UAE Withdrawal from Yemen. Turning Point. Did the Ansar Allah Just Win the Yemeni War?
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UAE Withdrawal from Yemen. Turning Point. Did the Ansar Allah Just Win the Yemeni War?

The announcement that the UAE is in the process of a large-scale military drawdown in Yemen has been met with rapturous applause by the Ansar Allah’s supporters who believe that this unofficially acknowledges their victory in the conflict, but these celebrations are premature because the vast majority of the country’s territory still remains outside of…

US Killed More Civilians in Afghanistan Than the Taliban – Shocking UN Report
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US Killed More Civilians in Afghanistan Than the Taliban – Shocking UN Report

According to a fresh United Nations Report, the US and its allies in Afghanistan have been responsible for more civilian deaths in the country than the Taliban whom they are supposed to be fighting. What a damning indictment of US Foreign policy and engagement. Although US troops are supposed to be no longer engaged in…

US-backed Opposition Prime Suspects in Thai Bombings
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US-backed Opposition Prime Suspects in Thai Bombings

Several small bombs detonated across Bangkok on Friday, August 2, amid a meeting between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) the US, China, and Russia. There were several injuries reported, but no deaths. Despite a Western media deliberately feigning confusion over motives and possible suspects while attempting to depict the capital as “in chaos” and the…

It Is in the Russian Interest That the NATO Squabble Over Eastern Med Oil Should Continue
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It Is in the Russian Interest That the NATO Squabble Over Eastern Med Oil Should Continue

The cold war brewing in the East Mediterranean over the vast hydrocarbon reserves in the region is already ‘multipolar’. Egypt, Israel, Cyprus, Greece, the United States and Turkey figure as the main protagonists. Then, in mid-July, the European Union grew out of its observer status and joined as active participant. Furthermore, as July ends, Russia…

The Citadels of America’s Elites: Fractured and At Odds with Each Other
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The Citadels of America’s Elites: Fractured and At Odds with Each Other

Something is ‘up’. When two Financial Times columnists – pillars of the western Establishment – raise a warning flag, we must take note: Martin Wolf was first off, with a piece dramatically headlined: The looming 100-year, US-China Conflict. No ‘mere’ trade war, he implied, but a full-spectrum struggle. Then his FT colleague Edward Luce, pointed…