NATO scrambles jets 400 times in 2014 as Russian air activity jumps
“Reminds us of the way they conducted these kind of military air activities back in the time of the Cold War”
by David Mardiste & Jonathan Saul
The next Mexican revolution in oil and gas
Outcome could reshape the energy sector in a number of important countries.
by Nick Butler

U.N.: Cuts in carbon emissions not enough to prevent 'global warming'
Study suggests nations “ramp up investments in renewable energy” and “make smarter policy decisions on economic development.”
by Joby Warrick
World Bank: $3B-$4B to Combat Ebola in Africa
Previous prediction estimated economic impact could be as high as $32 billion if virus spread significantly.
by VOA News

Inside Islamic State’s oil empire: how captured oilfields fuel Isis insurgency
Coalition air strikes have not stopped the militant group from earning millions of dollars a week from its Iraqi oil operations.
by Fazel Hawramy, Luke Harding
Ukraine Admits Its Gold Is Gone
“There is almost no gold left in the central bank vault”
by Zero Hedge

World Doesn’t Need More Democracy, It Needs More Freedom
A majority may be as tyrannical as a single dictator.
by Joe Sobran
Putin says west is provoking Russia into new cold war as ‘spies’ deported
Russian president denies fanning tensions and says Nato expansion in Europe has been ‘geopolitical game changer’.
by London Guardian


Obama’s Secret Treaty Would Be The Most Important Step Toward A One World Economic System
Barack Obama is secretly negotiating the largest international trade agreement in history.
by Michael Snyder
Afghanistan opium harvest at record high as Nato withdraws
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime said opium production was up by 17% since last year.
by BBC

Russia, Islam and the New World Order
US and NATO countries are already falling apart.
by Petr Lvov
Germany can deny benefits to jobless EU migrants, court rules
David Cameron’s office says European court of justice ruling vindicates his moves to restrict benefits to EU migrants.
by Philip Oltermann, Rowena Mason

The US and China Just Announced a Huge Deal on Climate—and It's a Game Changer
The surprise agreement aims to double the pace of carbon pollution reduction in the United States.
by Tim McDonnell and James West
Exorcisms Are On The Rise: Priests Point To Growing Fascination With The Occult
“There has been a greater demand for people to call and talk to exorcists…”
by Zoe Mintz

For Armistice Day, Ron Paul on the Federal Reserve’s Role in Financing US Militarism
Money issue and the ability of our government to wage war are intricately related.
by Adam Dick
Depopulation vaccine in Kenya and beyond
Kenya’s Catholic bishops are charging two United Nations organizations with sterilizing millions of girls and women.
by Jon Rappoport