Category Archives: North Atlantic Treaty Organization

The USA and the EU quarrel, but remain united against Russia and China, by Manlio Dinucci

It is particularly important, in this period of accelerated evolution of international positions, not to become blinded by one element or another, but to conserve all the elements under close scrutiny. By observing simultaneously the G7, NATO and the OCS, geographer Manlio Dinucci reveals the direction chosen by the Western powers.

The USA and the EU quarrel, but remain united against Russia and China, by Manlio Dinucci

It is particularly important, in this period of accelerated evolution of international positions, not to become blinded by one element or another, but to conserve all the elements under close scrutiny. By observing simultaneously the G7, NATO and the OCS, geographer Manlio Dinucci reveals the direction chosen by the Western powers.

Progress report by NATO and EU

Third progress report on the implementation of the common set of proposals endorsed by NATO and EU Councils on 6 December 2016 and 5 December 2017 31 May 2018 Third progress report on the implementation of the common set of proposals endorsed by NATO and EU Councils on 6 December 2016 and 5 December 2017 On 6 December 2016, EU and NATO Councils endorsed in parallel processes a common set of 42 proposals for the implementation of the Joint Declaration signed on 8 July 2016 by the President (...)

Bannon demands ‘Sovereignty’ from Brussels, but not from Washington, by Manlio Dinucci

Steve Bannon – Donald Trump's former strategist and theorist of national-populism - expressed his enthusiastic support for the alliance of the Lega with the 5 Star Movement for "the government of change." In an interview he stated: "The fundamental question, in Italy in March, was the question of sovereignty. The result of the elections was to put into office those Italian citizens who want to regain sovereignty and control over their country, and to put an end to the rules coming from (...)

Seventy years of subjection to the US and NATO, by Manlio Dinucci

Manlio Dinucci summarizes seventy years of relations between Italy on the one hand, the United States and NATO on the other. Leaving aside the question of terrorism under false flag organized by the Alliance on Italian soil during the 70s, he notes only the commitment of the Italian armies on behalf of his "ally"; a story that speaks for itself.

Fake “made in USA” and lies “made in Italy”, by Manlio Dinucci

To motivate the 2003 war, the US accused Iraq of possessing weapons of mass destruction: Secretary of State Colin Powell presented to the UN a series of "evidences" that turned out to be false, as he himself had to admit in 2016. Similar "evidences" are now presented to motivate the attack on Syria by the United States, Britain and France. On 14 April, General Kenneth McKenzie, Joint Staff Director of the Pentagon, presented a report, accompanied by satellite photos, on the Barzah (...)

Statement by the North Atlantic Council on Actions taken against the use of chemical weapons in Syria

In the North Atlantic Council today the United States, France and United Kingdom briefed Allies on their joint military action on 14 April. They briefed that a significant body of information indicated that the Syrian regime was responsible for the attack against civilians in Douma on 7 April, and that their military action was limited to the Syrian regime's facilities enabling the production and employment of chemical weapons. The three Allies emphasized that there was no practicable (...)

The Militarization of the European Union: Schengen Area Handed Over to US-NATO Forces, by Manlio Dinucci

The European Commission presented the Action Plan on Military Mobility on 28 March . “By facilitating military mobility within the EU, – explains the foreign representative of the Union, Federica Mogherini – we can be more effective in reacting when challenges arise”. Even if she does not say so, the reference to “Russian aggression” is evident. The Action Plan was actually decided not by the EU, but by the Pentagon and NATO. In 2015, General Ben Hodges, commander of US gound forces in Europe (...)

The European Commission’s Proposal: A fifth pillar – Free Movement for Nato armies

On 28 March 2018, the European Commission presented its plan for the creation of a “Military Schengen” . Although the reference to Schengen free movement agreements suggests the contrary, this “military Schengen” is not a European project but something Nato wanted. The aim of this Military Schengen is not to give the armies of EU member states a free pass to roam about EU territory without red tape being put in their way, but to extend this privilege to all NATO armies (including US, Turkish (...)

Libya, seven years of misfortune Nato , by Manlio Dinucci

Seven years after NATO's military intervention against Libya, all observers agree that it was based on a pack of lies and violated the mandate of the Security Council. Although the Western powers are now prepared to recognise that the population of Libya was the richest in Africa, and that its standard of living collapsed, provoking a massive exile, they are not yet aware that Mouamar Kadhafi had eliminated slavery and racism in his country. By destroying the State, NATO deliberately opened the gates of Hell. Not only were the black immigrant workers persecuted, but also the black Libyan citizens of Tawergha. Besides this, the Jamahiriya's work of African cooperation between Arabs and blacks was reduced to nothing over the whole (...)