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How Turkey’s Invasion of Syria Backfired on Erdogan
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How Turkey’s Invasion of Syria Backfired on Erdogan
October 17, 2019

Turkish troops and their Arab allies are still pushing forward, but Turkey has lost the diplomatic and propaganda wars. In the end, it will have no option but to declare a famous victory and retreat.

This Time the Yanks Are Deadly Serious
October 16, 2019

President Donald Trump could have been more deft and diplomatic in how he engineered that immediate pullout from northeastern Syria.

This Time the Yanks Are Deadly Serious
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Trump Administration Provides New Evidence for a Saudi Connection to 9/11
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Trump Administration Provides New Evidence for a Saudi Connection to 9/11
October 3, 2019

The declassified name is only a partial victory for the group that goes by the name 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism.

Just as Iraq Begins to Find Peace, It Once Again Becomes the Battleground for an American Proxy War
October 2, 2019

People in Baghdad are fearful that the next war between the US and Iran will take place in Iraq, which is only just returning to peace after the defeat of Isis.

Just as Iraq Begins to Find Peace, It Once Again Becomes the Battleground for an American Proxy War
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Brexit Britain – The Planned Stages of Social Change
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Brexit Britain – The Planned Stages of Social Change
September 30, 2019

There is no doubt that whilst far-right organisations existed in years gone by, they never really had any traction in the political discourse of Britain – but they do today – and their anarchic voices are only getting louder.

Using Forged Emails, ‘Progressive’ Journalists Smear Their Own for Challenging Syria Groupthink
September 23, 2019

For the industry of experts and journalists giving media cover to Syria’s jihadist insurgency, the three of them had once again crossed a line.

Using Forged Emails, ‘Progressive’ Journalists Smear Their Own for Challenging Syria Groupthink
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State Surveillance: Blacklisting and the Secret Habit Employers Can’t Seem to Kick
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State Surveillance: Blacklisting and the Secret Habit Employers Can’t Seem to Kick
September 20, 2019

Made up of senior civil servants from different departments along with MI5 and Special Branch representatives, SPL analysed the supposedly subversive threat to the machinery of government.

Turkey Summit Shows Russia’s Growing Mideast Influence
September 20, 2019

To any objective observer, Russia’s role is commendably bringing about peaceful results through its diligent diplomacy and consistent adherence to principles of sovereignty and respect for international law.

Turkey Summit Shows Russia’s Growing Mideast Influence
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