After that, we take a look at the war games that are presently underway in the South China Sea and how the US, the Philippines, and even Japan are getting in on the anti-Chinese action. Next, we spread out our focus a bit by talking about the “constitutional coup” attempts that are underway in Brazil and South Africa, and how the US is trying to target the weakest and non-Eurasian members of BRICS. Following in our program, we then move along to the Panama Papers and exposing their true sources and regime change intentions. Finally, the last thing on our plate for this week is the flare-up of violence in Nagorno-Karabakh and what it means in the context of the New Cold War.
'Constitutional Coups', Panama Papers, Nagorno-Karabakh & the New Cold War
13:17 GMT 08.04.2016 (Updated: 13:23 GMT 08.04.2016)
“Constitutional Coups”, Panama Papers, Nagorno-Karabakh & The New Cold War
We begin this week by examining Bloomberg’s exclusive interview with a ‘political hacker’ and how it reveals the shady and shadowy side of modern-day elections.