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three messages from Moscow to Washington, no one is listening […]
October 7th, 2008 | Tags: Alaska, Arctic, Caribbean, cruise missiles, Dmitry Medvedev, Foreign Policy, Hugo Chavez, Israel, Russia, Russian Military, Sarah Palin, Syria, Tu-160 Blackjack, Tupelov 95, Venezuela, War Games | Category: Caribbean, cruise missiles, Dmitry Medvedev, Hugo Chavez, Politics, Russian Military, Sarah Palin, Tu-160 Blackjack, Tupelov 95, Venezuela, War Games, World Order, World War Three | One comment
Iran moving into the big league Kaveh L Afrasiabi
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad’s three-nation tour of Pakistan, Sri Lanka and India and the welter of agreements and understandings reached between Tehran and these governments serve notice beyond the mere issue of energy security and Iran’s expanding role in the sub-continent’s […]
May 4th, 2008 | Tags: Ahmadinejad, consequences, economics, global community, global economy | Tagged: Economic Cooperation Organizat, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), IAEA, India, Iran, Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline (IPI), Pakistan, Politics, Russia, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Silk Road, Third World, World Economy, WTO | Category: Ahmadinejad, alliance, American Voters, Arab Nations, changing planet, China, critical resources, diplomacy, Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO), economics, Euro-Asia Continent, Foreign Policy, Global Economy, Global Power, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Human Rights, IAEA, India, Indonesia, IPI Pipeline, Iran, Israel, Malaysia, markets, Oil, Pakistan, Politics, Povery, Power Shift, Putin, Russia, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Sino-Russian, South East Asia, threat, Trade policy, United Arab Emirates, War Cost, World Order | 2 comments
U.S. knew Saddam was going to attack Kuwait: book
New Delhi: The US had prior knowledge about Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein attacking Kuwait in 1990 but did nothing to stop him, says a former Indian diplomat in a new book. In his book “The Ultimate Prize: Oil and Saddam’s Iraq” (Allied Publishers), […]
April 21st, 2008 | Tags: Bush #41, conspiracy, Desert Storm, oil Kuwait, Ranjit Singh Kalha. Iraq, Saddam, Spril Glaspie | Category: April Glaspie, betrayal, Bush, Bush #41, Bush #43, conspiracy, contradictions, cover up, crimes, Deception, disinformation, Foreign Policy, Iraq, Oil, Ranjit Singh Kalha, Saddam Hussein, War, World Order | 2 comments
It used to be oil for food. Now, its oil substitute OR food. Super Powers are focusing on a dying concept. Cheap energy the old fashioned way is no longer viable. […]
April 13th, 2008 | Category: contradictions, Corporate Corruption, critical resources, economics, energy, Environment, fiscal responsibility, food, Foreign Policy, global community, Global Economy, Global Power, Global Warming, Health, Human Rights, hunger, jobless, Mismanagement, negligence, Oil, oil-for-food, Oversight, Planet, Politics, poverty, Power Shift, Public Health, recession, refugees, renewable energy, Statistics, unemployment, War Cost, Waste, World Health, World Order | Leave a comment
In May 2001, Chinese launched their Hack the USA campaign.
Now its 2008, Web sites in China are being used heavily to target computer networks in the Defense Department and other U.S. agencies, successfully breaching hundreds of unclassified networks, according to several U.S. officials. Intel Brief by Rachel F Kesselman […]
February 2nd, 2008 | Category: Chertoff, China, Chinese People's Liberation Army, Cold War, communication, Cyber-Activism, Cyber-Warfare, department of defense, DHS, domestic spying, Double Cross, Elections, global community, Homeland Security, ID Theft, Internet freedom, national security, Orwellian, Politics, Taliban, WallMart, World Order | 10 comments
Activists look for arrest of Bush, Cheney
By PAUL H. HEINTZ, Brattleboro Reformer
“Shall the Selectboard instruct the Town Attorney to draft indictments against President Bush and Vice President Cheney for crimes against our Constitution, and publish said indictment for consideration by other municipalities?” Daims’ proposed article reads.
“And shall […]
Bhutto was key to US plan
Benazir Bhutto was central to American hopes of broadening out Pakistan‘s government from the figure of General Musharraf. Washington helped engineer the political deal that saw her return and now it has seen that lead to disaster, with the loss of one of […]
December 28th, 2007 | Category: alternative energy, Bhutto, changing planet, civil war, consequences, contradictions, Corporate Corruption, covert, critical resources, Dillusion, diplomacy, disinformation, disparity, economics, empire, energy, Europe, Foreign Policy, Fundamentalist, global community, Governance, Holy War, Human Rights, Hypocracy, Ignorance, illegal arms, incompetence, Iran, Iraq, Middle East, Musharraf, nation building, Nuclear, Pakistan, policy, Politics, power grab, profiteers, Propaganda, Proxy War, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South East Asia, Taliban, terrorists, Trade policy, United States, War, World Order | 3 comments
Two leading Pakistani media outlets that had their television broadcasts shut down inside Pakistan have now been forced to end international broadcasts. VOA’s Barry Newhouse reports from Islamabad that the new crackdown on independent media came as U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte met with President Pervez Musharraf.
Government officials in Islamabad […]
Prior to the release of the the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change:
This fourth and final assessment — the so-called synthesis report — seeks to combine lessons from all three (prior reports). Its conclusions are culled from data contained in the thousands of pages that were essentially technical supplements to […]
Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) director IA Rehman told the BBC that Pakistan was in danger of becoming a “Gestapo state” if such disappearances were to go unchecked.
Human rights workers in Pakistan have demanded the release of one of their leading workers who they say has been detained by government officials. […]
November 13th, 2007 | Category: Accountability, Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, Bhutto, Human Rights Watch, Javed Ibrahim Paracha, Lawyers, Middle East, Musharraf, Muslims, Nafisa Hoodbhoy, Pakistan, policy, Politics, profiteers, Propaganda, Rashid Rehman, Revolution, South East Asia, state of emergency, Taliban, terrorists, US State Department, War on Terror, World Order | 3 comments
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