Commentary

The New World is Emerging Before Us

October 23, 2019 0

Thierry Meyssan underlines the extreme gravity, not of the US withdrawal from Syria, but of the collapse of the world’s current landmarks. According to him, we are entering a short transition period, during which the […]

World Affairs

The World Turned Upside Down

October 14, 2019 0

Martin Sieff When a still-bewildered General Earl Charles Cornwallis surrendered his entire army to George Washington and to the Comte de Rochambeau at Yorktown in 1781, according to legend, a British military band heightened the […]

Military

Can Trump Still Avoid War with Iran?

September 20, 2019 0

September 19, 2019 by Patrick J. Buchanan A more fundamental question arises: If the United States was not attacked, why is it our duty to respond militarily to an attack on Saudi Arabia? President Donald Trump does […]

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 […]

Military

The Saudis Learn the Term “Asymmetric Response”

August 21, 2019 0

Tom Luongo, The Saudis just learned that some moments in history show their significance as they unfold. Iran shooting down a U.S. Global Hawk stealth drone and President Trump refusing his war-hawk cabinet in retaliating […]

World Affairs

As Trump Backs Down, the Pips Squeak

July 22, 2019 0

Tom Luongo Last week it was all fire and brimstone. The US was threatening more sanctions on Iran, the Brits were seizing oil tankers and Iran was violating the JCPOA. This week things look different […]

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