2018 – War or No War?

If the first months of 2017 were a time of great hopes following the historical defeat of Hillary Clinton, the year is ending in a sombre, almost menacing manner. Not only has the swamp easily, quickly and totally drowned Trump, but the AngloZionist Empire is reeling from its humiliating defeat in Syria and the Neocons …

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India Loses Out the Maldives to China

At the end of 2017, the Free Trade Agreement was signed between China and the Republic of Maldives – an insular country situated in the Indian Ocean, not far from Sri Lanka and southwest of India. This deal became an untoward surprise for India. The capital of the Republic of Maldives, Malé, is the only …

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All Is Not Quiet on the Syrian Front: US to Launch Another War

This is a classic example of flip-flop policy. In November, the US promised Turkey to stop arming Kurdish militias in Syria after the Islamic State was routed. Brett McGurk, the US Special Presidential Envoy to the Global Coalition to Defeat Islamic State, explained that after the urban fighting in Raqqa was over "adjustments in the level of …

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Will War Cancel Trump’s Triumphs?

Asked what he did during the French Revolution, Abbe Sieyes replied, “I survived.” Donald Trump can make the same boast. No other political figure has so dominated our discourse. And none, not Joe McCarthy in his heyday in the early ’50s, nor Richard Nixon in Watergate, received such intensive and intemperate coverage and commentary as …

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US and Israel Reach Joint Strategic Plan to Counter Iranian Influence in Middle East

According to a new Axios report, the United States and Israel have reached a joint strategic work plan to counter Iranian activity in the Middle East. U.S. and Israeli officials said the joint understandings were reached in a secret meeting between senior Israeli and U.S. delegations at the White House on December 12th. What it means: A …

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There Is Only One Reason Why Ahed al-Tamimi Remains in Prison

On 15 December, an Israeli army sniper shot 14-year-old Palestinian teen Mohammed al-Tamimi. The incident took place during the weekly demonstration in the village of Nabi Saleh where Israeli authorities have gradually stolen the land and water resources on behalf of the nearby settlement of Halamish. Al Tamimi was severely wounded by a rubber bullet that …

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European Union Building Its Own Army

On November 13, 2017, 23 out of 28 European Union (EU) states signed a declaration to create what is expected to form the nucleus of a joint European army. The five countries that won’t be taking take part are Great Britain, Denmark, Ireland, Malta, and Portugal, though Ireland previously expressed some interest in joining. The defense agreement …

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The Donald John Trump Western Wall Train Station

Building a train link from Ben-Gurion airport to the heart of East Jerusalem’s Old City is controversial enough – the affront to Occupied Palestinians compounded by naming it after the US president. It’s for his Jerusalem declaration and intention to move Washington’s embassy to the city, disgraceful actions by a rogue leader – abandoning any …

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