Neoconservatism, “National Security”, and the 2016 Presidential Elections, from Global Research

SELECTED ARTICLES:

us-syria flagsSticking Point In Syria Truce: Washington’s Support for Al Qaeda

By Bill Van Auken, February 26 2016

Testifying Tuesday before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Secretary of State John Kerry faced intensely hostile questioning as he defended a Syrian “cessation of hostilities” reached with Moscow that is supposed to go into effect this weekend.

PovertyUSAUS Social Crisis Overshadows 2016 Presidential Election

By Patrick Martin, February 26 2016

The primary campaigns to select the presidential candidates for the Democratic and Republican parties move into the decisive stage over the next four weeks, when two-thirds of all state primaries and caucuses will be completed.

Hillary-RamboKagan Endorses Hillary: Clinton in Lockstep with Neocons

By Robert Parry, February 26 2016

Prominent neocon Robert Kagan has endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton for president, saying she represents the best hope for saving the United States from populist billionaire Donald Trump, who has repudiated the neoconservative cause of U.S. military interventions in line with Israel’s interests.

us europe commandThe Geopolitics of America’s Military Presence in Europe

By Igor Pejic, Edwin Watson, and Rachel Lane, February 26 2016

The European region bears a great significance for the US and its ambitions to act as a global power.

militarycomplexFind Out Why the US Considers Russia “Threat Number One” to America’s Security. Bonanza for US Weapons Industry

By Pravda.ru, February 26 2016

Russian Defense Ministry spokesman, Major-General Igor Konashenkov, said that recent statements from the US military about Russia as a major threat to the national security of the United States were made in connection with the discussion of the military budget in Congress.

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