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Referencing the recent Xi-Biden meeting, Jan Oberg argues that the US exaggerates the threat of China in order to justify its military buildup and maintain global dominance, instead of accepting a multipolar world. He explains that the US Military-Industrial-Media-Academic Complex propagates this Cold War agenda, portraying China as a threat which allows the US to cling to the outdated belief that [...]
In today's rapidly changing world, the once unshakable Western Order is on its last leg of dominance. For many years, the United States stood as the undisputed leader of the global order, but this era came at a cost for Europe. Now, a new chapter is unfolding before our eyes – the rise of the old powers of the East, led by China. As the East emerges from the shadows, the West finds itself facing [...]
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1. The videos have no negative impact on the original works. 2. The videos we make are used for educational purposes. 3. The videos are transformative in nature. 4. We use only the audio component and tiny pieces of video footage if necessary. Copyright Disclaimer Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “Fair Use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporti [...]
On November 20, 2023, The UN Security Council held an open debate on "Promote sustaining peace through common development" under the agenda item "Maintenance of international peace and security." SDSN President Jeffrey Sachs was invited to brief the Security Council.
In this video we'll be talking with former CIA analyst Larry Johnson about challenges faced by the United States and the western world as the Middle East plunges into an abyss of turmoil. As chaos engulfs the Middle East, the United States finds itself entangled in a web of conflicts, struggling to maintain its balance amidst force-producing events. Lacking a comprehensive strategy to effectively [...]
Davyd Arakhamia, leader of the Servant of the People faction in the Ukrainian parliament has spilled some beans about the March 2022 Russo-Ukrainian talks, hinting that it was then-UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson who brought the negotiations to naught. [...]
Friend of the show and former UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter returns, join us for a thought-provoking and informative live stream as we delve into the complexities of the Israel-Palestine conflict. Our expert guest, Scott Ritter, will provide a comprehensive geopolitical overview and share his insights into the possible outcomes of this enduring conflict.
US Marine Corps Officer Scott Ritter [...]
Israel have done something that crosses the line for Putin. After Russia gave Israel a warning things have started to change and we are now seeing the start of positive negotiations. Could this be the reason or was it something else?
Colonel Douglas MacGregor and Stephen Gardner update on the Russia Ukraine war news as well as the Israel Gaza situation. They discussed various geopolitical issues in the current global landscape. Ukrainian President Zelensky's claims that Putin and Russia could be behind attacks on Israel raise questions about the motivation behind these statements—whether to demonize Putin, shift attention to [...]
Scott Ritter issues a grave warning, suggesting that Israel, feeling the pressure in the Palestine conflict, may resort to extreme measures, including a nuclear threat. The title implies a heightened sense of urgency, urging viewers to explore Ritter's perspective on the potential consequences of Israel's actions in response to challenges in the region.
John Mearsheimer is an international relations scholar at University of Chicago. He is one of the most influential and controversial thinkers in the world on the topics of war and power.
John Mearsheimer on Hamas-Israel war | Lex Fridman Podcast Clips [...]
Jeffrey Sachs is a well-known American economist, academic, and public policy analyst who has made significant contributions to the fields of sustainable development and economic development. He has held various prestigious positions throughout his career, including serving as the director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University and as a special advisor to the United Nations Secretary-Genera [...]
New relationships are growing and strengthening among countries in the Global South. Leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin are meeting, while Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro traveled to Beijing to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
What do these big geopolitical shifts mean for the residents of the Global South and the globe? Brian Becker is joined by Be [...]
Brian Berletic joins me to discuss the latest disaster for NATO in Ukraine as the world watches Israel's massive escalation of war on Gaza.
In a historic event, on Monday the United Nations commemorated al-Nakba, which means “catastrophe,” and marked the beginning of the apartheid state of Israel and the massacre and displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homes. Despite what Americans are taught, Israel was not created as a safe haven from oppression — in fact, the origin of Israel has anti-Arab, anti-S [...]
Scott Ritter is a former United Nations Weapons Inspector and US Marine Corps Intelligence Officer with extensive knowledge of Israel War. Today we explore the problems with the Israel Hamas War and share insights into how it could end soon. [...]
For years, John J. Mearsheimer, that seemingly ageless, if somewhat chilly presence at the University of Chicago, has been a thorn of irritation to certain establishment ideas. With his pugnacious sense of realist politics, he has little time for the sentimentality that accompanies what he calls the “liberal delusions” of power. It’s all good to feel anguish and worry at the predations of po [...]