Britain and the European Union are destined to alter their relationship

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/01/business/british-business-brexit.html

 

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The World in 1884 compared to the World now

In the late 19th century, modern methods of transport including rail, steamers and ultimately the internal combustion engine automobile, made it so that parts of Africa once remote to European imperialists became far more physically accessible. This resulted in the so-called scramble for Africa that ushered in a period of […] The post Here’s What…

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Statecraft has a miltary flavor

“Democracy dies in darkness.” That’s an old saying that The Washington Post recycled as its motto at the dawn of the Trump era. Truth is, the journalists at the Post don’t know the half of it; nor do they bother to report on the genuine secrecy and increasing lack of transparency in the Department of Defense. […]

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The Monroe Doctrine remains in full effect

30.07.2018 Written by Paul Craig Roberts; Originally appeared on paulcraigroberts.org The United States government has never allowed independent governments in Latin America. Every time people elect a government that represents them instead of US economic interests, Washington overthrows the elected government. Marine General Smedley Butler told us this as have many others. There is no doubt about […]

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