Twenty years’ worth of “unintended” or “collateral” damage hasn’t created friends.
In 2018, there were few things Western elites didn't blame on Russia.
Erdogan believes that the Greek islands are occupied Turkish territory and must be reconquered.
Is the war in Afghanistan - and possibly elsewhere - about to be privatized?
The Euroskeptics’ main opponents are not politicians in their own countries, but rather Macron and Merkel.
Who are the extremists, aggressors, and warmongers seemingly invested in the new Cold-War brinkmanship?
George Soros is dissatisfied with the current EU refugee policy because it is still based on quotas.
For the first time in his presidency, Macron is in trouble and Europe and America are looking on.
Who gets to define what words and phrases protected under the First Amendment constitute hate — a catchall word that is often ascribed to any offensive...
Eresh Omar Jamal interviews Italian journalist Stefania Maurizi in relation to the situation of Julian Assange.
Trump’s JCPOA pullout and threatened INF Treaty withdrawal show Washington can never be trusted.
The mainstream left and state serving-media voices are trying to gaslight an entire generation into believing any candidate that wants peace with Russia may be a foreign...
Then Pentagon awarded ESSI a $49 million contract to remodel military trailers for use in Iraq.
86 days have passed since Sweden's last election without a government having formed – a record by a wide margin.
The "yellow jackets" [protestors] now have the support of 77% of the French population. They are demanding Macron's resignation and an immediate change of government.
There are no signs that anyone in the American government is either prepared to defend against the dollar collapse or to prevent it.
Ecuador's Moreno is eager to join the neoliberal economic system, making his government highly vulnerable to US economic and political influence.
Assange is not a whistleblower or a spy – he is the greatest publisher of his age, and has done more to bring the crimes of...
All around you, if you look closely enough, you will see the spectre of George Soros lurking behind the headlines.
Increased security around ports and stations already being reported, but consequences for ordinary Ukrainians are unclear.
Even in 2021, before South Stream comes fully on stream, Russian gas transit via Ukraine can fall to below 10bcm per annum.
3 Ukrainian naval vessels breach Russian border near Crimea
The very nature of government administration is weighted against success.
Public surveillance and social scoring as they have in China will be commonplace.
This new and sudden twist in the Assange saga has been met with concern by his supporters.
The so-called Syrian opposition is finding itself rudderless. Their mentors – US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE – have either reached a dead end or have turned...
There are growing warning signs that the FBI may have rushed its due diligence on Steele’s Russia work.
Trump’s relationship with Erdogan raises new questions about the credibility of US mainstream journalism. Was Khashoggi a victim of a Turkish ‘honey trap’?
The achievement of a New World Order after 1990 is being tested for some time in Washington.
The written answers submitted by Trump Tuesday have the same legal implications as an oral testimony, meaning that if the statements are proven false, he might...
In austerity Britain, who the enemy is has never been more clear.
The only reason Assange is being targeted is that he tangled with the highest levels of the western establishment. He is far from alone.
When you find yourself supporting conflicting principles, it’s a sure sign that you were never guided by principle to begin with.
Facebook and Google are profit-maximizing quasi-monopolies who will do anything to protect their monopolies.
President Trump’s nationalism heralds a return to the old U.S. doctrine of non-intervention.
The beginning of the end for Theresa May’s government.