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Label: Analysis

Our thoughts today are with the people of Iraq, whose country was invaded twenty years on March 19, 2003.  This article…

Written by Eric Zuesse On March 10th, Canada’s National Post headlined “Regime change in Moscow ‘definitely’ the goal, Joly says”, and reported that…

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General’s announcement on March 14 about the loss in Libya of 2.5 tons…

Boko Haram, officially known as Jama’at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da’wah wa’l-Jihad, appears to be nearing its end after receiving several large…

Written by Eric Zuesse  The present moment in world history is the transformation to replace the era that has extended from…

Written by Emma Brown exclusively for SouthFront The willingness to resist is growing, as shown by the recent airport strikes…

Written by James M. Dorsey Reform of Islamic jurisprudence was the elephant in the room when two prominent Saudi clerics…

Written by James M. Dorsey Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has become adept at walking tightropes. Mr. Bin Salman’s…

Written by Shane Quinn. Originally published by GlobalResearch The attempts by Washington and its NATO allies to secure regime change…

Originally published by ZeroHedge on March 10 Update (1300ET): Well, that escalated quickly… As one might expect, the Judiciary hearing on…

Destruction, social devastation and the loss of life. Our thoughts are with the people of Turkey and Syria. Written by…

Written by Eric Zuesse Under international law, “aggression” (or “aggressive war”) has never yet been defined so as to separate it…

Written by Philip Giraldi. Originally published on The Unz Review. At last week’s Rage Against the War Machine peace rally in Washington there…

Written by James M. Dorsey If played well, security is the United States trump card in stabilizing relations with its…

There is a growing perception that the liberal world order is coming to an end. While the current multilateral system…