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.
The United States continues to consider the S-400 air defense system a threat to its F-35 fifth generation stealth fighter platform.
The Democrats intend to mount a non-stopping offensive against the President.
The Russian military plans to build a military church to bolster the spiritual values of its armed forces.
Clinton admitted that while she doesn’t want to run again — she would “like to be president.”
Petr Bystron: I don’t think Germany should let itself be blackmailed by anyone, and should be free to get its energy supplies from wherever is best.
Taiwan and the US are reportedly pushing ahead with their plans to repel any alleged Chinese invasion, with military drills set for the end of November.
The EU has been trying to create a special purpose vehicle (SPV) that would allow the bloc to continue buying Iranian oil.
Macron: "Russia… is near our borders and has shown it could be threatening."
Ankara claims jurisdiction for offshore research in the East Mediterranean, an area thought to be rich with natural resources.
Trump: “We're looking at Yemen very carefully right now. We are actually studying Yemen very, very carefully.”
Further research shows The New York Times was even further off the mark in blaming Russian social media for Trump’s win.
Russia’s SPFS will gain clients across Iran, Turkey, China and the rest of its close trading partners.
Turkey's Erdogan tell Washington Post: "We know the order to kill Khashoggi came from highest level of Saudi government."
So much for Mike Pompeo's warning to Saudi Arabia...
The G-20 meeting will be long and thorough, and in Paris, it will be short, brief.
Prince Ahmad bin Abdulaziz returns to Riyadh with UK and US security guarantees and a brief to cut the crown prince down to size.
With 99 percent of the ballots counted, Bolsonaro, is ahead with 55.1 percent of the vote.
Turkey, France, Germany, and Russia worked out a common vision for the steps needed to end Syrian conflict.
Gab immediately took down Bowers' page, but not before backing it up and sending it to the FBI.
Khashoggi’s critique was both eloquent and controversial. It’s why he was murdered.
George Papadopoulos says his admission to London-based professor Stefan Halper occurred well before the FBI and Obama DOJ sought a FISA warrant to collect Trump campaign communications.
The proposed amendments to the EU Copyright Directive would require the automatic removal of any user-created content suspected of violating intellectual property law.
Energy companies are flocking to the Mediterranean after oil and gas discoveries in the territorial waters of Israel, Cyprus, and Egypt.
There comes a time when hard choices must be made…when it is no longer possible to remain aloof or amused, because the barbarians have arrived at...
The US is pulling out of a nuclear missile pact with Russia. The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty requires both countries to eliminate their short and medium-range...
According to preliminary information, the incident was caused by a gas explosion at a college facility in Kerch, Crimea.
Alternate for Germany (AfD) is now pushing up towards 20% nationally.
Proceed with caution: the CIA, NSA, FBI and DOD are your 'friends' on Facebook.
Turkey neither recognizes Cyprus’s maritime borders nor the agreements its exclusive economic zones. Nicosia manages the gas exploration in the waters it considers its own.
Poland has been trying to diversify its oil supplies to reduce its reliance on Russian oil imports.
Via RT UK-based ‘investigative’ group Bellingcat claims one of the the men accused by the UK authorities of being involved in the Salisbury poisoning affair is...
A senior Turkish police source believes that Khashoggi, a prominent critic of the Saudi government, was "brutally tortured, killed and cut into pieces".
According to Stoltenberg, Serbia should be thankful for NATO's 78-day bombardment of Yugoslavia.