Daily Archive: September 25, 2019

Humanitarian Crisis in Kashmir: India’s “Economic Opening” Has “Closed Off Kashmir”

The following is the speech that Andrew Korybko gave at the “Humanitarian Crisis In Kashmir: Paths To A Resolution” conference that was held in Moscow on 23 September. We’re here today to draw attention to what’s been happening in Indian-Occupied Kashmir for the past month and a half, and from the little that we know, it’s extremely alarming. The 8...

Sisi’s Final Act: Six Years On, and Egypt Remains Unbowed

If Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi had chosen an alternative career, it should surely have been the stage. His was a sympathetic voice from military intelligence assuring both liberals and Islamists in Tahrir Square in January 2011 that the army was on their side. For the late President Mohamed Morsi, Sisi played the religiously observant, younger general. Sisi, the saviour? His were the trembling...

A Precision Strike on US Credibility – Shattering a US Paradigm

The precision attack on the Saudi ‘jewel in the crown’, crude-processing installation last week, is also a precision assault on Saudi credibility, on the believability of the US security ‘umbrella’, and a humiliation for Trump, and particularly to America’s image as a competent military and intelligence power. Gulf States will be pursing their lips as they consider now their own...

Ukrainegate Is Just the Democrats’ Latest Gambit to Unseat Trump

A manufactured scandal is rapidly growing to epic proportions in the US surrounding one of Trump’s recent conversations with new Ukrainian President Zelensky after a whistleblower alleged what the Mainstream Media is reporting to be the American leader’s supposedly unethical and possibly even illegal repeated requests that his counterpart brief him on an earlier anti-corruption investigation into a shady energy...