Lebanon on the Verge of a Possible Solution to the Ongoing Crisis

Lebanon on the Verge of a Possible Solution to the Ongoing Crisis

A high-level Lebanese government delegation held talks in Syria in an attempt to solve the severe fuel crisis that has paralyzed the entire country. This is the highest level of official visit since the civil war in Syria started, unleashed by the West and the Gulf monarchies, more than a decade ago. The Lebanese delegation, headed…

How ExxonMobil Uses Divide and Rule to Get Its Way in South America

How ExxonMobil Uses Divide and Rule to Get Its Way in South America

Tensions rise between neighboring Guyana and Venezuela over a piece of land that has been disputed since at least 1835. Both Guyana’s President Irfaan Ali and Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro have exchanged sharp words about the status of the Essequibo region, which both countries claim. Since 1990, the two countries have pursued their claims through a United Nations “good…

Venezuela Is Giving the US the Middle Finger by Selling Oil to China, as Trump has Lost Interest in Regime Change

Venezuela Is Giving the US the Middle Finger by Selling Oil to China, as Trump has Lost Interest in Regime Change

With the US facing a host of problems and the presidency in transition, regime change in Venezuela has become much less of a priority for the White House. No wonder, then, that Caracas has seized the moment to resume oil sales. Venezuela is reportedly exporting oil again. Despite crushing US sanctions having been imposed on…