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NATO Winds Up Emergency Meeting on Plans to Bolster Turkey’s Security

Amid rising tensions following the air strikes launched by Ankara against Kurdish fighters as well as the Islamic State (IS), and warnings of a civil war breaking out in Turkey, an emergency NATO’s Council meeting took place on July 28 in Brussels under Article 4 of the alliance’s founding treaty to gauge the threat the Islamic State extremist group poses to Turkey, and the actions Turkish authorities are taking in response...

Andrei AKULOV | 30.07.2015


 

Middle East: Redrawing the Map

The recent history of Middle East has been fraught with conflict. More information has started to surface recently. It gives a clue on what drives the tumultuous events. Separate leaks lead to conclusion there were covert plans harbored in Western capitals to reshape the boundaries of the region. Now the issue has started to come into the open becoming part of international agenda...

Dmitry MININ | 15.07.2015


 

Washington’s ‘New Middle East’ Stalls, the Resistance Rises

Washington’s plan for a New Middle East has hit a rock called Syria. After the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and the destruction of Libya, Syria was to be the next domino overthrown by a ‘colour revolution’, led by Islamists and backed by the big powers.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 13.07.2015


 

Turkey’s Troubling War on Syria

In Syria, the war to overthrow the secular government in Damascus has attracted Islamic militants from around the world, but they have relied on funding and support from Saudi Arabia, Qatar and – perhaps most importantly – Turkey, where an election reflected growing popular resistance to this war policy, writes Rick Sterling.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 26.06.2015


 

Pentagon paying ISIS-linked ‘rebels’ $400 per month to ‘eventually’ fight Assad

The Pentagon announced Monday that it has begun paying “moderate” Syrian rebels up to $400 per month to fight ISIS and eventually the Syrian government.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 26.06.2015


 

US 2016 Presidential Race: Impact on America-Russia Bilateral Relations (III)

With the reset over and Ukraine as a stumbling block on the way to improvement, following are sc enarios for how events might unfold. The relations will go on deteriorating due to lack of agreement on missile defense, tensions over Ukraine, struggle for influence in Central Asia. The feeling of deep frustration over NATO expansion and US interventionist foreign policy is clearly prevalent in Russia...

Andrei AKULOV | 21.06.2015


 

Chasing the Islamic State: Is the West set to miss the iceberg?

The rapid advance of the Islamic State of Iraq & Sham (ISIS), which now calls itself the Islamic State, took many across the world by surprise. Since then, there have been territorial gains and losses, leading many commentators to hasty conclusions and ultimately to policy paralysis...

Hasan ABDULLAH | 15.06.2015


 

Capitalizing on the Syrian War: Israeli Politician Says Syria “No Longer Exists”

Israel’s Education Minister Naftali Bennett is calling for the world to recognize its 1981 annexation of the Golan Heights because “Syria no longer functions as a country that could reclaim the strategic plateau”according to the Jerusalem Post.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 10.06.2015


 

Obama’s Big Lie on Syria

Despite the risk that Syria’s Christians, Alawites and Shiites will be slaughtered by Sunni extremists, the Obama administration is backing the Saudi-Israeli demand for “regime change” in Damascus, including tweeting bogus accusations linking Syria’s secular regime to ISIS, writes Daniel Lazare.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 08.06.2015


 

Sleepwalking to Another Mideast Disaster

Denied crucial information about Syria, the American people are being led toward the precipice of another Middle East war, guided by neocons and liberal hawks who are set on “regime change” even if that means a likely victory for Sunni terrorists, writes Robert Parry.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 05.06.2015




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It took two decades for Russia and China to understand that «pro-democracy» and «human rights» organizations operating within their countries were subversive organizations funded by the US Department of State and a collection of private American foundations organized by Washington. The real purpose of these non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is to advance Washington’s hegemony by destabilizing the two countries capable of resisting US hegemony...

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