Nations always compete with one another. But, their goals need not involve wars — welcome to the new world of trade competition, the new geopolitics!
Ever since the first nation-states, there has been geopolitics, today competition between “great powers” is complicated by the multinational aspects of capital, confronting new nationalism.
As reported Monday: pretty tough to actually shut down a webstie — Daily Stormer moves to .ru domain!
Great piece from Jonathan Freedland, of The Guardian, on the real consequences of Trump’s so-called “foreign policy”
David Corn, in MJ, writes that, regardless of what courts ultimately say constitutes “collusion” we already know that Trump campaign knew, early on, of Russian cyber-ops. We just don’t know whether they merely acquiesced in Russian plans, or actively facilitated (or directed) them. As always, we don’t have any idea of the ultimate effectiveness ofContinue reading “Link from Mother Jones”
Published May 26, 2017 in Warp & Woof The Russian Bear and 21stCentury Geopolitics William Sundwick Many of us are old enough to remember a mid-century exposure to national security, and the “way the world worked,” reinforced not just by the competition with the Soviet Union (“The Communists”), but also by our understanding of WorldContinue reading “The Russian Bear and 21st Century Geopolitics”
Can’t talk treason until “collusion” is proven: there would have to be two-way communication planning information operation, between Trump campaign and Russian intelligence. We don’t have that, YET! Many think that James Mattis is the one person who can protect our national security from the President, better than any other single member of the administration!
Good example of microagression, from DK post Be afraid, be very afraid. Do NOT acquiesce in the comfortable position that “it will all work itself out.” History proves otherwise!