World Affairs

Towards a Post-War in the Greater Middle East

April 4, 2018 0

Contrary to the picture portrayed by Atlanticist propaganda, Thierry Meyssan takes a long-term view of international relations. For him, what we have seen in Syria over the last seven years is not a civil war, […]

World Affairs

The battle of Damascus and East Ghouta

February 27, 2018 0

The city of Damascus and the countryside to the East of the capital, East Ghouta, are the theatre for violent combats opposing Al-Qaïda (supported by the United Kingdom and France) and the Syrian Arab Army. […]

Military

Very Dangerous Escalation in Syria

September 25, 2017 0

By now many of you must have heard the news: a Russian Lieutenant-General, Valery Asapov, and two Colonels have been killed in what appears to be a very precisely targeted mortar attack.  Just as in the […]

Wealth Abuse

A “Financial H-Bomb” Has Exploded

September 19, 2017 0

BY JAMES RICKARDS Somebody exploded an H-bomb last week, and it wasn’t North Korea. It was the U.S. This was not a kinetic H-bomb, the kind that leaves a mushroom cloud. It was a financial H-bomb. […]

Military

Peace in Syria for the Benefit of Israel and Turkey?

July 11, 2017 0

Everyone expected that the crisis opposing Saudi Arabia and Qatar would facilitate the resurgence of the Riyadh-Damascus-Cairo axis which had dominated the political life of the Arab world until the « Arab Spring ». Nothing […]

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