world’s biggest human rights violator’

Macron wants to introduce food vouchers

ECNS (Chinese state-sponsored media)
China urges U.S. to put aside arrogance, face up to its human rights problems

Zero Hedge
US To Bring Back Pirates To Seize Russian Yachts (legalized piracy. Sound familiar?)

Russia Slams Biden's Cyberattack Charge: 'We Don't Engage In State-Level Banditry Like The US'

Hedges: The Lie of American Innocence (war crime allegations are dangerous ground for the US to enter considering the abundant evidence of US involvement in war crimes in many places)
Chris Hedges, a Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and The New York Times foreign correspondent for fifteen years

Oriental Review
Troubled Ideas: A Nuremberg Tribunal For Putin ("The choristers for a war crimes tribunal seem an odd bunch. Some are individuals who themselves have committed, or approved of, acts of war that would qualify them for that very same process they now demand.")
Binoy Kampmark

Thomas Fazi: Sanctioning Russia could topple the West

The decoupling of Russia: software, media and online services (giving away Western markets. Do they think that Russia, China, India, etc. will note quickly developed substitutes? In addition, this will lead to separate internets in the Global North/West and Global South/East.)
J. Scott Marcus, Niclas Poitiers and Pauline Weil

L.A. Gas Price Hits $6 (at what point do we hit demand destruction?)
Charles Kennedy

SouthFront (sanctioned by the US Treasury Department)
NATO Has Been In Ukraine Since 2014, “Stay Behind” Is Operational In Kiev
Piero Messina

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Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

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