British and Australian armies’ veteran, former deputy head of the UN military mission in Kashmir and Australian defense attaché in Pakistan
A depressing amount of Washington’s foreign policy comes down to cash and the preferred route to commercial gain seems to involve hostility.
The big question concern’s Biden’s intentions. Does he really consider that President Putin “has no soul” and is “the biggest threat” to America?
Britain is in a parlous economic condition, and is suffering from social rupture of a viciousness unknown in recent history.
Will Biden continue Trump’s support of Israel’s determination to eradicate the Palestinian people?
The stage is being set for further confrontation with China, and Stoltenberg wants NATO to gear up to join the anti-China band.
The U.S.-NATO military conglomerate is searching for threats and challenges to justify its existence.
The Tehran regime has blustered and uttered unrealisable threats, but it is absurd to imagine that it is menacing the sacred “Homeland”.
Biden is likely to continue the policy of hostility. Forget trade: the name of the game is Confrontation.
While Biden will restore more cordial relations with European countries, he will maintain his anti-Russia stance as a supporter of the new Cold War.