A series of attacks on some of the world’s largest oil installations in Saudi Arabia have set sparks flying once again in the Middle East.
Last night, Trump ordered missile strikes on Iran, but then abruptly cancelled them. This came after Iran shot down a US military drone.
Netanyahu’s new law gives a green light to the further colonization of Palestinian lands.
The mass resistance of tens of thousands of Palestinian workers and youth is yet again exposing the brutality of the Israeli state.
Despite the talk of peace and humanitarianism, the strikes on Syria reveal the cynical interests of US imperialism in the Middle East.
After all the noisy propaganda and maneuvers at the United Nations, the so-called Syrian ceasefire has broken down suddenly. In reality it was an abortion that was dead even before it was born.
The cynical use of this chemical attack for propaganda reasons by the imperialists has been nauseating, to say the least.
The saying goes that there are lies, damned lies, and statistics. To this list we must add diplomacy, which is lying raised to the level of an art form.
The US bombing Syrian soldiers, and the Assad regime bombing an aid convoy, indicate that just one week after the agreed cessation of hostilities in Syria, the uneasy ceasefire has broken down.
As of sunset yesterday a new major ceasefire has been agreed in Syria. But what does it mean for Syria, the Middle East, and world relations?
The desperate bid by Erdogan to cling to power is threatening to push Turkey and the whole region towards an even deeper crisis.
In the last few days we have witnessed at least three elections, all of which bear witness to highly significant processes that are now moving with great speed. When the same—or very similar—processes repeat themselves […]