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Anoosha Boralessa

562 articles
Divergent interpretations in the anti-imperialist camp – Part 1
The anti-imperialist camp: splintered in thought
by Thierry Meyssan
The anti-imperialist camp: splintered in thought Damascus (Syria) | 15 August 2017
In 2011 when his country was subject to a jihadist siege, President Bashar el-Assad’s reaction was against the norm: rather than strengthening the powers of his security services, he cut them back. Six years on, his country is in the process of emerging victorious, in the most important war since Vietnam. This same type of aggression is unfolding in Latin America. Yet here, it is sparking off a far more classic response. In this article, Thierry Meyssan distinguishes the analysis and strategy of President Assad on the one hand and Maduro and Morales on the other. His aim is not to place these leaders in competition, but rather to call upon each of them to remove themselves from political catechisms and to pay due attention to the lessons learnt from the most recent (...)
“The Art of War”
This is how the USA “reassures Europe”
by Manlio Dinucci