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Foreign Affairs: Don’t Let Ukraine Join NATOCracks Appear
2 months ago by MeganDelacroix to /s/WayOfTheBern from foreignaffairs.com
Pegasus or other similar spyware technology has been found on the digital devices of prominent political opposition figures, journalists, and human rights activists in many countries.
9 months ago by [deleted] to /s/privacy from foreignaffairs.com
Playing with fire. For a long time, Professor John Mearsheimer has been making the point that the war in Ukraine can easily lead to a much larger war. In fact, it could lead to a global war, maybe even a nuclear war. After all, the United States is provoking a nuclear power over the Ukraine.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from foreignaffairs.com
Wow. No less than the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), arch-globalists and deep staters all, have called into question the U.S.’s central role in the global economy. It’s a simple enough narrative that goes something like this: The EU is Fixed, The U.S. is Fucked.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from foreignaffairs.com
Fear of Authoritarian Regimes Is Pushing the Film Industry to Self-Censor
3 years ago by Drewski to /s/Movies from foreignaffairs.com
How a Great Power Falls Apart - Decline Is Invisible From the Inside
3 years ago by DisgustResponse to /s/debatealtright from foreignaffairs.com
How a Great Power Falls Apart: Decline Is Invisible From the Inside
3 years ago by happysmash27 to /s/collapse from foreignaffairs.com
China Is Losing India
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Geopolitics from foreignaffairs.com
The United States Should Fear a Faltering China - foreignaffairs.com
Ending America’s Endless War
4 years ago by svdasein to /s/SandersForPresident from foreignaffairs.com
Deepfakes and the New Disinformation War
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/propaganda from foreignaffairs.com