Tag Archives: Eastern Europe

How the Cold War Was Resurrected post Gorbachev

Cold War Resurrected: Mikhail Gorbachev Getty

  Herland Report: Cold War Resurrected: My obituary of Gorbachev brought interview requests from three major Russian media organizations. At the risk of being labeled “a Russian agent” I accepted. It was an interesting experience. Russians tend to see NATO on Russia’s border’s as Gorbachev’s fault for not getting in writing the George H. W. Bush administration’s guarantee that NATO …

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The American quest to weaken Europe and Russia: U.S. stated goal post-Cold War

The American quest to weaken Europe: EU Getty

  Herland Report: The American quest to weaken Europe: America’s neoconservative political and military mission in the post-Cold War era has been to ensure that no rival superpower is allowed to emerge in Western Europe, Asia or the territories of the former Soviet Union. The aim was a world dominated by one superpower – the United States – whose position …

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Happy birthday to Melania Trump, the gracious First Lady – Hanne Nabintu

Melania Trump, First Lady. AP. Herland Report.

  Herland Report: In arguably the most evil time in the history of the United States, where domestic forces strive to end democracy in the nation and implement a brutal oligarch rule, Melania Trump entered the stage as the most beautiful first lady since Jackie Kennedy, writes historian, author and founder of The Herland Report, Hanne Nabintu Herland. As a …

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Notre Dame burning: European churches vandalized every day

Conservative Feminism: Hanne Nabintu Herland

  The Notre Dame cathedral burning is described by the joint mainstream media as an isolated happening, broadly explained as a fire related to the renovation. Even before the flames were extinguished, this was the official explanation. Yet, over 1000 churches have been set afire or vandalized in France in 2018 alone. In Paris, the Saint-Sulpice church in Paris was …

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Why Do Central Europeans Love Israel So Much?

  Periods of major political transformation have never been particularly easy for Jews, and the current moment is no exception. Anti-Semitism is ascendant in Europe and many fear that the resurgence of nationalism will exacerbate it. But there is a twist: Anti-Semitism’s rise in Europe is being accompanied by a growing fascination among Europe’s hard right with Israel and, in …

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