Former editor and writer for major news media organizations. He has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages
Professor Cavell gives his views on current developments in American politics with a historical perspective on socialist movements in US society.
Trump has managed to unite Congress in provoking near-unanimous condemnation of his surprise announcement to withdraw US troops from northeast Syria.
The polarization in American politics has become so extreme there seems no longer to be any center ground. The political establishment is consequently imploding into an abyss of its own making.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson showed his true colors this week when he led the collapse of European support for the nuclear deal with Iran.
Apart from Biden’s potential personal conflict of interests in Ukraine, the country may turn out to be the key to where the whole Russiagate fiasco was first dreamt up by Democrats, Kiev regime operatives and US intelligence enemies of Trump.
Julian Assange’s father, John Shipton, who is visiting several European states, to bring public attention to the persecution of Julian Assange by British authorities, gave an interview to Strategic Culture Foundation over the weekend.
The Saudi monarchs are on their own and at the mercy of the Houthis and what they do next. The downfall of the scheming Crown Prince evokes a Shakespearian drama of treachery.
Is Smolenkov being set up for hit which can then be conveniently blamed on Russia as “revenge” by the Russophobic, anti-Trump, deep state US media?
China gave Britain a stern warning this week that any naval maneuvers conducted with the US near its declared territories in the South China Sea will be met with a military response.
An official confirmation by the Trump administration of it holding discreet talks with Yemen’s Houthi rebels indicates a realization in Washington that its military intervention in the Arab country is an unsalvageable disaster requiring exit.