Georgia Without NATO

On September 4-5 a summit meeting of NATO heads of state will take place in Wales. “This summit will be…

Syria and the West: elections have passed, problems remain

The results of presidential elections in Syria are, according to many sober-minded politicians, impossible to ignore; and for those who…

War in Iraq: Lessons for Moscow and Tehran

Throughout the 14th and 15th of June there was very conflicting information coming out of Iraq and neighboring countries about…

The Real Reason NATO is Courting Georgia

There are many telltale signs of what the US’s grand scheme of things may be in the wake of events…

China: Questions Of State Integrity

We are accustomed to thinking of the Middle Kingdom as something integral and unified, and the Chinese people as a…

To Live and Die in Donetsk

Not that anyone would notice, but there is a disturbing and quite frankly depressing reality taking place in eastern Ukraine.…

Iraq: Armed Islamists are Approaching Baghdad

According to the reports coming from Iraq, militants from the extremist organization "Islamic State in Iraq and Syria" (ISIS) are…

NATO’s Terror Hordes in Iraq a Pretext for Syria Invasion

All roads lead to Baghdad and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is following them all, north from…

My Dinner in Homs on Election Day

On Monday night of last week, if someone had told me that on Tuesday, June 3rd,  I would be traveling from…

Iraq: The Armed Conflict has Gone Wild

Armed clashes in the northern and central Iraq are getting more intense after the successful attack of the Islamic State…

The Art of Propaganda: Guardian’s Pro-Slavery Hit Piece

Upon reading the London Guardian's article "US may blacklist Thailand after prawn trade slavery revelations," one may actually believe a…

Commodifying Nature: Stealing the Jungles?

According to ecological groups, a climate change programme at the United Nations, called REDD,  may be facilitating the theft of…

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