‘Nodding like Bobbleheads’: Putin Slams NATO’s Support for US Violation of International Law in Syria

The missile strike on Syria was a clear breach of international law, while Washington’s claim that Damascus carried out the chemical attack that the US used as its casus belli is yet to be proven by any hard evidence, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. “What was the reaction of the NATO allies? All of them … Continue reading ‘Nodding like Bobbleheads’: Putin Slams NATO’s Support for US Violation of International Law in Syria

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Middle East Reacts to Washington’s Strike Against Syria

The recent missile strikes initiated by the Trump administration has produced resonated across the whole Middle Eastern region both in the media sources and social networks. A number of Persian Gulf monarchies praised this recent attack of Washington, along with the forces that are representing the so-called opposition in the Syrian Arab Republic, which is … Continue reading Middle East Reacts to Washington’s Strike Against Syria

From Bad to Worse in the South China Sea

As the reality of all-out war breaking out in the Middle East looms larger, the potential for a collision course in the South China Sea also continues to grow. On Friday, Anti-Mediahighlighted the situation unfolding in East and Southeast Asia, where the United States, Japan, and South Korea are coordinating military drills purportedly aimed at … Continue reading From Bad to Worse in the South China Sea

Trump Withholds Syria-Sarin Evidence

After making the provocative and dangerous charge that Russia is covering up Syria’s use of chemical weapons, the Trump administration withheld key evidence to support its core charge that a Syrian warplane dropped sarin on a northern Syrian town on April 4. A four-page white paper, prepared by President Trump’s National Security Council staff and … Continue reading Trump Withholds Syria-Sarin Evidence

Irreconcilable East -West Differences

Russia and America are geopolitical opposites. Irreconcilable differences separate them. Good faith isn’t a US tradition. Whether Republicans or Democrats are in charge, negotiating with America diplomatically achieves nothing. Agreements reached are consistently breached. Washington seeks dominance, not cooperative relations. Ahead of his arrival in Moscow, Secretary of State Tillerson said Assad’s tenure as Syria’s … Continue reading Irreconcilable East -West Differences

Australia Beckons a War with China

Australia is sleep-walking into a confrontation with China. Wars can happen suddenly in an atmosphere of mistrust and provocation, especially if a minor power, like Australia, abandons its independence for an “alliance” with an unstable superpower. The United States is at a critical moment. Having exported its all-powerful manufacturing base, run down its industry and … Continue reading Australia Beckons a War with China

Following Inconclusive Trump-Xi Summit, China Publicly Criticises US Missile Strike on Syria

US President Donald Trump ordered the missile strike on Syria’s Sharyat air base whilst he was actually hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping at his holiday home in Florida. This fact would have put the Chinese in a difficult position, with the choice being whether to criticise the strike immediately, putting their President in the embarrassing position … Continue reading Following Inconclusive Trump-Xi Summit, China Publicly Criticises US Missile Strike on Syria

63% of American Voters Want More US Intervention in Syria – Poll

A new poll has found that the majority of American voters, 63 percent, want the Trump administration to do more in Syria. It was conducted as the Trump administration carried out a missile strike on Syria over allegations of a chemical gas attack. The new Morning Consult/Politico poll published on Wednesday found that 31 percent … Continue reading 63% of American Voters Want More US Intervention in Syria – Poll

What Are Essential Oils? A Guide from Extraction to Uses

Essential oils are the oil-based aromatic extracts derived from the leaves, stems, fruit, bark, flowers, roots, or seeds of plants. They are a highly concentrated form of volatile oils—another name for essential oils—and have many beneficial properties.[1] Historians estimate that humans have been using essential oils for 5,000 to 6,000 years for medicinal, cosmetic, and … Continue reading What Are Essential Oils? A Guide from Extraction to Uses