Trump claims he canceled an airstrike against Iran at the very last minute

The first thing to say here is that we have no means to know what really happened.  At the very least, there are two possible hypotheses which could explain what took place: 1) a US provocation: it is quite possible that somebody in the US chain of command decided that Iran should be put under... Continue Reading →

Understanding America’s “regime change” strategy in Russia

by Ollie Richardson  In what is a very timely admission taking into account the topic of my last article – 21st century international relations and decision-making, the head of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (Служба внешней разведки Российской Федерации), Sergey Naryshkin, pointed to a low risk method of “hybrid” warfare and named a specific example where it is being... Continue Reading →

Modernization of World Nuclear Forces Continues Despite Overall Decrease in Number of Warheads

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) today launches the findings of SIPRI Yearbook 2019, which assesses the current state of armaments, disarmament and international security. ​​​​​​The modernization of nuclear forces continues SIPRI Governing Board Chair Ambassador Jan Eliasson, former Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, says: ‘A key finding is that despite an overall decrease in... Continue Reading →

Russia has a big surprise for NATO warmongers in Europe and Syria

Posted in the following is our translation of an article from rueconomics.ru with commentary and notes in [brackets] by Vince Dhimos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2TQ0wAfRts The author of our translated article references the Kalibr missiles that first leapt out of Russian ships in the Caspian Sea and traveled 1500 kilometres to pinpoint terrorist targets in northern Syria. This incredibly long distance surprised and incensed... Continue Reading →

Reporter Sharmine Narwani on The Secret History of America’s Defeat in Syria

After years covering the "main battlefield in World War III," Narwani says everything you think you know is wrong When the war in Syria was recently declared decisively over, there were few correspondents or witnesses to turn to for a credible look at exactly what happened during eight years of conflict. The questions were many,... Continue Reading →

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