by Vladimir Golstein Off-Guardian It would be naïve to think Shakespeare's Macbeth is only about some “vaulting” and murderous ambition. Macbeth does not acquire the throne with the intention of controlling his subjects. In fact, in his quest to secure his rule, he strives to control the very idea of time and change. It is … Continue reading The End of the Cold War and Macbeth
The New Cold War is more dangerous than the one the world survived. By Stephen Cohen Nation Dec 3, 2018 The owl of Athena spreads its wings only with the falling of dusk. — Hegel War With Russia?, like the biography of a living person, is a book without an end. The title is a warning—akin to … Continue reading War With Russia?
In 1958, then Senator John F. Kennedy claimed there was a “missile gap”, saying the USSR was far ahead in ICBM weapons; when satellite photos showed the astounding true number, it meant the USSR did not have plans for global domination, but it remained a secret, says Daniel Ellsberg on Reality Asserts Itself with Paul … Continue reading A Discovery Should Have Changed the Cold War