The Ball’s in Iran’s Court to Stop Anti-Pakistani Baloch Terrorism
Opinion

The Ball’s in Iran’s Court to Stop Anti-Pakistani Baloch Terrorism

Pakistan filed an official complaint against Iran just two days before Prime Minister Khan’s first visit to the Islamic Republic for its unwillingness to take action against Baloch terrorist groups like the one that claimed credit for the recent terror attack along the Makran Coastal Highway despite being informed by Islamabad about training camps and…

Cuba’s Next as the American Anaconda Strangles Latin American Multipolarity
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Cuba’s Next as the American Anaconda Strangles Latin American Multipolarity

The Trump Administration’s targeting of Cuba is entirely predictable and intended to increase Color Revolution pressure on the Western Hemisphere’s historic resistance leader. Cuban Context The Trump Administration announced that it will break with its predecessors and no longer stop Americans from suing foreign companies that are connected to formerly private property that was nationalized…

Moscow’s Strategy: To Win Everywhere, Every Time
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Moscow’s Strategy: To Win Everywhere, Every Time

Important events have occurred in the Middle East and North Africa in recent weeks that underline how the overall political reconfiguration of the region is in full swing. The Shia axis continues its diplomatic relations and, following Rouhani’s meeting in Baghdad, it was the turn of Adil Abdul-Mahdi to be received in Tehran by the highest government…

The Triumph of Evil
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The Triumph of Evil

Today (April 17) I heard a NPR “news” report that described the democratically elected president of Venezuela as “the Venezuelan dictator Maduro.” By repeating over and over that a democratically elected president is a dictator, the presstitutes create that image of Maduro in the minds of vast numbers of peoples who know nothing about Venezuela…