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Howling in Donetsk | PEPE ESCOBAR


(Counterpunch, April 01, 2015)   Anger and Unbounded Contempt   I’ve just been to the struggling Donetsk People’s Republic. Now I’m back in the splendid arrogance and insolence of NATOstan. Quite a few people – in Donbass, in Moscow, and … Continue reading

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Crimethinks and Doublethinks in the Civil War Regime of Ukraine | YULIA MALKINA


(CounterPunch, February 17, 2015) Live from Donetsky   DONETSK, Peoples Republic of Donetsk Last week the Kyiv troops shelled the city of Donetsk. It was powerful and violent, as if a parting, a farewell for the last time. But I knew … Continue reading

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