Jun 27, Pavel Koshkin Analysis At a conference in Moscow, Russian and American academics came together to discuss lessons from past periods of cooperation during times of war and geopolitical struggle. People dressed in military uniforms attend a ceremony to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings. It was supported by the U. Participants discussed how historical lessons from past global conflicts might be applied to the current situation in Ukraine.
Tony Cartalucci - Just a Lousy Journalist? His writing focuses on the International dimension; the foreign interference in Thailand. While there is no doubt that no nation is an island and foreign groups with their own agendas interfere in all nations for their own personal ends, Tony has been very selective in which foreign groups he writes on, what their intentions are and who they work with in Thailand.
I write now to expose some of the glaring omissions he has purposefully made and encourage you to ask; What groups does this foreigner in Thailand belong to and what is his agenda? I have been aware of his work for a year now. It started with the tragic events in Bangkok.
Protesters were gunned down, soldiers died too, and foreign journalists, nurses and emergency workers were killed too, even delivery boys going about their business were gunned down. It's important to point out at this juncture that the red in the Thai Flag represents the Thai people.
This is why they have chosen to be a Red Movement, it is not a left wing movement, it encompasses all of the common people of Thailand. Over the period of a year he continued along the same vein and added further incontestable facts to his writing.
Thaksin was in the Council on Foreign Relations. He has also continued with his nationalist ideological writing, praising the currently unelected government and Thai nationalists, while condemning all that they condemn with a fierce and violent passion; Highlighting some realities in Thailand such as the lax approach to enforcing Intellectual Property rights to essential drugs, which can not honestly be attributed to any political faction, and attributing them to the nationalists.
What follows is not so much a defence of the Red Movement, it's purpose is to provide a clearer and truer picture of the situation in Thailand.
A response to the nationalist demagoguery of Tony Cartalucci's contrived and deceptive polemic. Perhaps, we should start with some glaring omissions. He was also a member of the Carlyle Asia Advisory Board.
He, however, remained on the board for three years more than Thaksin, who left in Anand only left when the board was disbanded in He supported the military coup which ousted Thaksin and was surprised that the international community condemned it. He has sat with George W.
Bush at the Global Leadership Foundation. The list goes on and on. And so, the first questions arises; Who is more intimately linked with Western interests? Who is 'handled by Globalist Masters'? Why was Anand surprised by international condemnation of the coup?
Surin Pitsuwan Surin Pitsuwan is another opponent of Thaksin and a coup supporter. Speaking at an 'Asian Voices' seminar in Brussels, Belgium, the director of Thailand's Democratic Party believed that democracy did not die in the coup led by army general Sonthi Boonyaratklin, but was, in fact, saved just in time.
The BBC quoted Senator Mechai Viravaidya as saying, "I'm delighted he's gone," He received money and an award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for his work on family planning which saw one of the most rapid declines in fertility in modern history. As head of Thailand's largest NGO, he is not alone in coming out in support of nationalists as the vast majority of Thai NGOs are funded by the Thai government and support their funders in their opposition of the Red Movement.
Before and during the mass protest of Thaksin's supporters, the UDDThaksin started mentioning the name of Prem publicly.
The UDD leaders harshly blasted Prem for meddling in politics, calling him by using a term of 'ammatya' or 'aristocrat', as a threat to democracy since he has never been democratically elected.Instead, the United States would enter World War Two following a surprise attack by Japan on the large American naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Relations between the United States and Japan had grown steadily worse throughout the nineteen thirties. Tony Cartalucci - Just a Lousy Journalist?. 18 th April London. Tony Cartalucci. Tony Cartalucci has written prolifically on the political turmoil in Thailand.
His writing focuses on the International dimension; the foreign interference in Thailand. after the two nations signed a peace treaty and a mutual security pact in September What was President Truman's initial response to the Israeli declaration of statehood in ?
Truman quickly recognized Israel and pledged to make its defense a cornerstone of U.S. policies in the Middle East. After Nazi's defeat in , Soviet Union emerged as a new superpower with its own aggressive agenda to promote Communism and eventually, dominate in the world. International relations (IR) is a branch of political science, that deals with foreign affairs and global issues among the states within the international system, including the roles of states, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and multinational corporations.
Cold War, the open yet restricted rivalry that developed after World War II between the United States and the Soviet Union and their respective allies. The Cold War was waged on political, economic, and propaganda fronts and had only limited recourse to weapons.