Foreign Affairs
Ex-CIA Officer: US Knows Syrian Rebels Cover For al-Nusra Front
Former CIA counterterrorism officer Philip Giraldi said that the US government is fully aware that the allegedly moderate opposition in Syria is working closely with the al-Nusra Front, an offshoot of the al-Qaeda terror group, but publicly pretends the two groups are separate.
Far-Right Leader Found Guilty Of Inciting Racial Hatred On Facebook
In Germany, the terrifying swing to the extreme right has so far prompted 1,000 attacks on accommodation for asylum seekers.
Sheldon Adelson Will Support Trump As Republican Nominee
‘I’m a Republican, he’s a Republican,’ says Jewish casino magnate and mega-donor to GOP; ‘he won fair and square’
The American Jewish Scholar Behind Labour’s ‘Antisemitism’ Scandal Breaks His Silence
Norman G. Finkelstein talks Naz Shah MP, Ken Livingstone, and the Labour ‘antisemitism’ controversy.
BP To Open Office In Iranian Capital
BP's presence in Iran is controversial considering the company's tumultuous past in the country.
Israeli General: ‘Israel Today Shows Signs Of 1930s Germany​’
'It's scary to see horrifying developments that took place in Europe begin to unfold here,' Maj.-Gen. Yair Golan said during a Holocaust Remembrance speech.
How Washington Has Been Profiting From “Helping Opposition Forces”
Washington has started a large number of training programs in Syria, Afghanistan and other hot spots, and despite spending considerable amounts of taxpayers’ money, have never achieved their stated objectives.
Monsanto Set To Fight Argentina Over “Royalties” Owed By Farmers
Monsanto has been demanding that exporters inspect cargo to determine whether or not farmers had paid the requisite royalties to produce the company’s genetically modified soybeans.
US Military Aid To Israel Stalled Over Questions Of Israel-Made Arms
US military aid to Israel doesn’t really go to Israel, not in cash at least. Rather, the money overwhelmingly goes to a handful of well-connected US arms makers.
Doubts Rise Over TTIP As France Threatens To Block EU-US Deal
French president rejects trade pact in current form as lead negotiator blames Washington for impasse a day after leak revealed ‘irreconcilable’ differences.