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Countering Western Disinformation on Russia and Other Nations Opposing the American Empire



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Cynical (but true) history: The War Nerd’s on Russia’s Great Manchurian Offensive

From the archives—The following material originally appeared in the satirical, well-nigh impossible to categorize and often wicked newspaper The exile, coedited by Mark Ames and Matt Taibbi in the 1990s in Moscow, with more than able help from the likes ...
Matt Taibbi and Mark Ames, co-editors of The Exile, a subversive English-language newspaper based in Moscow, whose decadelong run came to an abrupt end in 2008. Inset: A Boris Yeltsin cover accompanied by a typical Exile headline. By Martin von den Driesch (Taibbi and Ames).

The unlikely life and sudden death of The Exile, Russia’s angriest newspaper.

MEDIA—Kulturkampf Lost Exile By James Verini, Vanity Fair FIRST PUBLISHED February 23, 2010 The demise of The Exile began, as so many demises have in Russia, with an official letter. Faxed to the offices of the newspaper late on a ...
Владимир Путин международный дискуссионный клуб Валдай валдайский клуб

Russia has strong grounds to believe Syria chemical attack was provocation – Putin

Photo: RIA Russian President Vladimir Putin said he had strong grounds to believe that an August 21 chemical attack in Syria was staged by opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ...
What Putin Has to Say to Americans About Syria

What Putin Has to Say to Americans About Syria

Op-Ed Contributor / The New York Times A Plea for Caution From Russia By VLADIMIR V. PUTIN MOSCOW — RECENT events surrounding Syria have prompted me to speak directly to the American people and their political leaders. It is important ...
Putin: The state's motives are never simple and rarely transparent.

Russia/US Gas Cold War

What Really Was Underlying the Edward Snowden Asylum Standoff by STEVE HORN The much-discussed Snowden affair is only the latest surface-level event in a geopolitical standoff between the U.S. and Russa over natural gas. Nearly two months ago, former National ...

Provoking Russia

Washington’s Drive For Hegemony is a Drive to War by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS It was five years ago that the president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvilli, who was installed in power by the Washington supported “Rose Revolution,” launched a military invasion ...

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Tom Riviere December 25, 2022 - 4:51 am

If Vladimir Putin is described as a war criminal, thug, dictator, and modern-day Hitler, it is appropriate and indeed necessary to ask about American presidents. For brevity’s sake consider only those American presidents who served since 2001. U.S. invasions and interventions in western Asia, North Africa, Central Asia, and the Horn of Africa have displaced more than 37 million people since the “war on terror” began. Why shouldn’t George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden be called war criminals too? Silence in the face of their criminality gives license and approval to U.S. aggression.


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