Monday, 30 March , 2020

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Modern art was CIA ‘weapon’

Revealed: how the spy agency used unwitting artists such as Pollock and de Kooning in a cultural Cold War By Frances Stonor Saunders 22 October 1995...

THE CIA AND THE MEDIA

After leaving The Washington Post in 1977, Carl Bernstein spent six months looking at the relationship of the CIA and the press during the...

La géopolitique de l’élection britannique

Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 5 décembre 2019 Les élections britanniques prévues le 12 décembre constituent une étape importante pour l'évolution de la situation européenne et mondiale. Il...

U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Turkey, pt. 2

This is not the first time the presence of American nuclear weapons in Turkey has been part of a crisis. By: Matthew Wills October 28, 2019 Fifty...

The Geopolitics of the British Election

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Dec. 5, 2019 The British elections scheduled to take place on December 12th constitute a milestone for the evolution of the European and...

Gar Alperovitz on the Decision to Nuke Japan

Aug 28, 2019 Historian Gar Alperovitz shares the history of America’s use of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Contrary to what most of...

Hiroshima Unlearned: Time To Tell the Truth About US Relations with...

by Alice Slater Posted on August 07, 2019 August 6th and 9th mark 74 years since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where only one...

How the Strategic Air Command Would Go to Nuclear War

Published: Feb 25, 2019 Declassification of Red Dot "Emergency War Orders" from 1964 Opens Window into Strategic Operations SAC's Role in DEFCON System Detailed Wasington D.C., February 25,...

Trump brings closer Nuclear Armageddon

World’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Weapon Rolls Off Assembly Line By James Carroll February 12, 2019 Last month, the National Nuclear Security Administration (formerly the Atomic Energy Commission) announced...

The Soviet Side of the 1983 War Scare

by Nate Jones Nov 5, 2018 Washington, D.C.,  November 5,  2018 – Beginning in 1981, the KGB’s “main objective” became “not to miss the military...