Daily Archive: May 21, 2018

Is Netanyahu Playing a Geopolitical Chess Game to Drive a Wedge Between Russia and Syria?

A string of events, beginning with the exchange of missiles between Israeli and Syrian forcesThursday, 10 May, has brought the relationship between Russia and Syria under new scrutiny, leading some to suggest that Syria’s greatest ally may be faltering in its resolve to protect the government of Bashar al-Assad from regime change. On Wednesday, just a few hours before the...

Congress Ignores Israel’s War Crimes: It’s the American Way

While many European parliamentarians have been outspoken in their disgust at the “horrific” one-sided atrocity being clearly observed in the Israeli slaughter of Palestinian demonstrators last week, most of their U.S. counterparts appear to have lost their ability to express themselves over the egregious human rights violations being committed by the Israeli Army in Gaza. Sixty-two unarmed Palestinian demonstrators were...

Russia Didn’t Renege on the “Recent S-300 Deal” with Syria Because None Existed

Russian Presidential Aide for Military and Technical Cooperation Vladimir Kozhin revealed at the end of last week that his country wouldn’t be delivering this system to Syria because the latter “has everything it needs”, which instantly sparked a flurry of furious reactions in social media from people who had convinced themselves that Russia just “backstabbed” Syria. That’s not true, at all,...