Tag Archives: imperialism

Color Revolutions As Weapons Of Mass Destruction

by S.V. Siparov

War is a means of imposing one’s will on another state with help of weapons and murder of people. Its objectives are political and economic advantages that the aggressor state acquires in case of victory. In particular, economic benefits include seizure of territories and minerals, as well as of production and working-age population. Political advantages ensure the legality of economic capture and formalize the result in a socially acceptable form through the media within the country and through diplomatic efforts in the international community.

The ‘New Colonialism’: the case of Western Sahara

A new report shows that the British scramble for Africa is a continuation of the country’s foreign policy legacy, Tom Lebert writes.

Over the past few decades, as world commodity markets have boomed, there has been a new ‘scramble for Africa’ with governments and companies seeking to control the continents valuable mineral, oil and gas resources.

UK | UK: Has Brexit triggered an anti-democractic “Color Revolution”?

It’s important to remember, it was never supposed to get his far.

The Prime Minister didn’t want it. The Chancellor didn’t want it. The Queen didn’t want it. The opposition didn’t want it. The President of the United States didn’t want it. JP Morgan didn’t want it. Goldman-Sachs didn’t want it. Parliament didn’t want it.

Imperialism’s Junior Partners

by Patrick Bond

The response to the Brazilian coup shows that the BRICS powers are not a real alternative to US imperialism.

On May 12, Brazil’s democratic government, led by the Workers’ Party (PT), was the victim of a coup. What will the other BRICS countries (Russia, India, China, and South Africa) do?