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«Current Concerns», n°27-28, December 11, 2018
The Kerch provocation
317. The Kerch provocation Zurich (Switzerland) | 14 December 2018
Ukraine stages new provocation in Kerch Strait: pursuing hidden agenda, by Peter Korzun / Once again the escalation is taken to a higher level. German-French arbitration offers not credible, by Karl Müller / When you want to sanction states, you call them “terrorists”, by Thierry Meyssan / Endanger nationalists and neo-Nazis in Ukraine peace throughout Europe?, by Matthias Erne / Extremist nationalism in Ukraine / Federal Council and Parliament show unusual resistance. Stocktaking at the beginning of the 2018 winter session, by Marianne Wüthrich / Rostock – Centuries of experience in dialogue with Russia, Interview with Roland Methling / “Children Accuse – Children-Victims of NATO aggression against FR Yugoslavia”, by Barbara Hug / “Austria’s peace message to the world”. On the national exhibition “200 years Silent Night! Holy Night!”, by Urs Knoblauch / Cooperative founded – Future of the Peter-Sodann-Library now assured.
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Journal of the change of world order #12
Looking for a scape-goat
by Thierry Meyssan
Looking for a scape-goat Damascus (Syria) | 22 October 2016
In Berlin, Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine made an effort to disentangle the Ukrainian and Syrian conflicts. However, from the Russian point of view, these blockages only exist because the objective of the United States is not the defence of democracy, on which they pride themselves, but the prevention of the development of Russia and China by cutting the Silk Roads. Disposing of conventional superiority, Moscow therefore did everything possible to link the Middle East with Eastern Europe. It managed to do so by exchanging the extension of the truce in Syria for the end of the blockage of the Minsk agreements. As for Washington, it is still seeking to offload its guilt onto one of its allies. After having failed with Turkey, the CIA is now turning to Saudi (...)