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Russia and China Are Containing the US to Reshape the World Order

Moscow (SCF) – Fortunately the world today is very different from that of 2003, Washington’s decrees are less effective in determining the world order. But in spite of this new, more balanced division of power amongst several powers, Washington appears ever more aggressive towards allies and enemies alike, regardless of which US president is in […]

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US Discouraging Gulf States From Restoring Ties with Syria

Washington (MEMO) – The US is pressing Gulf states to hold off restoring ties with Syria, a move they’ve taken to counter the influence of regional rival Iran, five senior sources have told Reuters. Several Arab states have sped up reconciliation efforts with the Syrian regime in recent months, as the government seems to emerge as the victor of […]

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Assad Warns Syria’s Kurds That US Will Not Protect Them

Damascus (MEE) – President Bashar al-Assad warned Syria’s Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on Sunday that their ally the United States would not protect them against any Turkish offensive as Washington looks to withdraw its troops. The US is set to pull out its soldiers from Syria after allied Kurdish-led forces capture the Islamic State (IS) group’s last holdout […]

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NGOs & “Humanitarian Aid:” The Soft Power Strategies for Aggression in Venezuela

Caracas  – The Trump administration ratcheted up the aid sent to Venezuela, deploying US military aircraft to deliver over 250 tons of aid at the request of Juan Guaido backed by the US and its allies since the January 23 attempted coup led by the US. Venezuelan President Maduro thwarted earlier US attempts to deliver the […]

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Russia Demands Turkey do More in Syria’s Idlib Region

Moscow (TM) – Russia has demanded that Turkey do more to tackle hardcore fighters in Syria’s Idlib province and fulfill promises it made as part of a deal with Moscow last year, Al Jazeera reported. Turkey, which backs Syrian rebels, and Russia, the Syrian government’s principal foreign ally, agreed in September to create a demilitarized zone in the […]

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Kevin Barrett of Veterans Today Speaks to GPA on US Foreign Policy

Moscow (GPA) – Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror. He is the host of TRUTH JIHAD RADIO; a hard-driving weekly radio show funded by listener donations at Patreon.com and FALSE FLAG WEEKLY NEWS (FFWN); an audio-video show produced by Tony Hall, Allan Reese, and Kevin himself. FFWN is funded through FundRazr. Dr. […]

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The Islamic Republic Getting Stronger Despite Sanctions: Tehran Times Editor

Tehran (GPA) – Iran’s influence is growing, regardless of the steps the US is taking although the EU will follow Washington according to Tehran Times editor Mohammad Ghaderi. An interview conducted by contributor Damir Nazarov. Damir: How effective do you think the American policy of sanctions has been on Iran? Would you say it is having any success? Mohammad […]

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Trump Recognition of Rival Venezuelan Government Sets a Dangerous Precedent

Caracas (SCF) – The Trump administration’s January 23 recognition of Venezuela’s National Assembly leader, Juan Guaidó, as the president of Venezuela, in opposition to the “de facto” and “de jure” president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, threatens an avalanche of nations recognizing leaders of various political factions in countries around the world as legitimate governments. In […]

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Russia and Turkey to Act to Stabilize Syria’s Idlib Province

Ankara (MEMO) – Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday after which the Russian leader said the two men had discussed how they planned to stabilize the situation in Syria’s Idlib province, says Reuters. The Russian Foreign Ministry said earlier on Wednesday that the situation in the region, where Moscow and Ankara have tried […]

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Former US Envoy: Most ISIS Support Comes From Turkey-Syria Border

Washington (TM) – “I probably spent most of my time in our first year on the job … in Ankara because most of the material coming to fuel the ISIS war machine frankly was coming across the border from Turkey to Syria,” said former US envoy to the international anti-ISIS coalition Brett McGurk, the Rudaw new website reported. […]

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