We have long editorialized at VT that the Western NeoCon plans to create a new East-West threat competition to divert major expenditures into certain industries under the guise of "defending our interests" was nothing more than an international c
In this video Luke Rudkowski covers the latest breaking news from U.S Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to Russia in order to negotiate with Vladimir Putin.
Nearly everyone claims to want to do something about ISIS, but nothing ever happens. In reality, the only powers directly affected by ISIS that are willing to fight are Iran and Syria, with a little help from Lebanon's Hezbollah.
Though the U.S. government denies that it runs an empire, it maintains a bristling global network of military bases unprecedented in world history, including some where the population strenuously protests the presence, as retired Col. Ann Wright note
A US military ground operation began and ended without much fanfare earlier this week in Libya, the Pentagon admitted today, in a shockingly bungling effort to secretly establish a presence of US special forces in the country.
To delve into Daesh's convoluted money trail, one must first explore its equally convoluted origins. And in both areas, the role of the U.S. and its allies can not be ignored.
general rebrands Isis 'Daesh' after requests from regional partners ... Leader of operations against group uses alternative name - a pejorative in Arabic that rejects fighters' claims on Islam ... A top Pentagon general has informally rebranded the
Putin Blasts Interventionist US Foreign Policy, Calls Forcible Regime Change "Intolerable"
The Dems know drawing attention whatsoever to the appalling results of their candidate's previous stewardship of US foreign policy would be most unwise. But the Republicans? One would think they'd appreciate the Donald's summation of
Calm Before the Storm?
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By all accounts, ISIS is clearly the biggest threat to the United States, with the San Bernardino attacks just the most recent to take out Americans.
In the many strategies proposed to defeat the Islamic State (IS) by presidential candidates, policymakers, and media pundits alike across the American political spectrum, one common element stands out: someone else should really do it.
"In an interview with Truth In Media's Joshua Cook, Mint Press News editor Mnar Muhawesh discusses an important issue regarding foreign policy that the main stream media won't cover: who is profiting from the war in Syria?"
Concentration of forces is the most basic law of military science. Victory on the battlefield is won by amassing as many troops as possible at the key point of attack, or 'schwerpunkt,' as it's known in German.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Sunday she would take the relationship between the U.S. and Israel "to the next level," but warned that solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would not be enough to stabilize the entire region
2015 has been a record year for many things - mass shootings in America, Warriors' winning streak, global terrorist attacks, warmest temperatures, and last but not least beheadings in Saudi Arabia.
Ayman al-Sanabani beamed as he entered his family's home on his wedding day. He was greeting his new bride, Gamila, who was in a bedroom surrounded by friends. Ayman sat beside her for several minutes, receiving warm words of congratulations.
CBS' Face the Nation is the most-watched Sunday morning news television show in the U.S., attracting roughly 3 million viewers each week.
Why hasn't the U.S. bombed the oil wells that ISIS controls into oblivion by now?
The interventionists will do anything to prevent Americans from seeing that their foreign policies are perpetuating terrorism and inspiring others to seek to harm us.
Former CIA Director and retired four-star general David Petraeus on Monday warned against sending American troops on a dangerous fool's errand in Syria
In the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Beirut and Kenya, CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta asked Barack Obama, "Why can't we take out these bastards?" Acosta echoes many Americans who are hungry for revenge, and fav
Russia on Thursday vowed to carry out broad retaliatory measures against Turkey's economy to avenge the downing of one of its warplanes as Moscow and Ankara traded furious verbal volleys
Hollande, Putin Agree on Increased Intel Sharing
Hollande, Putin Agree on Increased Intel Sharing
How Uncle Sam Seeded Global Jihad & Cultivates It to This Day
One Candidate Is Confronting the Hawks on the Road to War
The Country ISIS Uses As A Home Base And Where It Has Sold 800 Millions Dollars Of Oil
Washington has learned that threats and coercion do not work against Russia.