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The Foreign Policy Establishment Is Hijacking Impeachment — Jeet Heer

Trump should be impeached for using his office for corrupt purposes. Not for challenging the national security consensus. In the US, the president sets foreign policy, not the Blob or the Borg (Deep State).The NationThe Foreign Policy Establishment Is Hijacking Impeachment Jeet HeerSee alsoJohn Solomon ReportsThe 15 essential questions for Marie Yovanovitch, America’s former ambassador to Ukraine John Roberts

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America’s dangerous game of involving superpowers into their internal political struggles Drago Bosnic

So, how smart is it to antagonize and make such accusations against a superpower like China, given the fact that the Democrats have already antagonized and accused another superpower – Russia? The United States of America has long been divided between the two political parties and their struggle has shaped not just the recent history of America, but also that of the entire world. Amen. Not only not smart, it is crazy. Except for the MIC (military-industrial complex) that profits from...

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Michael Hudson — Global Warming and U.S. National Security Diplomacy

Control of oil has long been a key aim of U.S. foreign policy. The Paris climate agreements and any other Green programs to reduce the pace of global warming are viewed as threatening the aim of dominating world energy markets by keeping economies dependent on oil under U.S. control. Also blocking U.S. willingness to help stem global warming is the oil industry’s economic and hence political power. Its product is not only energy but also global warming, along with plastic pollution.......

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Graham E. Fuller — Turning Point in US Foreign Policy?

Former CIA "operative" Graham E. Fuller comments on Stephen Kinzer's article posted previous at MNE today. Fuller post also contains a complete copy of the Kinzer article.Once the financial and economic elite ("the wealthy") on the both sides of the political divide conclude that present policy is costing them more than they are getting out of it, policy begins to shift. The question is whether they have deeper pockets than Sheldon Adelson and the Mercer family.Fuller is all for it, and he...

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Andrew Korybko — Russia Warned That America’s “Golden Age” Might Lead To “Energy Colonialism”

Igor Sechin, the CEO of Rosneft and one of the most powerful people in Russia, isn’t jumping on the Alt-Media bandwagon of speculating about America’s supposedly imminent demise but is instead warning that it might actually be about to enter a “golden age”, albeit one that could very easily lead to “energy colonialism” all across the world.... And this is what is now happening. Exhibit #1 is "freedom gas." More expensive, but, hey, "freedom" doesn't come without cost. Eurasia FutureRussia...

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Is Trump Capable of Launching an All-Out Cyberwar? — Jean Perier

Backgrounder on cyberwarfare, a step up from economic warfare and internal subversion in the arsenal of hybrid warfare. In this endeavor, the US has merged the State Department, the Pentagon, the intel services, and the private technological companies, along with allies, chiefly "five eyes" – the UK, Canada, Australia and NZ together with the US as leader. The basic idea is to avoid kinetic warfare insofar as possible owing to the high likelihood that kinetic warfare will quickly go...

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