Fifteen Things to Know about Trump’s “Pakistani Mystery Man” Imran Awan

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/987470932989050881 The “Pakistani Mystery Man” is Imran Awan, who worked as Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s email server administrator in the House of Representatives. Nearly his entire family then joined the payroll of other Democrats, until they worked for 1 in 5 House Democrats and had - as the House inspector general called it - the …

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Lies and Deception in the Failed US Strike on Syria

At 4am on April 14, the United States, France and the United Kingdom executed a strike on Syria. The Syrian Free Press reported: US Navy warships in the Red Sea and Air Force B-1B bombers and F-15 and F-16 aircraft rained dozens of ship- and air-launched cruise missiles down on the Syrian capital of Damascus, an airbase …

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New African Country: Everything You Need to Know about “eSwatini”

The tiny African monarchy formerly known as Swaziland officially changed its name to “eSwatini” earlier this week in order to indigenize its identity and – in the words of King Mswati III – prevent any confusion with Switzerland, and the unexpected attention that this event engendered from the global media has made many people curious …

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Military Base Rumors Stoke Western Allies’ Fear of Losing the Pacific to China

In early April, reports began emerging that China was seeking to build a military base in the Pacific. Are these reports “fake news,” or are we witnessing the early stages of a regional showdown between Western powers and China? The unsubstantiated rumor of a Chinese military base in the Pacific was first reported on by …

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US Syria Effort Hinges on Unreliable Egypt

President Donald Trump’s announcement of a US-led strike on suspected Syrian chemical weapons sites last week signaled a changing of the guard in the war-torn country. As missiles struck three Syrian facilities, the US commander-in-chief said he would seek to hand off more responsibility in the yearslong conflict to Arab partners. As the dust cleared …

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When North Meets South: What’s at Stake as Two Koreas Sit Down?

President Donald Trump has said he will walk out of the room if things do not go well with North Korea. South Korean President Moon Jae-in wishes he had that option in his own summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un this week. “I think Moon’s whole career is focused on trying to transform the …

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The Hungarian Revolution Rolls On

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party won a 2/3 supermajority in parliament. This stunning victory proves that the Soros-led anti-government campaign was woefully ineffective and may have actually been counterproductive by strengthening Orban’s appeal by reinforcing the country’s developing “siege mentality”. Hungarians already feel under threat from the world at large ever since the …

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