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More Evidence of OPCW Cover-Up in Syria Has Come Forward
More Evidence of OPCW Cover-Up in Syria Has Come Forward
February 15, 2020

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons may have lied about the nature of chemical weapons use in Douma.

How Obama’s Mid-East Policy Led to Nazi Rebirth in Today’s Germany
January 30, 2020

Now that Trump has gone so far as to terminate Obama’s only good foreign-policy action, the JCPOA or Iran nuclear agreement, and to opt for war against Iran, the dangers to democracy in Europe could escalate even farther.

How Obama’s Mid-East Policy Led to Nazi Rebirth in Today’s Germany
World
The Torturers and the ‘Ticking Bomb’: How Torture Became Routine in the Global War on Terror
Security
The Torturers and the ‘Ticking Bomb’: How Torture Became Routine in the Global War on Terror
January 30, 2020

With the excitement over Trump’s impeachment, it comes as no surprise that recent insights into how the U.S. became a torture state have been ignored.

Chaotic Libya Being Helped Towards Stability
January 28, 2020

Tell that to those who gathered at the Berlin conference to try to find a way forward from the tragic catastrophe created by the NATO dimwits.

Chaotic Libya Being Helped Towards Stability
Security
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The United States: a Record-Holder in Political Assassinations
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The United States: a Record-Holder in Political Assassinations
January 22, 2020

There is a big difference between assassinating Al Qaeda and Islamic State leaders and the commanders of government military forces of United Nations member states like Iran and Iraq.

Drone Strikes Leave Innocent Widows and Orphans
January 21, 2020

The innocent widows and orphans are on the conscience of the world, but the drone attacks will continue.

Drone Strikes Leave Innocent Widows and Orphans
Security
Interview: How the Libyan Landscape Is Changing As New Players Get Boots on the Ground
Interview
Interview: How the Libyan Landscape Is Changing As New Players Get Boots on the Ground
January 16, 2020

Martin Jay asks the Tripoli-based analyst Mohamed Eljarh for his take on who are the winners and losers of Russia and Turkey being on opposite sides in Libya.

Trump Administration Weaponises Its Talent for Lying
January 14, 2020

What makes 9/11 different is that the American right – including those in government – has relentlessly abused the memory of its victims by lying about what happened.

Trump Administration Weaponises Its Talent for Lying
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