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A 'Yes' supporter wave Greek flags during a pro-Euro rally at the Panathenean stadium in Athens, Greece, July 3, 2015. (Reuters / Marko Djurica) Greece’s impossible choice shames Europe
When you continuously kick a can down the road, one day the receptacle is so battered that it can be propelled no more. That day has finally arrived for the EU and Greece. Whatever the outcome of today’s landmark vote, Europe will never be the same again. by Bryan MacDonald
Activists hold placards as they take part in a vigil in what organizers said was in "remembrance of black women and girls killed by the police," in Union Square, Manhattan, New York (Reuters / Elizabeth Shafiroff) ​Ghosts of America’s past: Reflections on Independence Day 2015
It’s the Fourth of July in America, and gay marriage has just been legalized by a Supreme Court ruling, the Confederate flag is being displayed on public property and Black churches are being set afire. by Caleb Maupin
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (Reuters / Neil Hall) The extremism of David Cameron
UK Prime Minister David Cameron is not only in complete denial about his role in facilitating the rise of ISIS, but his “response” to last Friday’s attacks will facilitate it even further. by Dan Glazebrook
Photo session for the 6th BRICS summit and the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) in Brasilia July 16, 2014. (Reuters / Ueslei Marcelino) BRICS: A new way of global partnership
BRICS is a product of the dynamic development of globalization and new centers of economic growth and political influence, aligning the interests of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. by Alexander Yakovenko
Reuters / Dado Ruvic ‘No reason why Greece could not have two currencies’ - a euro architect
Today we still use an industrial age monetary construct while we have technologies to do things differently. Greece could create a precedent with a different way of addressing economic problems, says one of the architects of the euro, Bernard Lietaer.
A man cleans the pavement behind a wall on which posters showing the word 'No' in Greek are sticked in Athens, Greece, July 2, 2015 (Reuters / Christian Hartmann) ‘Tying up economies like Germany & Greece was doomed to fiasco’
The eurozone project is a complete fiasco so Greece should be allowed to go back to the drachma, to devalue and to rebuild itself, columnist and podcaster Jon Gaunt told RT. This might be the beginning of the end of the whole EU he adds.
French President Francois Hollande (Reuters / Ian Langsdon / Pool) 'Assange asylum rejection proves EU governments lap dogs of the US'
The French government is under the command of Washington, Alain Corvez, former adviser to French Interior Ministry, told RT following news that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had been rapidly denied asylum by the Elysee Palace.
Reuters / Thaier Al-Sudani Global community should focus on fighting common threat of terrorism
An objective analysis of the current situation and contacts with countries of the MENA region reveal growing concern both in the region and beyond over the terrorist activities of ISIS and other radical groups practicing violent extremism. by Alexander Yakovenko
An undated aerial handout photo shows the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland (Reuters / NSA) NSA data gathering too big to be efficient: ‘Like having to drink ten liters of water at once’
Bulk data collection has a very limited use and the US intelligence agencies’ problem is that they are gathering too much information to be able to use it effective, says former CIA and State Department official Larry Johnson.
Reuters / Bassam Khabieh ‘Today the West is bombing ISIS in Syria, tomorrow it will be Assad’
The UK supports the new reality of US interventionist policies abroad, which includes bombing sovereign nations without legal basis, as it is considering airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, says international affairs commentator Marko Gasic.


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