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Oil Price War and the Audit of Pandemic
Business
Oil Price War and the Audit of Pandemic
March 29, 2020

Bin Salman’s price war is failing against Russia but it is succeeding beyond even his expectation against the United States.

From Cluster Bombs to Toxic Waste: Saudi Arabia Is Creating the Next Fallujah in Yemen
March 21, 2020

Since 2015, when the war began, coalition warplanes have conducted more than 250,000 airstrikes in Yemen, according to the Yemeni Army. 70 percent of those airstrikes have hit civilian targets.

From Cluster Bombs to Toxic Waste: Saudi Arabia Is Creating the Next Fallujah in Yemen
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The Battle for the Saudi Royal Crown
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The Battle for the Saudi Royal Crown
March 16, 2020

The political consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic are already vast because its advance, and the desperate measures taken to combat it, entirely dominate the news agenda and will go on doing so for the foreseeable future, although it is in the nature of this unprecedented event that nothing can be foreseen.

How Black Swans Are Shaping Planet Panic
March 12, 2020

It was quite the game-changing plot twist last Friday in Vienna when relatively polite discussions turned into a de facto OPEC+ meltdown. Pepe ESCOBAR Is the planet under the spell of a range of Black Swans – a Wall Street […]

How Black Swans Are Shaping Planet Panic
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Idlib Will Bring Russia Even Closer to Saudi Arabia and UAE as Erdogan Pays the Price for Going It Alone
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Idlib Will Bring Russia Even Closer to Saudi Arabia and UAE as Erdogan Pays the Price for Going It Alone
March 6, 2020

Erdogan soldiers on towards the abyss in a war which his troops cannot possibly win.

An Army for Hire: Trump Wants to Make Money by Renting Out American Soldiers
January 23, 2020

U.S. military personnel is expected to be serving as human shields for the Saudis, to deter possible Iranian attacks. Will Americans tolerate this?

An Army for Hire: Trump Wants to Make Money by Renting Out American Soldiers
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Trump’s Cynical Abuse Of Human Rights Rhetoric
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Trump’s Cynical Abuse Of Human Rights Rhetoric
January 14, 2020

Try as the Trump administration might to co-opt their cause and exploit their anger for its own purposes, most Iranians hold a more negative view of the U.S. than they have held in many years. Iranian protesters are not our allies or our pawns, and we have to stop looking at their protests and the protests in other nations this way. They have their own concerns and grievances, and our government’s crocodile tears on their behalf don’t matter in the least.

General Soleimani’s Network of Revenge
January 11, 2020

In killing General Soleimani, Trump has echoed Mark Antony in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar: “Cry ‘Havoc!,’ and let slip the dogs of war.”

General Soleimani’s Network of Revenge
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