In this “big picture” interview, Michel Chossudovsky concentrates on the broader global crisis including North and South Korea; the 2001 Nuclear Posture Review overhauling US nuclear doctrine, tactical nukes reclassified as conventional;
horrors of the Korean War; Korean reunification;
sanctions and naval blockade of Qatar; Qatari and Iranian jointly owned natural gas fields the largest worldwide; pipelines; Turkey in Qatar; major realignments of the Middle East chessboard;
NATO member Turkey purchases Russian S-300 Defense System; re-drawn map of Syria and “Free Kurdistan”; crosscutting coalitions;
Russia; China; India and Pakistan join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization signaling a major geopolitical shift;
destabilization of Venezuela; Venezuela has largest oil reserves worldwide;
breakdown in relations between Cuba and Venezuela; the same foundations funding the opposition in Venezuela are funding intellectuals in Cuba; effects of dual currency systems.