British and Australian armies’ veteran, former deputy head of the UN military mission in Kashmir and Australian defense attaché in Pakistan
U.S.-Nato military confrontation will continue along Russia’s borders with the aim of provoking Russia to take action, which is a very dangerous policy.
Biden and his hawks should pause to think where they’re trying to take the world, and consider an approach that could lead to compromise.
U.S. deployment of nuclear strike aircraft to the UK signals to continental Europe that planning for nuclear war against Russia is accelerating.
Britain isn’t flourishing, and Johnson’s silly pretensions in that regard are only lowering the UK’s standing even further — all round the globe.
The U.S. should do everything it can to ensure that the Middle East is a nuclear weapons-free zone, Brian Cloughley writes.
Washington considers that Iran is and always will be hostile to the U.S. and there is no indication whatever of desire to initiate discussions
Washington should face up to facts and accept that the U.S. must cooperate with China and Russia rather than maintaining its aggressive stance.
The great danger is that Washington’s provocations will cross the “red line” with Moscow and lead to escalation, which will indeed be a page-turner.
The military-industrial complex is laughing while Afghans are weeping as they face death by starvation or at the hands of ignorant bigoted savages.
President Biden should reset in the Marshall mode and concentrate on forging amity and cooperation while combating the real enemies of humanity