World Affairs

Clash of Civilizations, Revisited

July 17, 2020 0

By Pepe Escobar – republished from Asia Times by permission of author Late afternoon in May 29, 1453, Sultan Mehmet, the third son of Murad, born of a slave-girl – probably Christian – in the harem, fluent in […]

World Affairs

Turkey’s Failed Gamble in Syria

March 11, 2020 0

Conn M. HALLINAN Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s latest gamble in Syria’s civil war appears to have come up snake eyes. Instead of halting the Damascus government’s siege of the last rebel held province, Idlib, […]

World Affairs

Insights Into The Khashoggi Ordeal; Who And Why

October 23, 2018 0

by Ghassan Kadi for The Saker Blog In this insane historical era in which we currently live, events, their causes and consequences do not necessarily follow this particular logical sequence of reporting and analyzing; and […]

Wealth Abuse

Talk Cold Turkey

August 13, 2018 0

by Raúl Ilargi Meijer Recep Tayyip Erdogan became Prime Minister of Turkey in 2003. His AKP party had won a major election victory in 2002, but Erdogan was banned from political office until his predecessor Gül […]

World Affairs

Erdogan’s Karmic Trap

January 17, 2018 0

by Ghassan Kadi for the Saker blog The security zone America intends to establish in Syria is doomed to fail sooner or later. How can this assertion be made and what can it be based on? […]

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