fredag 10 augusti 2012

Putin’s Geopolitical Chess Game with Washington in Syria and Eurasia

Syria's rebels claim the regime has moved its chemical arsenal to airports near the country's borders, in a move they say is to intimidate foreign powers. Sources in Damascus, though, claim the lion's share of the stockpiles are stored securely in Syria's less-turbulent south.

William F. Engdahl, the author of "Myths, Lies and Oil Wars" talks to RT. He says the hype over Syria's chemical weapons may be a part of America's plan to topple inconvenient dictators.!

For blocking a UN resolution that could have led to military intervention in Syria, Russia has been accused by the Orwellian West of putting its national interests ahead of the lives of millions of Syrians. By scrutinizing Vladimir Putin’s actions since his reelection, William Engdahl shows that Russia is indeed pursuing her national interests which are best served by fostering a just and peaceful world environment and by thwarting the US-Israeli agenda for a Greater Middle East.

Alex Abella: Inside The RAND Corporation (Full Length • HD)

Andrew W. Marshall (born 1921) is the director of the United States Department of Defense's Office of Net Assessment. Appointed to the position in 1973 by United States President Richard Nixon, Marshall has been re-appointed by every president that followed.

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