British and Australian armies’ veteran, former deputy head of the UN military mission in Kashmir and Australian defense attaché in Pakistan
We have been moved yet another step closer to planetary destruction, Brian Cloughley writes.
It has never been Russia’s intention to invade Ukraine: this has been clear to the objective analysts of Western professional military institutions.
Cuba will remain one of Washington’s chosen enemies, while relations with the murderous autocratic Saudi regime will be “recalibrated”.
The U.S. is preparing for war in the Arctic, and the “boiling point” might not be far away, Brian Cloughley writes.
The propaganda drive against the Moscow government is gathering pace, Brian Cloughley writes.
London is using their money to buy technically disastrous aircraft and useless nuclear missiles while encouraging flag-flying from public buildings.
The casual and deeply malevolent insult delivered to President Putin on television smacks of the hideous years of Trump.
Pope Francis was absolutely right that peace is more powerful than war — but military confrontation is popular and profitable.
The facts and figures raise the question as to what has happened to the billions of dollars that have sloshed into Afghanistan over so many years.
U.S. wants to continue confrontation with Moscow and Beijing, and has made sure it is keeping NATO firmly in its schemes to maintain world dominance.