What should Trump do now? Act. He cannot lose this battle with Pelosi without demoralizing his people and imperiling his presidency.
How a single Reuters article became central to the US disinformation effort against Iran
The Gilets Jaunes movement in France could be the beginning of a general worldwide revolt against the current world order
The US has begun the process of removing the 2,000 soldiers based in northeastern Syria.
If Trump betrays his constituents by not delivering on his campaign promises, then he would simply be like any other politician who, upon being elected, soon...
"I must fight him," Orban said.
The details of Whelan’s arrest, if true, are completely consistent with how a low- to mid-level source might be run and used by a US government...
Wilbur Ross stressed in a statement that the Huawei export ban is "independent" of the trade negotiations.
Never forget that this is a ‘two way street’ in that those countries who control the satellites basically will incredibly control all people on Earth.
The filing contains new information about Manafort’s connections to Konstantin Kilimnik, a Russian-Ukrainian business associate who was indicted last year on charges he tampered with potential...
Instead of meeting with Bolton, Erdogan used a prescheduled speech in parliament to criticize American proposals that the Kurdish group play a key role in Syria...
If Washington wants peace on the Korean peninsula, it will need to work with Beijing.
In the Cold War there was a notion going around that the Soviet and Western systems were converging and that they would meet in the middle.
While the US refuses to cooperate with the Syrian Army and Russia in fighting ISIS the holy warriors will always have somewhere to hide.
The subordinate European governments have also dutifully facilitated American militarism by affording a multilateral pseudo legal cover for Washington’s imperialist wars.
Peter Strzok’s “insurance policy” idea was conceived months before and put into action by none other than the Clinton presidential campaign.
The US doesn't want pro-Turkish forces to slaughter the Kurds, but neither does the US want the Kurds to strike a deal with Assad.
The key to Yemen peace...
The price of Middle East interventions for the United States? Some 7,000 dead, 40,000 wounded and trillions of dollars.
While the Blob freaks out, reports suggest Rand Paul is helping the president keep his campaign promises on war.
Polish foreign minister Czaputowicz proposed that France share its nuclear arsenal and hand over its seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to the European...
Twenty years’ worth of “unintended” or “collateral” damage hasn’t created friends.
Perhaps FT’s controversial nomination was an attempt to rally the forces of neoliberalism at a time when populism and nascent nationalism is sweeping the planet.
Drug offenses are typically punished severely in China, and drug smuggling offenses are often met with the death penalty.
In a world marked by growing geopolitical rivalry between Washington and Beijing, American allies will increasingly face a stark choice between the two.
Too many of those protesting the removal of U.S. forces are authors of the catastrophe that tore Syria to pieces.
King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued a number of royal decrees, reforming some parts of the Saudi cabinet and appointing different individuals to various offices.
Merkel is attempting to push the globalist agenda to its disturbing conclusion before she stands down.
Netanyahu commends Israeli air force after alleged airstrike.
Erdogan wants to eliminate the SDF, and until now, the only thing that stood in his way was the US military presence.
The Global Times reported that the amount of drugs purportedly smuggled by Schellenberg "will surprise you when it goes public."
The C.I.A. and its Saudi counterpart have maintained an unusual arrangement for the rebel-training mission in Syria, code-named Timber Sycamore.
Trump withdrawing US troops from Syria strongly suggests that the real estate magnate from Manhattan just might be the real deal.
Trump's Christmas tweets included “Fake News” and the Democrats, the Federal Reserve, and praise for Saudi Arabia.
Is the war in Afghanistan - and possibly elsewhere - about to be privatized?
American media has made it acceptable for foreign media to write fake articles about the US president.