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The Strategy Behind Washington’s Destabilization Of Venezuela By
NEW YORK (Analysis)– The corporate media continues to churn out endless stories detailing repression, state violence and socioeconomic collapse in Venezuela. Conspicuously absent from their stories, however, is the fact that...
Trump Team Promises To ‘Deal With Iran’ Before New Administration Comes To Power By
(ANALYSIS) — After launching the disastrous missile strikes against Syrian military forces that resulted in the killing of Syrian soldiers, civilians, and children as well as sending ships toward North Korea in a flagrant act of aggression and dropping the largest...
North Korea Threatens US With Preemptive Nuclear Strike By
Whether China is right about North Korea conducting a nuclear test on April 25th remains to be seen, but for now Kim Jong-Un is content with merely escalating the verbal warfare and overnight North Korean state media warned the United States of a “super-mighty preemptive...
Despite Iran’s Compliance, State Dept Attempts To Undermine Nuclear Deal By
While the US State Department was obliged to admit that Iran remains in full compliance with the P5+1 nuclear deal in a report to Congress, they are clearly not happy about that fact, and with President Trump openly looking to “renegotiate” the deal, Secretary of State...
Manufacturing Consent For War In Syria: Trump’s Strategy Of Unpredictability By
ANALYSIS – At the end of March, the Trump administration won the approval of anti-war activists and others opposed to U.S.-led regime change efforts abroad when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters gathered in Istanbul that the “longer term of [Syrian]...
Russia Warns US: “Don’t Strike Syria Again” By
Amid attempts to “clarify areas of sharp difference,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov blasted the Trump administration’s “ambiguous and contradictory” foreign policy at the start of talks with Tillerson in Moscow Wednesday calling the demand...
European Union Rejects Calls For Russia Sanctions By
Britain’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson led the charge at the G7 for sanctions to be brought against Moscow to no avail, as Germany, Italy and the wider European Union rejected his request. Johnson’s colleagues, however, are somewhat optimistic that measures...
Putin Will Not Meet Tillerson In Russia, As Confusion Grows Over US Policy Toward Syria By
While the US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson seem unable to agree on what the right policy is regarding Syria and specifically Assad, with the former saying a top priority of Trump is to oust Assad, while the latter claimed over...
‘Why Is Jared Kushner In Iraq?’ Trump Son-In-Law Expands Shadow Diplomat Role By
Raising eyebrows once again about President Donald Trump’s merging of family and government business, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner accompanied the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman on an official visit to Iraq on Monday. Kushner, who is married to Trump’s...
In Major US Shift, Tillerson Says Assad’s Future Up To Syrian People By
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s visit to Turkey has uncovered a dramatic shift in US policy toward Syria, as Tillerson declared in his visit with Turkey’s Foreign Minister that the future of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should be left up to the Syrian people. Throughout...