Where Salman's 'Pivot East' Will Take Saudi Arabia?

Last year could hardly be described as the best period in bilateral relations between Saudi Arabia and the United States, since the…

Washington Swamp Things: Profiling Congressman Adam Schiff

The “swamp” in Washington President Donald Trump swore he would drain has been revealed as more of a cesspool lately.…

US Presence in Korea Drives Instability


US and European interests continue to portray the government and nation of North Korea as a perpetual security threat to both Asia and the world. Allegations regarding the nation’s nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programs…

Repression in DPRK's State Security and a New Round of DPRK Demonization


The latest round of the DPRK demonization is connected not only with the notorious “murder at the airport” incident, but also with other news, the main of which (as usual, with reference to South Korean intelligence)…

A Tale of Two Cities: Aleppo and Mosul


The double standards of the western media are clearly demonstrated in the different treatment accorded the liberation of Aleppo by Syrian and Russian forces and the ongoing battle for the liberation of Mosul by ‘coalition’…

Washington is Killing More Civilians than Terrorists in the Middle East


The recent strike launched by the US-led coalition some 20 miles to the west of al-Raqqah resulted in hundreds of civilian deaths, as the bombs hit a former school that served as shelter for refugees, as it’s been announced…

Keeping the Myth and the Islamic State Alive


Joint Syrian-Russian-Iranian operations against foreign-funded and armed militant groups across Syrian territory have incrementally dismantled and frustrated the fighting capacity of groups including the so-called Islamic State…

US Intensifies its Presence in Northeast Asia


Following the assessment by the US Secretary of Defense of the situation in the Northeast Asian region, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was subsequently sent on a tour. In the period from March 16 to 19, Tillerson visited…

How Come Famine has become a Weapon that Rich and Powerful Employ Against the Poor


When famine in certain regions of the world is provoked by natural disasters, these events automatically trigger a universal sense of compassion and the desire to provide every possible means of assistance…

SIGAR Report Notes US Failures in Afghanistan


A report of Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), especially prepared for the US Congress and the Trump administration, finds what should be called a magnanimous failure of the US in achieving any of…

Trump Goes Down in Flames on Fake Taping Claims


“Just societies cannot be run by big money or armed forces with their too narrow agendas.” – Plato. Trump had good advice to be out of Washington on the House Intelligence Committee hearing day, as he got so roasted that they…

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