Just like 1929 Japan, the Achilles heel of the Chinese economy is their extreme oil dependence. This will undoubtedly impact Chinese foreign policy. How bad could it get?
Friday, deep into the 17th year of America's longest war, Taliban forces overran Ghazni, a provincial capital that sits on the highway from Kabul to Kandahar.
It Won't Be a Race War, Two Recent Dystopian Novels Tell Us
Senior military officials say many troops will be sent to southern front after Palestinian terrorists launch more than 150 rockets, mortar shells overnight
McCain and Graham are back on the warpath.
Last week, US State Department officials met with Taliban leaders in Qatar. At the request of the Taliban, the US-backed Afghan government was not invited. The officials discussed ceasefires and an end to the war.
The United States seems ready to give up on Afghanistan.
I am getting that Iraq deja vu feeling again, only this time with respect to Iran.
An Iranian special forces general has warned president Donald Trump against starting a war with Iran. The comments by Major-General Qassem Soleimani, who heads the Quds Force of the Guards, are just the latest in rhetoric between Washington and Tehr
What the U.N. calls the "world's worst humanitarian crisis" is an unhappy confluence of American media taboos
In this edition of Probable Cause, Newsbud's Founder & Editor Sibel Edmonds delivers a powerful message to the Iranian people, based on the bloody track record from America's 'liberation wars.'
A combined domestic insurgency and a plot to invade the United States is in the words. Before describing these events, it is necessary to define terms:
Americans are opposed to going to war against Iran by a more than two-to-one margin according to a new poll.
A new bombshell report by Australia's ABC says the White House is drawing up plans to strike alleged nuclear facilities in Iran as early as next month