The Fall of Iraq - What You Aren't Being Told
The situation in Iraq is serious, and is probably going to get worse before it gets better.
Syria's civil war has washed over Turkey's border, flooding the latter with hundreds of thousands of refugees.
Bush and Blair said Iraq was a war on Islamic fascism. They lost
In 2006, I invited the late General Bill Odom to address my Thursday Congressional luncheon group.
Al Qaeda used by western powers as a destabilizing force to foment chaos and disorder and facilitate divide and conquer
President Obama chose his West Point commencement address to reaffirm the globalist, interventionist posture that has characterized his presidency. This week, against the backdrop of Iraq descending into chaos with hundreds of casualties a day and Li
American critics of U.S. foreign policy (as well as some neoconservative supporters) often refer to the United States as an empire.
This now hangs in front of the US Embassy in Moscow
Former congressman Ron Paul is attributing the current crisis in Iraq to failed American foreign policy and warns the worse has yet to come.
In his very nice conversation with Justin Raimondo Tom Woods calls Ted Cruz "Worst of the Worst" on Foreign Policy at 8:02 mark.
The neoconservatives can run, but they can't hide. Their policies have come home to roost.
While barely covered in the western media as a result of the curious blackout of recent developments in the Ukraine civil war, for nearly a month Ukraine has had a new president, 48 year old billionaire businessman, Petro Poroshenko.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has revealed for the first time that Iran has made a detailed proposal to the P5+1 group of states aimed at ensuring that no stockpile of low-enriched uranium would be available for "breakout" through enrichment
Shi'te Muslim Iran is so alarmed by Sunni insurgent gains in Iraq that it may be willing to cooperate with Washington in helping Baghdad fight back, a senior Iranian official told Reuters.
If the title sounds repetitive to recent posts…it is; continuing my thread of musings about the changing (or not changing) world of power-elite struggles….
Like many chief executives of American companies, Rex W. Tillerson of Exxon Mobil didn't attend the major business forum in Russia last month, at the urging of White House officials. But the company's exploration chief, Neil W. Duffin, did.
Direct Shipments to Fighters Undermining Secular Leaders
his debate has re-entered history through Hungarian politics. Some have accused Prime Minister Viktor Orban of trying to emulate a man named Miklos Horthy, who ruled Hungary before and during World War II. This is meant as an indictment. If so, at th
On June 8, 1967, Israeli leaders learned they could deliberately attack a U.S. Navy ship and try to send it, together with its entire crew, to the bottom of the Mediterranean – with impunity.
This September, voters in Scotland will be asked whether or not the nation should leave the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. And according to a recent poll, support for Scottish independence is at 46% (once undecideds are removed
Joe Biden announced the combined $61m aid package in Kiev, on the sidelines of new Ukrainian president's inauguration
Ukraine President-elect Petro Poroshenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed during a meeting Friday that Russia would send an envoy to Ukraine in to resolve points of conflict between the two nations.
Rejoice: the second cold war appears to be over (after Russia skillfully annexed Crimea). How do we know?
moments after President publicly ignored Russian leader at D-Day memorial
US-supported forces are committing war crimes – against their own people
Honor is a difficult concept, particularly for modern-day progressives. It is archaic, elusive, unquantifiable, profoundly personal, stubborn, indifferent to public opinion, beyond the grasp of economic incentives, social norms and government coercio
Pressuring Candidates Even Before They Are Nominated
Pay close attention to Steven Starr's guest column, "The Lethality of Nuclear Weapons."
It's conniption time on Capitol Hill, as the Obama administration is demonstrating quietly there will be at least some consequences for stonewalling the administration's effort actually to forge,....