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The revelations – studiously ignored by the mainstream media – shed a light on the tangled web weaved by the complicit media and the West’s shameless hypocrisy, involving the OPCW, Wikileaks and Julian Assange’s illegal detention.
Two major newspapers in Italy, la Repubblica and Rai News, recently revealed that Erdogan’s Turkey uses thousands of jihadists to fight against the Kurdish militias in Syria.
Before looking into the US withdrawal from protecting the SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) Kurds, it is worth considering what has been happening in the US in recent days to get a better picture.
Trump’s main problem lies in the long-term damage his actions and statements may do to the credibility of the US empire.
The world is now witnessing one of the greatest diplomatic masterpieces bringing closer the end of the seven-year-long Syrian conflict.
There is a strong current of change affecting the international political arena. It is the beginning of a revolution brought on by the transition from a unipolar to multipolar world order.
Yemen’s Houthis are succeeding on inflicting emphatic, humiliating defeats on the Saudi armed forces through textbook examples of asymmetric warfare.
The Houthi incursions into Saudi Arabia are now a daily event, and as long as Riyadh continues to commit war crimes against innocent Yemeni civilians, the situation will only worsen, with increasingly grave consequences for the internal stability of the Saudi system.
With an election looming, Trump cannot risk triggering a new conflict and betraying one of his most important electoral promises. The Western elite does not seem to have any intention of destroying the petrodollar-based world economy with which it generates its own profits and controls global finance.
When considering the possibility of great-power conflict in the near future, it is difficult to bypass space as one of the main areas of strategic focus for the major powers. The United States, Russia and China all have cutting-edge programs for the militarization of space, though with a big difference.