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NATO waging undeclared war on Russia: Moscow

Posted by seumasach on March 12, 2010

PressTV

12th March, 2010

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America’s Phoney War in Afghanistan

Moscow says the United States and NATO’s inaction in fighting drug trafficking in Afghanistan, translates into an “undeclared war” against Russia.

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Afghanistan: Heroin-ravaged State

Posted by smeddum on May 9, 2009

Afghanistan: Heroin-ravaged State

by Prof. Peter Dale Scott

Global Research, May 8, 2009

Why one should think of Afghanistan, not as a “failed state,” but as a heroin-ravaged state

One of the most frustrating features of observing American foreign policy is to see the gap between the encapsulated thinking of the national security bureaucracy and the sensible unfettered observations of the experts outside. In the case of Afghanistan, outside commentators have called for terminating current specific American policies and tactics – many reminiscent of the US in Vietnam. Read the rest of this entry »

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