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Destruction-oriented narratives from nontraditional Islam as a tool of U.S. foreign policy

Destruction-oriented narratives from nontraditional Islam as a tool of U.S. foreign policy
12.01.2023

Intervention in the internal affairs of foreign states became a major direction of U.S. foreign policy soon after the end of World War II. The key instrument for achieving these goals was an agency with virtually unlimited powers, approved under the National Security Act of 1947, called the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

The American People vs. The American Congress

The American People vs. The American Congress
29.12.2022

On December 13th, Gallup listed, in order of Americans’ polled ratings of issues as being the nation’s “Most Important Problem”, all 14 issues that more than 2% of Americans thought to be that; and here they were, in order from the top-most to the bottom-most, of all issues that the thousands of Americans who were sampled volunteered to be that:

Hybrid Biological Warfare

Hybrid Biological Warfare
25.11.2022

The topic of US development of biological weapons under the guise of research is already covered quite extensively in the international press. The historical precedents of the use of biological and chemical agents by the US against other countries are usually pointed out. Plans against the Republic of Cuba, for example. From declassified documents, it is known that the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations, General Edward Lansdale, submitted in February 1962 a plan codenamed Task 33, which considered the use of chemical and biological weapons against Cuba. The document stated that "the objective was to devise a plan to incapacitate a large proportion of the sugar workers through the covert use of biological weapons or chemical weapons agents."

Bipartisan race

Bipartisan race
22.11.2022

After the final vote count in the US, certain (but not conclusive) conclusions can be drawn about the immediate future of US public and political life, possible adjustments and changes in foreign policy, and the dynamics of further polarisation in society already on the eve of the presidential election in 2024.