Daily Archive: December 3, 2019

Pakistan’s Foreign Relations and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

The following article was written in response to a question asked by Ms. Sheila Khalid, a Ph.D. student working on the topic “Pakistan-Russia Relations in the Post-9/11 Era” at Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, as part of her academic research. *** How would you categorize Pakistan’s foreign policy today? Pakistan’s foreign policy appears to be in transition as the country redirects its...

The Unfinished “Coup”: the End of the Netanyahu Era and the Political Earthquake Ahead

This time, nothing seems to work. Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has tried every trick in the book to save his political career and to avoid possible prison time. But for Israel’s longest-serving leader, the honeymoon is certainly almost over.  It is an “attempted coup,” is how Netanyahu described his indictment on charges of fraud, bribery and breach of trust...

Bolivia Coup, Masterminded in Washington: Post-Coup Update, Rigged Elections?

With every passing day, it becomes clearer that the military coup in Bolivia on November 10th was masterminded in Washington DC. This reality will create yet a new difficulty in relations between the U.S. regime and Mexico to its direct south, because the Mexican Government, under progressive President Lopez Obrador, took the courageous and very meaningful step of providing refuge to...

Atrocities by Terrorists Against Syrian Children Ignored by Western Media

Western media, filing their reports on Syria from safe offices in New York and London, ignore atrocities committed almost daily against children and civilians by terrorists in Idlib. A recent report compiled by the US coalition’s primary anti-Assad “evidence” producers has condemned the alleged Syrian/Russian targeting of civilians in Idlib. In familiar fashion, the Guardian accepted the White Helmet version...