The War in Iraq Intensifies

On February 5 the most protected "green zone" of Baghdad was rocked by four explosions. At least 33 people were…

Assessing the situation in Iraq

As we approach April 30, 2014, the date of parliamentary elections in Iraq, the military and political situation in the…

Iraq’s trials and tribulations

Despite attempts from the Nouri al-Maliki government to stabilise the situation in Iraq – by both violently cracking down on…

Iraq: A Country Heading for Collapse

The events in Syria and in the areas surrounding it have led to many analysts somehow missing the sharp deterioration…

The Causes of the Syrian Conflict Part 1

Why has the United States taken a bulldog death grip on Syria? Why the persistence and unwillingness to resolve the…

The Iraqi Crisis Is Deepening

The situation in Iraq continued growing sharply worse during the second half of May despite the Iraqi government’s efforts to…

Iraq is on the brink of collapse

The situation in Syria, where the violent conflict between the Bashar al-Assad regime and the armed opposition, which is half…

The Situation in Iraq Is Getting Complicated

Once again we see that Washington’s carefully prepared operation to partition the world is having an outcome that the American…

Who Will Come after the Exodus?


On the morning of Sunday, December 18, 2011, the last 500 American troops crossed the border into Kuwait after the bulk of the 150,000-strong US force had completed its withdrawal. There was neither jubilation nor rousing welcomes. Just the gloomy and depressing…

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