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Historical Editorial: The Parallels  of Turkey and Byzantium

Istanbul (GPA) – It so happened that historical parallels are not uncommon in world politics. One of the most striking of such parallels is the current events in Aleppo and Idlib. Just as its Byzantine predecessor, modern Turkey under various pretexts, is trying to seize Muslim lands by setting up a pro-Western residence. You may ask what does […]

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There’s no End to Washington’s “Invade, Destroy, Repeat” Mantra

Washington D.C. (NEO) – Aggression in all shapes and forms has been for a long time the tool of choice for Washington in its approach towards all of its foreign policy challenges. There are more confirmations of this notion in history that you will be willing to check up and those become particularly relevant today […]

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Ansarullah Leader Explains How US and UN Sandbagged Yemen Peace Talks

Sana’a (MPN) – Geopolitics Alert editor, Randi Nord, interviewed President of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee for MintPress News. Here’s what he had to say. The last thing Saudi Arabia and its Western allies want is a self-sustaining, economically viable, militarily strong, and anti-imperialist Yemen at the bottom of the Arabian Peninsula, controlling the Red Sea and […]

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Iran, as Supporter of Self-Determination, a Thorn in Imperial Washington’s Side

Tehran (MPN) – Iran’s unapologetic self-determination, including its ballistic missile and nuclear energy program as well its resistance to economic imperialism, make it a constant thorn in Washington’s side. Washington’s hostility towards the Islamic Republic of Iran dates back nearly 40 years to February of 1979 when revolutionary forces overthrew the Western-backed monarchy of Mohammad […]

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Millennium Challenge: When the US Navy Lost a Simulated War With Iran

Washington (GPA) – In 2002 the US Navy carried out war games with one team acting as Iran in a hypothetical conflict. The Navy exercise, known as Millennium Challenge 2002 (MC02), was meant to simulate a war between the US (the ‘Blue’ team) and an unnamed middle eastern nation (the ‘Red’ team) presumed to be […]

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Censorship of RT and Sputnik Shows US Hypocrisy on ‘Subversion’

Washington (GPA) – Western media is cheering about the recent attacks on RT and Sputnik by the US government and corporations, but one thing they fail to mention is the extent of the US operations doing the exact same thing overseas. In just over the past month and a half, the US has witnessed, yet another, significant uptick in the […]

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How The Turkish Military Lost Power by Trying to Keep it

Ankara (GPA) – For the first time in the history of Turkey, it appears the military is actually accountable to the civilian government, in large part as a result of the old guard’s own decisions. These past several months have seen US-Turkish relations hit an all-time low as Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s ever-growing power continues to run up against […]

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The ‘Forgotten War’: The US Destruction of The DPRK

Pyongyang (GPA) – There are rumors that when President-elect Donald Trump first met with then President Barack Obama, Trump was allegedly warned that there would be one major geopolitical hot spot that was likely to become a Gordian knot for the incoming regime. This eternal puzzle for the US global empire is, of course, the Democratic People’s’ Republic […]

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