MH17: Another Israeli Cover Up?

The latest disaster, one that has scrubbed Israel’s bizarre onslaught into Gaza off newspaper front pages, 298 dead, can be… More
Society Middle East - Israel

Murder of Erosi Kitsmarishvili: Game Changer for the Region

Nato Potskhishvili, a Tbilisi-based journalist, recently interviewed Jeffrey Silverman, an American journalist who has lived in Georgia since 1991. Silverman… More
Politics Caucasus - Georgia

About the Malaysian Boeing Situation

The situation surrounding the crashed Malaysian Airlines Boeing has recalled for many the events of September 1st 1983, when a… More
Society Eastern Asia

Smallpox: A Deadly Shell Game

The recent announcement by the WHO that it was postponing a decisión on destroying the remaining smallpox depositories—one allegedly in… More
Politics USA in the World


Emerging Twists in Saudi-Iran Relations and the US Geo-Politics

23422Nowhere do geo-political upheavals take place so surprisingly as in the Middle East, and nowhere do ‘enemies’ become ‘friends’ overnight and vice versa. No wonder, the Middle East is the most volatile region in the world not only in terms of the deeply immersed conflicts but...

Middle East - Iran

The Propaganda and Politics of MH17

23423The downing of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 (MH17) is a tragedy that will be remembered for years to come. However, the way in which the West has distorted the facts about what happened is no mere accident. Rather, it is a clear attempt by Washington and its allies and...

USA in the World

Why Japan's Rearmament Might Not Matter

234234Acrimony and elation erupted on opposing sides of a growing geopolitical rift in the Pacific following Japan's decision to sidestep its constitution and seek a more aggressive global posture. AP reported that, "Japan's Cabinet on Tuesday approved a reinterpretation...

Eastern Asia - Japan

Malaysian Aircraft Incident: Every US War Starts With A Lie

ukraine-plane-mh17-crash-8train-leaves-torez-july-21The US news media is buzzing about the Malayasian airline which was downed from the sky in Ukraine. Some questions are being raised. Some are asking “Why did Ukrainian air traffic controllers not stop the flight from passing through...

USA in the World

Yemen: A handful of Special Interests

345345The percentage of Americans who have heard of Yemen is undoubtedly small. Still fewer could locate it on a map. Still fewer have even an inkling of its current political issues. Reality shows that civil unrest and insurrection has been happening in...

Middle East - Yemen

Merkel Goes to China

merkelcprGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel flew to China with an official visit from July 6 to 12. It was her seventh trip to the country since she took office as chancellor, with her previous visit taking place at the end of August 2012. On this trip she met with her Chinese colleague...

Eastern Asia - China

MH17 and America’s Deceitful Game

435345America claims “evidence is being tampered with.” Who would know better than America? After 9/11, the evidence, not just the dirt itself, enriched with uranium and plutonium, taken to a landfill, but the scant remains of the twin towers, sold to China, never...

Ukraine in the world


A New Stage In The Development Of The Eastern Section Of Russian Railways

bam05A few days ago President Vladimir Putin attended a ceremony to mark the commencement of work on the modernization of the Trans-Siberian railway where he laid a “silver spike” to a section of railway...

Russia in the World

Organized crime's next big project: renewable energy

zagryaznenInternational organized crime has long since taken an interest in investing its funds in legitimate business, including in the most forward-looking: the environment and its resources. A few years ago, environmental crimes mostly consisted of toxic waste...

USA in the World

Beijing attacks gently but effectively

originalThe Chinese government is developing a new project to restore the historic Great Silk Route. According to some Chinese sources, it involves the railways, outstretching as far as six thousand kilometres and is worth 150 billion dollars. Beijing is planning to build...

Eastern Asia - China

Toward a Europe Whole and Free (To Loot)

453453When the special interests who created and direct the agenda of the European Union disagree with member states, the true nature of this supranational enterprise becomes painfully apparent - one of dictatorial special interests pursing regional policy...

Russia in the World

Russian LNG - The road to reducing dependence on the West

0956The Ukrainian crisis and attempts by the U.S. and its closest allies in the EU, mainly Poland and the Baltic countries, to preserve Ukraine as the main transit route for Russian gas to the EU, including its efforts to put a stop to the “South Stream” project...

Russia in the World

What You Should Know About Azerbaijan

564564Azerbaijan and its population of nine and a half million, sits along the western coast of the Caspian Sea, bordering Russia to its north, Iran to its south, and Georgia, Armenia, and Turkey to its west. Its geostrategic position alone makes it...

Central Asia

Crimea, China and Alternative Trade Routes

5559The fact that China needs not only to diversify routes and sources of energy, but it is also not a secret they need to diversify alternative routes for finished products. What is the problem here? There are long-established and equipped sea routes connecting the coast...

Eastern Asia - China


China’s Hydroelectric Policies

MIT_9695China has built the largest number of dams in the world, but the implementation of its plans for hydropower development of the transboundary Mekong River has become a matter of concern for the neighboring countries of Indochina, whose economic and...

Eastern Asia - China

Pakistan: militants from Central Asia

Pakistan-Taliban-_2063733aThe Pakistani media started buzzing about foreign militants at the beginning of June 2014 after the terrorist attack on the Karachi Airport. One theory proposed by the country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs stated that the foreign militants were involved...

Southern Asia - Pakistan

Libya's Destruction a Warning to Egypt, Syria, & Ukraine

324234RT's article, "90% of aircraft destroyed at Tripoli airport, Libya may seek international assistance," reported that: Libya is considering a deployment of international force to re-establish security amid a flare-up of violence in Tripoli which saw dozens of rockets destroy most...

Middle East - Libya

Death of Eduard Shevardnadze: the “Player” Who Played Them All

345353The death of former Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze, which was announced on 7th July, will have a profound effect on Georgia’s political culture. He hadn’t been in power for a long time, but as long as he remained a living embodiment of...

Caucasus - Georgia

Kurds have intitated the separation process in Iraq

4567On July 3 the President of Iraqi Kurdistan Region Massoud Barzani proposed the local parliament to hold a referendum on the separation of the Region from Iraq. A vast majority of deputies must support this motion since it coincides with the Kurdish national idea of...

Middle East - Iraq

An unprecedented level of anti-Semitism in South Korea?

345авыSimilar headlines described reactions to the May issue of the Japanese magazine The Diplomat which contained an article with what seemed like devastating information – 53% of the South Korean population is anti-Semitic! This is shown...

Eastern Asia - South Korea

Baloney on the pitch

345345In one of our previous articles about North Korea, we mentioned the so-called “Stonefish Rule” which dictates that any crazy thing that you write will be accepted as truth if it is written about North Korea. We offer another story that proves this rule. On July 11...

Eastern Asia - DPRK

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