Saturday, 22 September , 2018

Middle East

Non Integrating Gap Countries

Par Bruno Drweski Selon cette carte, extraite d’un Powerpoint de Thomas P. M. Barnett présentée lors d’une conférence au Pentagone en 2003, tous les pays et...

« De plus en plus de militaires évoquent un passage à...

par Olivier Petitjean Quel est le lien entre la multiplication des interventions militaires françaises à l’étranger, la priorité donnée au Rafale et aux exportations d’armes,...

Il faux une coalition pour contenir l’ Empire Americaine. Mélenchon sur...

Dans ce 30e numéro de la Revue de la semaine, Jean-Luc Mélenchon revient sur la manière dont est traité Emmanuel Macron dans les médias...

The only real way to stop atrocities like the Manchester attack...

To end these wars, there needs to be political compromise between main players like Iran and Saudi Arabia, and Donald Trump's belligerent rhetoric this...

Trying to find who in Washington is targeting Putin and putting...

di Giulietto Chiesa pubblicato il 6/04/2017 da Sputnik Italia, tradotto in inglese da Alexandra Savulescu e Leni Remedios   Connect the dots. At the end of March...

France intervened in Libya and rehabilitated slavery

Migrants from west Africa being ‘sold in Libyan slave markets’   West African migrants are being bought and sold openly in modern-day slave markets in Libya,...

US-Israeli Blietzkrieg in the Midde East

Τhe following article is containing a lot of interesting elements, linking the US-Israel attack on Syria with the context of the general pursue of...

Τhe Fraudulent President – Trump recommences Middle Eastern Wars

US launches cruise missile attack against Syrian government By James Cogan Between 8 and 9 p.m., US Eastern Time Thursday, two US warships in the Mediterranean...

The Most Dangerous of their Wars: Are Trump and Netanyahu ready...

Pentagon "Presenting Options" For Military Action In Syria By Nancy A. Youssef, John Hudson, Emma Loop The White House and Pentagon have been engaged in a...

“This is Our War & It is Shameful:” Journalist Andrew Cockburn...

Even before the Saudi-led bombing campaign in Yemen began more than a year ago, Yemen was ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world. But now, a year and a half into the war, Yemen’s health system has broken down, and the population is facing the threat of starvation. For more, we’re joined by Andrew Cockburn, the Washington editor for Harper’s magazine. His latest piece for Harper’s is headlined "Acceptable Losses: Aiding and Abetting the Saudi Slaughter in Yemen." He is author of "Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins."