NATO Becomes Schizophrenic as It Loses Credibility
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NATO Becomes Schizophrenic as It Loses Credibility

Recent statements by NATO leaders have cast a pall over the globalist elite. Macron recalled how Erdogan armed and supported terrorist groups in Syria linked to Daesh, who were fighting against ethnic groups like the Kurds with whom France has cooperated. Erdogan in turn threatened to veto NATO’s efforts to strengthen its military posture in the Baltic…

Sudan’s Withdrawal from Yemen Is Part of Its Alignment with the U.S.
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Sudan’s Withdrawal from Yemen Is Part of Its Alignment with the U.S.

In an October article, I made the argument that Yemen has become Saudi Arabia’s “Vietnam” because despite their technological, demographical and economical advantage over Yemen, it has completely failed to break the Yemeni resistance, headed by the Houthi-led Ansarullah Movement. Although “Saudi Arabia mobilized about 150,000 of its soldiers and mostly Sudanese mercenaries,” this large…

Yemenis Know Firsthand the Extremist Underpinnings of the Pensacola Shooter
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Yemenis Know Firsthand the Extremist Underpinnings of the Pensacola Shooter

The attack on U.S. Naval base in Florida exemplifies the harsh reality of life in Yemen where Saudi pilots routinely kill “nonbelievers” according to an extremist Salafi ideology that serves as the central building block of the Saudi government, and by extension, the Saudi military. With a cracked skull, a ruptured intestine and severed foot,…

A Second Nakba in the Making
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A Second Nakba in the Making

Two years ago Friday, President Donald Trump formally recognised Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. We knew then that this was an irresponsible and cruelly insensitive act that would do grave harm to the rights and well-being of Palestinians and put an end to any pretense that the United States could help negotiate an end to the…

Whose Coups?
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Whose Coups?

Coups have been one of the greatest threats to democracy. The people elect a daring leader willing to take on the status quo. And then, as in Iran in 1953 or Chile in 1973, the military pushes the leader aside to take control. Sometimes the generals remain in power; sometimes they restore a royal to…