Jean Perier

Finding a Lesser Evil in Afghanistan


On October 7, 2001, the United States launched an armed invasion of Afghanistan that was allegedly aimed at destroying Al-Qaeda. Fifteen years after this act of aggression, presented as a response to the 9/11 attacks in New York and…

As Sudan Gets Messier, Washington Gets Wealthier


Both business and political circles in the United States have long been making efforts to put all oil-producing regions of the world under their direct control. In this regard, one can observe the role they played in the signing…

Nonexistent Merits of the “US-led Coalitions”


The perpetual war against terror the so-called US-led coalition is waging worldwide is now almost universally synonymous with mass murder, and this is not just another claim built upon hyperbole. By the end of the twentieth century…

British Lies Are a Secret No More


The sitting British officials remain ignorant of the fact what kind of disservice the Obama administration has made them by demanding London to repeat the twisted lies Washington has been spreading…

US Army is the Strongest, or Is It?


During a daily press-briefing the spokespesman for the Department of State Rear Admiral John Kirby would announce that the professionalism and the skill and the capabilities that are resident in the United States military are beyond debate…

Britain is Caught in the Racist Mayhem


The UK has recently witnessed an abrupt increase in racial violence cases along with abusive behavior towards strangers and foreigners. As the sitting authorities in London try to downplay the problem, claiming that such a mayhem…

Aleppo Proves Western Media Sources Wrong


The members of the so-called “moderate opposition” have conceded Aleppo and lost a symbol of the so-called “revolution”. According to the deal they made with the government, the militants were to abandon the areas populated by…

Aleppo Starts Uncovering Washington’s Evil Designs


It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the White House and its European allies have taken a step too far in their bid to obstruct the successful liberation of the city of Aleppo by Syrian government forces and Russian air power…

How Johnson and May Got Lost in London’s Fog


It so happened that fog and Britain are inseparable. Even its name – Albion suggests the importance of this natural phenomenon for the island nation. The fact that London fog obscures the consciousness…

Obama’s Last Chance to Redeem Himself was Wasted on Russia


The rapid liberation of the Syrian city of Aleppo, against the background of a complete collapse of the Washington-led coalition’s efforts in Mosul has clearly driven…

Who Should Be Really Serious About Fighting ISIS?


As the leading Western international players face difficult elections, both the US and EU are wondering what the balance of power upon the international stage will look like once they are over. At the same time, as politicians…

Egypt’s Shifting Position May Tip the Scales in Damascus’ Favor


In recent days, a number of Arab media sources started speaking about Egypt’s growing involvement in the Syrian war. In particular, with a special reference to the Lebanese agency As-Safir…

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