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NATO wars: the real target is Europe

The same facts, a different narrative The belt of civil wars festering on Europe’s borders is not accidental but has been intentionally built since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The unilateral dismantling of the bi polar world which prevailed…

“NATO is not the solution for security in the Baltic”

This weekend in a conference in Helsinki, Finland organised by the “No to war, no to NATO” campaign and hosted by peace and anti-war organisations from Sweden and Finland, a string of experts, diplomats and peace campaigners echoed the sentiment…

NATO wars to blame for refugee crisis in Europe: it’s time to dissolve this anachronism

Yesterday morning in Budapest I was at a sports club where I often go, moving my body to combat the effects of time, and as I came out I heard the sound of a police motorbike coming towards me with…

The battle between neoliberal and democratic values

A delegation of Humanists was recently invited to Greece in order to give two presentations at the TEDx event in Anogeia on the island of Crete, they also participated in meetings with members of the Greek national and local government. …

Getting Russia right

Even today in many different ways the US and Russia remain close. There is cooperation in space, not least the International Space Station. The US regularly hires Russian rockets to launch its crews to the Station and to launch satellites.…

Greece’s geopolitics

Located in the Eastern Mediterranean and facing three continents, Greece, the weak link of the European Union (EU) and NATO, has strange relationships with Russia, China, Iran, Israel and Egypt. Simultaneously it is the bottleneck in migration issues, and contributes…

Protecting Nuclear Sanity

The threat of nuclear war between Russia and the West, long relegated to Cold War history, reappeared last year as the crisis in East-West relations escalated. Russian strategic bombers now fly long-range patrols near the coast of the US and…

Turning point in Eurasia: Azerbaijan distances itself from the USA and the EU

Not even the extravagance of Ilham Aliev’s government on the European Olympics in June 2015 – which included the payment of transport costs and a breakfast of Azeri kuku for the 6000 athletes during the games – could change the…

RT interview about Nato troop deployments in Eastern Europe

Our partner agency, RT.com, requested an interview with Pressenza last night regarding the deployment of Nato troops in Europe reported in the New York Times. Here are the written questions and answers we prepared for the live interview.  The live…

NATO troop movements in Romania announce “The Russians are Coming”

Pressenza was approached by Russia Today to give the agency’s opinion about NATO troop movements in Romania, following previous movements between the Baltic countries and Germany passing through Poland and the Czech Republic which we previously highlighted earlier this year.…

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