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Corbyn Says What We All Knew: The War on Terror Isn’t Working

London (GPA) – Speaking to reporters in Westminster today, head of the U.K. Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn called for real changes to British policy in fighting terrorism. With only days to go before a snap election called by the Conservative Party under Theresa May, a major question now looming over the debates is terrorism. While […]

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New Documents Show US ‘Lost’ Over $1B in Weapons

Washington, D.C. (GPA) – A new report obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request shows that the US lost $1.3 billion in weapons meant for Iraqi forces. The lost weapons were a part of the United States’ “Iraq Train and Equip Fund” (ITEF). The figure comes from a now declassified 2016 audit by […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Breaking Down The Economic War on Venezuela [Photos]

Caracas (GPA) – There is a lot of negative press lately in the US concerning Venezuela and the country’s current financial crisis. We here at Geopolitics Alert have also noticed that within the alternative media audience there is a willingness to believe some of these stories despite the usual attitude of distrust of the mainstream media. This article […]

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US State Dept. Accuses Syrian Government of Covering up ‘Mass Executions’

Damascus (GPA) – In yet another Western smear campaign, the US State Department released “proof” today that the Syrian government is allegedly carrying out mass murders and cremating bodies to hide their crimes. In a move similar to the photos presented by the US government in 2003 of “chemical weapons facilities” in Iraq, the State Department presented […]

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What South Korea’s Election Means for Trump’s Asia Policy

Seoul (GPA) – With the election of Moon Jae-In from the liberal opposition in South Korea, a major hindrance on US power projection in Asia may come from Seoul. As Trump has continued escalating tensions in Southeast Asia, it was almost impossible that the issue of cooperation between the US and South Korea wouldn’t become […]

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Trump Plans First Foreign Visits…To Saudi Arabia and Israel

Washington D.C. (GPA) – For those still holding out hope that Trump is going to change US foreign policy the president’s first overseas should make it painfully obvious that this isn’t the case. The White House confirmed an loose itinerary of Trump’s first visits abroad today. On the list of destinations are Saudi Arabia, Israel, […]

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Hamas Drops Hard Line Rhetoric on Israel, Seeks pre-1967 Borders

Doha (GPA) – Yesterday the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) removed some of the harsher rhetoric towards Israel from their 1988 charter, but Tel Aviv isn’t buying it. Speaking at a press conference in Doha, Qatar, exiled Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal laid out changes to the founding charter of the radical organization turned political party […]

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Trump Demands Payment for THAAD System He Sent to South Korea

Seoul (GPA) – After upsetting both adversaries and allies by moving a missile defense system to South Korea, Trump is now demanding payment for his idea. This week saw the arrival of a US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system that was delivered to South Korea ahead of schedule under orders of the […]

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Israel ‘Draws Red Line’ in Syria

Damascus (GPA) – Following another Israeli air strike near Damascus, Tel Aviv has now taken a clear position on the Syrian conflict. After 6 years of alleged Israeli “neutrality” in the Syrian conflict, the government has finally announced a semi-official “red line.” The new limits Israel is placing on their neighbors own military matters is […]

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Interview With Dermot Hudson of The Korean Friendship Association

London (GPA) – It’s time to clear up some common misconceptions about the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). That’s why we decided to speak with Dermot Hudson of the Korean Friendship Association. The western media is currently wall to wall coverage on the increasingly tense situation on the Korean Peninsula these past several weeks. […]

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