Week in Review: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Vaccines; The Breakaway Republic Project in Ukraine

Here is a selection of the most popular articles published on Global Research this week. Among other stories James Tracy summarizes Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s “inspired and detailed analysis of the extent to which the powerful pharmaceutical cartel has effectively captured the nation’s scientific, regulatory, and law-making processes.” Eric Zuesse examines the project of a “group of residents in the region of Odessa, one of Ukraine’s largest cities… trying to break away from the Ukrainian government that was formed after the coup in Kiev in February 2014.” Paul Craig Roberts questions Washington’s idea that “450 nuclear ICBMs on ‘hair-trigger alert’” is making us safe. For the complete list of the most popular articles click here.


Ukraine: Odessa Region “Breakaway Republic” Project Announced, to Join Donetsk and Luhansk Republics

By Eric Zuesse, April 13 , 2015

America's Preemptive Nuclear Strike Program: US Tests ICBM

Will Washington Kill Us All?

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, April 16 , 2015

big-banksThe Bank of International Settlements: Meet The Secretive Group That Runs The World

By Adam Lebor, April 13 , 2015


These Are all the Countries Where the US Has a Military Presence

By Global Research News, April 12 , 2015

Yemen RT Op-Edge

The War on Yemen: Where Oil and Geopolitics Mix

By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, April 12 , 2015

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