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SU-24 Shot Down: Accomplices of Terrorists Stab in the Back

A SU-24 front-line bomber on a mission to strike the Islamic State terrorist group was brought down by Turkish air defense. It poses a lot of questions to be mulled over by politicians and military. Why does Ankara give priority to the so-called inviolability of its borders over the fight against the common enemy that is supposed to a joint endeavor? What is behind this stab in the back delivered by accomplices of the terrorists, as President Putin called them?..

Dmitriy SEDOV | 25.11.2015


Rethinking ‘Assad Must Go’ Slogan

Official Washington’s “Assad must go!” slogan is threatening to destroy hopes for a political settlement of the horrific Syrian conflict and for an end to the chaos cascading from it – finally prompting some U.S. officials to rethink the “group think,” as Gareth Porter reported for Middle East Eye.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 24.11.2015


US: Wipe Out Al-Raqqah to Belittle Russia in Syria?

In just the last two weeks, Islamic State (IS) has carried out two major attacks abroad, killing approximately 350 people: the first was the explosion on board a Russian passenger jet over the Sinai Peninsula, the second – the string of terrorist attacks in Paris. This is why Russia has announced its intention to exercise its right to self-defense, as permitted by Article 51 of the UN Charter...

Nikolai BOBKIN | 24.11.2015


French Tragedy: US, NATO a No Go in Anti-Jihadists Effort (I)

French President Francois Hollande will travel to Washington on November 24 and to Moscow on November 26 to discuss the fight against Islamic State (IS) and situation in Syria...

Andrei AKULOV | 23.11.2015


Paris Attacks are Game Changer: First Look at Possible Ramifications (II)

Some imponderables will inevitably exert impact on Europe. Attacks as sophisticated and coordinated as these require a lot of. The terror acts spur advance planning and communications. France only recently passed a law with the most far-reaching snooping powers in Europe...

Andrei AKULOV | 22.11.2015


US-French Anti-Terror Coalition with Russia?

French President Francois Hollande is pushing for a grand coalition to defeat the self-styled Islamic State terror group. Hollande wants the United States and Russia to join forces in a united fight. Russian President Vladimir Putin was quick to welcome the French proposal, saying that such a grand alliance is what Moscow has been advocating for months. Putin has even ordered his naval forces to begin liaising with the French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle to coordinate aerial bombing operations in Syria against the Islamic State network...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 22.11.2015


Outside powers must end their proxy wars in Syria

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 21.11.2015


Understanding the Power-Contest Between Aristocracies

At the core of global power stands the conflict between the Sauds and their Sunni clergy, versus the Iranians and their Shiite clergy.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 19.11.2015


The Need for a Syrian Deal

In the wake of the Paris terror attacks – and other mass killings in Beirut and aboard a Russian airliner – there are new demands for military action. But the one step that might help matters is a more pragmatic approach to resolving the political crisis in Syria, as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar explains.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 18.11.2015


West Tries to Shift Terror Blame on Russia

Never wasting an opportunity for base point-scoring, some Western leaders appear to be capitalising on the horror of the Paris terror attacks to cajole Russia into accepting their regime-change agenda in Syria. From the G20 summit in Turkey last weekend, the West is fashioning a new twist in the narrative which seeks insidiously to lay the blame, at least in part, on Russia for the horrific carnage in the French capital – that happened just two days before the G20 met in Turkey’s Antalya...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 18.11.2015

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The Caribbean is America’s «Balkans» for Jihadist Migrant Flow

Just as the Balkans have served as Europe’s «soft underbelly» for the largest mass migration of refugees since World War II, the Caribbean, coupled with Central America, is proving to be America’s own «Balkans» when it comes to Syrian and other migrants flowing into the United States. In the cases of both Europe and America, the flows of migrants, including non-vetted military draft-age men from Syria, Iraq, and other Muslim countries, is being facilitated by the huge network of non-governmental and quasi-governmental organizations influenced by and linked to the international hedge fund tycoon and all-around global troublemaker George Soros...

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