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World Rushes to Blame Assad After Another Chemical Attack in Idlib

Damascus (GPA) – The western media went into a frenzy this morning starting yet another smear campaign. This time accusing the Syrian Army of using chemical weapons in Idlib. The problem is the accusation doesn’t hold up to even half hearted scrutiny. Reports broke this morning concerning a chemical weapons attack in Idlib. Which the western powers […]

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EU Snubs Russia in Favor of New Israeli Pipeline. Will Turkey Follow Suit?

Tel Aviv (GPA) – At 1,248 miles long and almost 6 miles deep, this will be the longest and deepest undersea pipeline ever built. Israel hopes that becoming a major energy exporter will improve relations with current foes. How will this change the geopolitical landscape? The Pipeline Israel and the European Union signed a new natural […]

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Can Republicans Break Free of the ‘Russian Trap’?

Washington, D.C. (SCF) – The Democrats’ recent campaign to accuse Moscow of conspiring with Trump to meddle in the US presidential election looks completely preposterous when viewed from Russia, but it must be acknowledged that this plan of attack is having an effect. By forcing the Republicans into a discussion about the «hand of Putin», the losing […]

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Dick Cheney Supports Russia Hack Claim; Calls it ‘Act of War’

New Delhi (GPA) – Dick Cheney, a man that has never seen an excuse for war that he didn’t like, spoke recently at a conference in New Delhi where he said he firmly believes the allegations of Russian hacking in the 2016 election and considers it “an act of war.” Former Vice President Dick Cheney […]

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Despite Russian Warning, Israel Pledges to Keep Bombing Syria

Tel Aviv (GPA) – Following a meeting between Vladimir Putin and the Israeli ambassador to Russia concerning Israel’s recent actions in Syria, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said his country will not change their policy on bombing Syrian army positions. Tensions are high between Russia and Israel following several incursions into Syrian airspace by […]

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US Targets China & Russia Under Guise of ‘Korea Protector’

Seoul, South Korea (SCF) The sped-up deployment of America’s THAAD missile defense system in South Korea this week has triggered alarm over a new arms race in the Asia-Pacific region. Central to regional concerns is the following question: why is the US missile system capable of penetrating deep inside Chinese and Russian territory? The installation of the […]

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Op-Ed: Why the Trump-Putin ‘Bromance’ is a Farce

United States (GPA) – As Jeff Sessions becomes the latest victim of the establishment witch hunt for Russian influence, the one question nobody seems to be asking is ‘what exactly has Trump done for Putin?’ Attorney General Jeff Sessions is the latest victim of the neo-Mcarthyism sweeping through Washington. The accusations leveled against him are […]

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US War Rhetoric Pushing Iran, Russia, and North Korea Closer Together

Moscow (AntiMedia) – As the Trump administration continues to prove it is on a warpath with Middle Eastern adversary Iran, the country is looking to strengthen ties with America’s alleged enemies. As reported by the Associated Press, officials from both Iran and North Korea have said they want to strengthen relations. “We have always been after stability of […]

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Geopolitics Alert Podcast: US-Russia Relations Under Trump & What That Means for the Mid East

In this episode of Geopolitics Alert, Jim and Randi discuss how US-Russia relations under Trump will be pretty much just more of the same thing. What does this mean for NATO and Ukraine? Will Syria finally see peace? All of our work unless otherwise noted is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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Russia Allegedly Violates Treaty With US by Deploying New Cruise Missiles

Washington D.C. (GPA) – Russia has allegedly finished the development of a new class of cruise missiles and deployed them in what may be a violation of a landmark arms control agreement between the Soviet Union and the US. The missiles had already been considered as a violation of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) […]

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