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Brexit, Trump, the AfD and the ‘New World Order in Action’

Neil Clark (30.09.017)   Surprised by the Brexit vote in the UK, the victory of Donald Trump and the strong showing of the far-right AfD party in the German elections? Well, you won’t be, if you read the extremely thought-provoking new book, The New World Order in Action, Globalisation, the Brexit …

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The true reasons behind the row between the transnational elite (via Netherlands) and Turkey

Comment: Posted below is an Article by Neil Clark, who shows that the current row between Germany—via Netherlands—and Turkey has nothing to do with security and democracy, when in fact it is the Dutch actions which appear to be in clear breach of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. In …

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Greece between Scylla and the EU – Takis Fotopoulos’ video interview to Pravda

  The complete transcript of the interview can be found here : “Is there a way out of the crisis within EU? The case of Greece“ This interview was broadcast live on the English Pravda.ru online television station on 26 February 2015. Takis Fotopoulos speaks to Galina Tichinskaya about the …

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Is there a way out of the crisis within EU? The case of Greece, the role of BRICS & the need for an alternative pole

By TAKIS FOTOPOULOS and GALINA TICHINSKAYA *   (26.02.2015)   (The following is an edited transcript of Galina Tichinskaya’s interview with Takis Fotopoulos for Pravda.ru[1])   GT: Welcome to Pravda. This is Viewpoints program, with me Galina Tichinskaya. Today we are joined by Takis Fotopoulos, a political philosopher and economist, …

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Transnational Terrorism

TAKIS FOTOPOULOS * (29.09.2014)     Abstract This article attempts to define a new phenomenon: the form that state terrorism takes in the era of globalization. It is shown that transnational terrorism is, in fact, today’s state terrorism against the victims of neoliberal globalization and its main weapons are either economic …

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