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Caitlin Johnstone: Nuclear war is getting increasingly likely

While mainstream Western media have been spending their time trolling about a “missing” Chinese tennis player who is not actually missing, hardly any coverage has gone toward NATO’s announcement that if the new German government does not continue to allow US nuclear weapons on its soil, those weapons will be relocated …

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Russia-NATO war over Ukraine is becoming increasingly unavoidable

Red lines are about deterrence. The purpose of drawing them in the first place is to communicate crucial security interests and the severe consequences that would ensue if they were undermined. In essence, Moscow’s ultimatums are intended to stop the West from making a dangerous miscalculation. Deterrence rests on the …

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Biden’s mental fitness increasingly worries voters – poll

A Politico/Morning Consult poll published on Wednesday showed only 40% of voters agreeing that Biden “is in good health,” a 19-point drop since voters were asked the same question in October 2020. Some 46% of voters reckoned that Biden is mentally fit, while 48% disagreed, another huge drop since last …

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Grass isn’t always greener? Russians are increasingly skeptical of Western-style democracy, and young are turning against the left

Western-style democracy, however, doesn’t appear to be on the list. A new poll by Moscow’s internationally acknowledged Levada Center (registered as a foreign agent over links to overseas funding) has found that more Russians say they aren’t “a democrat,” or “a person with democratic beliefs,” than those who claim they …

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Russian focus on de-dollarization means international trade increasingly conducted in national currencies, top MP Volodin says

That’s according to State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin, who noted that trade is being gradually transitioned away from the traditionally favored reserve currencies towards the domestic denominations of the countries involved in bilateral deals. “Russia is consistently moving away from dependence on the dollar,” he said, noting specific examples of …

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