Russia’s Calm, But Firm, Response to the US Shooting Down a Syrian Fighter Jet

The Syrian government says its plane was bombing ISIL forces. (This could be perceived as an unequivocally good act, ISIL being what it is.) But the U.S. says the plane was bombing its proxies, who are themselves battling ISIL aroundREAD ON

‘Without Putin, Syria Would Have Ceased to Exist’: Interview with Flemish Priest Living in Syria

Flemish Father Daniel Maes, who has lived in Syria since 2010 , commenting on European leaders willingness to serve Washington in the Middle East: “He who serves the interests of foreign powers and destroys the lives of people of other nationsREAD ON

A Salute to Tulsi Gabbard

Dispatches from Deena Stryker here would appear to be little in common between a bearded fighter in the Sierra Madre and a London-trained optometrist each holding power in his respective country, but as the US pursues a new policy towardREAD ON

I Am A Syrian Living in Syria: “It was Never a Revolution nor a Civil War. The Terrorists are sent by your Government”

By Mark Taliano American People, Please Help Us Global Research, September 07, 2016 Region: Middle East & North Africa Theme: 9/11 & ‘War on Terrorism’, Crimes against Humanity, US NATO War Agenda Two years ago, “Majd” wrote these words onREAD ON

Silk Road

Redrawing New Silk Road: China ‘to Shift Its Focus to Russia, India’

Mathew Mavaak, Distinguished Collaborator It’s time to re-draw New Silk Road routes given security threats emerging in the Middle East and Central Asia, as well as a looming economic crisis in the West, geostrategic analyst Mathew Maavak told Sputnik. hileREAD ON


Hiroshima atomic bombing – what your teachers didn’t tell you. Jeff J. Brown, China Rising Radio Sinoland, on Press TV 160806

The 71st anniversary of Hiroshima’s atomic bombing, and a week later, Nagasaki, at the of World War II, are celebrated in Eurangloland, but elsewhere, are branded as war crimes by most of the world’s citizens. On Press TV, Jeff J.READ ON

Airstrokes won't defeat ISIS

War to ‘stop’ war: Libya’s ‘Operation Odyssey Lightning: The Obama Doctrine is Ravaging the Middle East

Ramzy Baroud, PhD Politics for the People veryone seems to have a theory on how to obliterate ISIS, or ‘Daesh’. However, two points are rarely raised: one, concerning the origins of the group and the second, on whether there areREAD ON