Another U.S. military strike inside Syria — this time, shooting down a Syrian bomber — has escalated tensions with Russia, even opening the possibility that Russian anti-aircraft missiles will target U.S. warplanes… Read More US Risks Wider War by Downing Syrian Plane
It is essential to pay attention to events on the ground as they take place. The US and Russia are basically cheek-to-jowl on a topsy-turvy battlefield where any miscalculation could have grave consequences… Read More The Syrian Nightmare: No End in Sight
This comes just over a week after Iran suffered an ISIS-inspired terror attack of its own, after which American lawmakers immediately proposed sanctions against the Islamic Republic, further demonstrating that the U.S. seeks to undermine Iran as much as possible. … Read More Sec. of State Tillerson Admits US Policy of Regime Change for Iran
As one critic noted, it is hardly surprising that a “war profiteer sees profit opportunity in war”… Read More ‘Literal Colonialism’: Blackwater Founder Calls for ‘American Viceroy’ to Rule Afghanistan
The Manchester atrocity lifts the rock of British foreign policy to reveal its Faustian alliance with extreme Islam, especially the sect known as Wahhabism or Salafism… Read More Terror in Britain: What Did the Prime Minister Know?
An 8-year old child in Manchester, just like one in Mosul or Aleppo, is innocent. Yourself, perhaps not so much… The politicians you vote into power, and the media you read and watch to inform you, not a chance. Guilty as hell.… Read More Manchester, or Innocence Long Lost — Torture One Day, Passports the Next
On what planet can Iran be credibly accused of funding and supporting terrorism while Saudi Arabia is considered a viable partner in the fight against terrorism?… Read More Manchester Attacks: What Price Hypocrisy?
The parallel measures by the U.S. and Russia signify a very dangerous race to capture as much territory as possible from the Islamic State before the other side is able to do so… Read More Trump Escalates Syrian Proxy War
When locals can’t afford to live there anymore… Read More The Backlash to Spain’s New Property Boom Has Begun
The last battle between these two entities played out in 2006; in fact, the conflict is technically still ongoing… Read More The Looming War Nobody Is Talking About
Clearly, it is not in America’s interests to reduce the violence in Syria… Read More The U.S. Trying to Make War — Not Peace — In Syria
Even among U.S. allies in the region, diplomatic negotiation is preferable to military confrontation… Read More What If Everything We’re Being Told About U.S.-North Korea Tensions Is Wrong?