Tag Archives: Iran

How the U.S. Regime Uses Sanctions to Soften a Country Up for Invasion

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at strategic-culture.org The Wall Street Journal headlined on May 27th, “Iran’s Crude Buyers Jump Ship” and reported that “the country’s direct crude buyers have all but vanished, traders and executives in the Islamic Republic say. … … Continue reading

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How America Has Declared War Against Russia

Eric Zuesse How did America declare war against Iraq? It started in 1990 when the U.S. received an opportunity to win the approval of the American people and of much else of the world, to initiate economic sanctions against Iraq … Continue reading

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The Best Analysis I’ve Seen of Current U.S. Geostrategy

Eric Zuesse On May 15th, Pepe Escobar, the globe-trotting independent international journalist who specializes in analyzing and explaining relations between the U.S., China, Russia, and Iran, delivered in Asia Times one of his finest columns, “What Putin and Pompeo did … Continue reading

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Why the Jewish Takeover of Palestine Increases Antisemitism Worldwide

Eric Zuesse On May 13th, Gilad Atzmon made a powerful case that “Antisemitism is now a mass movement in Britain” because British voters generally respond with strong hostility toward apartheid, and he says “I would actually expect Jews who seem … Continue reading

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America’s Insatiable Military

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at strategic-culture.org The United States government authorizes itself to be the dictator of the world, and this couldn’t happen if it didn’t have allies who accept this type of humiliating treatment. An insatiable U.S. military is … Continue reading

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