World Affairs

A View from the Brink

September 17, 2019 0

Welcome to the world where things don’t add up. For instance, some people did some things to the Saudi Arabian oil refinery at Abqaiq over the weekend. Like, sent over a salvo of cruise missiles and armed […]

Government

Bolton Gone: Improved Peace Prospects?

September 13, 2019 0

The departure of John Bolton as US National Security Adviser is a good step towards decreasing international tensions by the Trump administration. But a lot more is needed from President Donald Trump to indicate a […]

Commentary

Will Donald Trump Bring Peace?

September 4, 2019 0

After two and a half years in power, President Donald Trump is about to impose his views on the Pentagon. The one who put an end to Daesh’s “Sunnistan” plan is to end the Rumsfeld […]

World Affairs

The Spy Game: It Ain’t What It Used to Be

August 1, 2019 0

Philip Giraldi The Tehran government has announced the arrest of seventeen Iranian citizens caught spying for America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Some of those arrested have already been sentenced to death. It is the third major roll-up […]

World Affairs

Waiting For The Black Swan

June 18, 2019 1

War with Iran would be the beginning of the end by Chris Martenson Two more tankers were attacked near the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday morning  (6/13/19) in the Gulf of Oman, and if hostilities […]

Military

The Curious Case of the Tankers

June 14, 2019 0

by Nat South for The Saker Blog I have taken the opportunity to look at the recent incident involving two outbound tankers in the Gulf of Oman. I have got some questions or two, (or […]

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