Zero Hedge | The latest escalation in the ongoing standoff between the Kremlin and the West.
RT | WikiLeaks has announced a plan to reveal a new collection of reports and documents on the US National Security Agency.
RT | The Gulf States were willing to pay $10 billion for the release of deposed Egyptian President Mubarak.
Glenn Greenwald | Involved in efforts against political groups it considers “extremist”.
London Guardian | The prototype is intended to do many of the jobs that a helicopter is used for, without the problems of helicopter design.
Zero Hedge | Not from something democratic, not from any authentic constitutional process at all.
Joshua Krause | Normally, when you hear the term “think tank” you assume that the people within the organization are there to actually think.
Sputnik News | Carter announced the new details about the US contribution while in Berlin.
Bloomberg | “It’s our holy duty to be faithful to the great values of patriotism.”
Financial Times | The Obama administration has largely sat on the sidelines.
Nafeez Ahmed | In less than three decades industrial civilisation will essentially collapse.
RT | British soldiers and fighter jets are going to do longer reassurance missions in Eastern Europe to send signals to President Putin.
RT | Loud explosions and gunfire have been heard in the parliament building in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Paul Craig Roberts | The United States has pursued empire since early in its history, but it was the Soviet collapse in 1991 that enabled Washington to see the entire world as its oyster.
London Telegraph | It may be time to money under the mattress. High profile fund managers explain how to prepare for a ‘systemic event’.
Zero Hedge | The writing has been on the wall for quite sometime.
Michael Snyder | As we move toward the second half of 2015, signs of financial turmoil are appearing all over the globe.
Sydney Morning Herald | The cartoons will be shown on Dutch public television on Saturday.
Sputnik | Russian servicemen will practice using the Iskander-M systems in Buryatia in September.
Defense One | The military moves to set up an expensive network to defend American cities, but is the threat real?
Michael Krieger | This is very good news, and come on the heels of several former drone pilots speaking out about the horrors of their “profession.”
Sputnik News | Pentagon officials are now beginning to accept that the country they helped unravel may ultimately settle into three separate nations.
London Guardian | Mock landing in Poland, just over 100 miles from Russian naval hub Kaliningrad, is an exhibition of allied strength but some say it could send a dangerous signal.
CBS Washington | The microwave-based anti-drone weapon reportedly disables “radio electronics” in drones.
Tony Cartlaucci | An unstoppable and inevitable lead-up to regional conflict and perhaps even global war.
Sputnik News | “We are fully supporting the BRICS initiative.”
London Guardian | Police say animal that escaped following severe flooding has been shot dead after killing one and injuring another.
RT | The European Court of Human Rights said that the Estonian justice system was right to fine a news website for user-generated hate comments under an article.
Daniel McAdams | The policy of backing Kiev has not changed.
Washington’s Blog | Russia Says It Will Respond If U.S. Does So.
Kit Daniels | Large number of Catholics slam Vatican’s agenda!
AP | Capable of piercing any missile defenses.
The Daily Sheeple | Over the weekend the Pentagon announced their intention to store heavy weapons, tanks, Humvees, and Bradley Fighting Vehicles, in several Eastern European nations.
Daily Caller | Multiple news reports cited people familiar with the House committee’s investigation.
London Independent | Outrage as Israeli army cuts down over 1,000 trees in occupied territories, saying it is state land.
RT | A senior US Air Force official called the current situation with Russia “the biggest threat” on her mind.
Kit Daniels | App warns users about crimes “before they are committed.”
RT | Saudi Arabia has beheaded a Syrian drug trafficker, rocketing the number of this year’s executions in the Kingdom to 100.
RT | Russia’s Rostech Corporation is to unveil a super-high frequency weapon capable of taking down all kinds of drones, missiles and other high precision weapons.
Reuters | Germany’s EU commissioner said on Monday it was time to prepare for a “state of emergency” after talks collapsed at the weekend to rescue Greece from default and ejection from the euro.
Reuters | “Russia would be left with no other option but to boost its troops and forces on the western flank,” General Yuri Yakubov was quoted as saying.
Sputnik | Could allegedly be identified by Russia and China with the help of files stolen by former US National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden.
Reuters | To “reassure” allies made uneasy by Russian intervention in Ukraine.
Washington Post | Key lawmakers have moved to slash funding of a secret CIA operation to train and arm rebels in Syria.
RT | After a rally on Friday, anti-Bilderberg activists re-emerged on Saturday afternoon.
Gateway Pundit | ISIS parades its troops and equipment in Libya.
Steve Watson | Email arrives from anonymous spokesperson behind 6 miles of checkpoints in the Austrian Alps.
BBC News | Chancellor George Osborne and former opposite number Ed Balls are on the list to attend the famously secretive Bilderberg conference in Austria.
Conservative Review | Is it a good idea to loosen the screening process for Pakistani nationals seeking visas to enter the United States?
CNN | A Russian fighter jet, flying at high speed, came within 10 feet of a U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft.