Michael Hudson: US-NATO Border Confrontation with Russia Risks Nuclear War

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July 17, 2016

TheRealNews on Jul 17, 2016

Michael Hudson says that the US-led confrontational approach of NATO with Russia is driving European countries to consider disbanding or leaving the military alliance due to increased security risks.


Michael Hudson is President of The Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends (ISLET), a Wall Street Financial Analyst, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City and author of Killing the Host (2015), The Bubble and Beyond (2012), Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire (1968 & 2003), Trade, Development and Foreign Debt: A History of Theories of Polarization v. Convergence in the World Economy (1992 & 2009) and of The Myth of Aid (1971), amongst many others.  He can be reached via his website, mh@michael-hudson.com.

from the archives:

Sweden’s Unfounded Russophobia by Siv O’Neall

Michael Hudson: Brexit, The TTIP, NATO and The US Military Industrial Complex

NATO’s Anakonda: A Beast That Preys on Its Own? by Finian Cunningham

John Pilger: The Threat of World War Three

Silencing the United States as It Prepares for War by John Pilger

A World War Has Begun by John Pilger

Noam Chomsky: The Official Mission of NATO Became to Control the Global Energy System; To Control the World

Bruce Gagnon and Rick Rozoff: US Plans ‘First Strike’ On Russia + Full Story of Nazi Attack on Odessa + Welcome to Nulandistan

5 thoughts on “Michael Hudson: US-NATO Border Confrontation with Russia Risks Nuclear War

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  4. Obama’s PR NATO pivot is laughable. As the old Russian cold-war joke framed it, the only difference between the US and us, is they actually believe their own propaganda.

    Michael Hudson’s analysis is sound. The crisis is entirely corporate-engineered and ‘home-spun in the USA.’ While all the profit is hedged offshore. What a grotesque state of affairs.

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