Sunday, 18 March , 2018


Battle brews over Trump’s foreign policy

These libertarians, isolationists and realists see an opportunity to pull back America's commitments around the world, spend less money on foreign aid and “nation-building,” curtail expensive military campaigns and troop deployments and intervene militarily only to protect American interests.

New CIA director threatens Iran

Mike Pompeo, named Friday by President-elect Donald Trump to lead the Central Intelligence Agency, tweeted on Thursday that he was looking forward to “rolling...


Following the release, earlier this week, of testimony filed in a federal lawsuit against Trump University, the United States is facing a high-stakes social-science experiment. Will one of the world’s leading democracies elect as its President a businessman who founded and operated a for-profit learning annex that some of its own employees regarded as a giant

Cyprus Greens, clandestine spraying and the new situation in the US

The Cyprus Greens are the only Green party in the world to have taken seriously, and taken up, at leadership level, the issue of the clandestine global chemical spraying that is dismissed by the political system and the mainstream media as “chemtrails conspiracy theory”. The story of the campaign in Greece and Cyprus that culminated in last year’s

Etats-Unis : pourquoi Donald Trump mise tout sur la finance dérégulée

En faisant de la dérégulation financière et de son complément les baisses d'impôts sa priorité, le nouveau président des Etats-Unis veut doper rapidement la croissance. Mais c'est un jeu risqué qui pourrait préparer la prochaine crise en oubliant de régler les questions essentielles des inégalités sociales et territoriales et de la baisse de la productivité.

Syrian fighting intensifies

Syrian fighters and helicopters carried out airstrikes against eastern Aleppo, where Russia had maintained a suspension of all air operations for the past month. Russia, meanwhile, confirmed that it had conducted bombing runs and missile strikes for the first time from the war fleet it has positioned off the Syrian coast in the eastern Mediterranean. The Russian Defense Ministry said that its forces had hit ISIS and the Al Qaeda-affiliated Al Nusra Front in the countryside of Idlib and Hama.

Will Trump see eye to eye with Erdogan’s plans in Iraq,...

This sudden, unplanned visit led some to wonder if there was a rupture between Ankara’s strategic thinking on Iraq and Syria and the United States’ goals in the region. This article will attempt to analyze the factors that prompted the Dunford visit and scenarios of what Ankara may have in mind.

President-Elect Donald Trump and “The Deep State”: Vote Rigging by Both...

The elections may have been rigged, probably by both sides, as the elusive elite, or what’s also called the ’Deep State’, may be divided. It looks like the better ‘rigger’ emerged as the winner. The final popular vote count indicates a slight advantage of Hillary over Trump. Never mind, the system was purposefully designed un-democratically in the 18th Century by the

Trump and the Neoconservatives

Even before the Iraq War, John Bolton was a leading brain behind the neoconservatives’ war-and-conquest agenda. Long ago I wrote about him, in “John Bolton and U.S. Lawlessness,” “The Bush administration’s international lawlessness did not come from nowhere. Its intellectual foundations were laid long before 9/11 by neoconservatives.” I quoted Bolton, “It is a big mistake to for us to grant any validity to international law … because over the long term, the goal of those who think that it really means anything are those who want to constrict the United States.” In fact I set up a web page, the John Bolton File, containing various links about him and the neocons.

China and Trump: Concealing fears behind hopes (for the worse not...

Nobody knows what to expect, and the deep uncertainty surrounding Trump has been compounded by his contradictory statements and lack of details on how he will address the world’s problems. However, Beijing is confident that the world’s most important bilateral relationship will remain strong. Soon after Trump’s victory, Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated the President-elect, and President Xi said he hoped they could work together to boost China-U.S. relations.