Why are we "over there?"
In the last years of the 20th century fraud entered US foreign policy in a new way. On false pretenses Washington dismantled Yugoslavia and Serbia in order to advance an undeclared agenda.
In the Republican and Democratic presidential debates, President Barack Obama's ultimate rejection of using force against Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad for using chemical weapons against his own people, keeps being raised as an issue.
In the last years of the 20th century fraud entered US foreign policy in a new way.
Long after the nuclear agreement was settled, opponents are undermining an already fragile peace.
To awaken Thursday to front-page photos of U.S. sailors kneeling on the deck of their patrol boat, hands on their heads in postures of surrender, on Iran's Farsi Island, brought back old and bad memories.
BANGKOK, Thailand -- The Vietnam People's Navy -- a wing of the communist party -- is now cleared by the White House to cruise the seas with American guns.
International sanctions against Iran are to be lifted today, the country's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has said.
Iran released Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian and three other detained Iranian Americans on Saturday in exchange for seven people imprisoned or charged in the United States, U.S. and Iranian officials said, a swap linked to the implement
Supported Them Anyway
In spite of these documented misjudgments turning out as Goldman predicted two and one-half years ago, Republican pundits and pols keep blaming Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and not themselves for the horrid messes in Libya, Syria, Iraq, and elsew
In response to a reported North Korean nuclear test, the US flew a B-52 over Korean territory. US military leaders claim we must confront North Korea to defend the US homeland. Meanwhile, Congress jumps into the game with more sanctions legislation o
While President Obama was tearing up to support his call for gun control, the U.S. military-industrial complex was celebrating its continued leadership in the sale of weaponry to foreign regimes.
Nobel Peace Prize-winner President Obama dropped a serious amount of ordnance last year.
Realism vs. reality: understanding why we never seem to learn from mistakes
Libertarianism in Italy, Venice and secessionism, growing European secession movements, most nation states are bankrupt, central banks fund the commercial banks to buy government debt, the growing risk of bank bail-ins, encouragement to bypass laws,
Lawfare might work in two directions
On Saturday, the Saudi Arabian government beheaded 47 people, one of whom was prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a senior opposition figure.
Terror, intimidation and violence are the glue that holds empire together.
It's Time To Send The Despicable House Of Saud To The Dustbin Of History
The European insistence on data privacy--most recently illustrated by their invalidation of the "safe harbor" agreement--is really about the US talking out of both sides of its mouth: championing privacy in public, but spying on everyone in private.
US and NATO Involvement in the Middle East. Iran, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Turkey.
In his seminal 'Fall of Rome: And the End of Civilization,' Bryan Ward-Perkins writes, "Romans before the fall were as certain as we are today that their world would continue forever… They were wrong. We would be wise not to repeat their comp
Seymour Hersh's recent revelations about an effort by the US military leadership in 2013 to bolster the Syrian army against jihadist forces in Syria shed important new light on the internal bureaucratic politics surrounding regime change in US Midd
New government documents reveal a very different history of America and the Middle East
Pakistan-Afghanistan hotline set up to reduce tension ... Pakistan and Afghanistan have established a hotline between their respective military commanders to reduce frequent cross-border tensions ... Security co-operation between the two countries is
In this video Luke Rudkowski details the top 5 most censored news stories from 2015. These are the stories that you did not hear on the main stream media but have a huge and profound affect on your life.
By this time next year, President Obama's successor will have been elected, but before he goes, he still has things he intends to finish in the remaining 12 months of his presidency.
The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 gave birth to a dangerous American ideology called neoconservativism.
Hidden Agendas, Declassified Documents. "The U.S versus the World"