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Trump Invades Syria

Make no mistake: this is big news. And very bad news By Daniel McAdams Global Research, March 09, 2017 Ron Paul Institute Although the Syrian army, with its ally Russia, has made significant gains against ISIS over the past week or so, the Washington Post is reporting tonight that President Trump has for the first time sent … Continue reading

Plans for Redrawing the Middle East: The Project for a “New Middle East”

By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya Global Research, March 06, 2017 Global Research 18 November 2006 This article first published by GR in November 2006 is of particular relevance  to an understanding of the ongoing process of destabilization and political fragmentation of Iraq, Syria and Yemen.  Washington’s strategy consists in breaking up Syria and Iraq. *     … Continue reading

Amnesty International’s “Kangaroo Report” on Human Rights in Syria By Rick Sterling

Global Research, February 12, 2017 Introduction Amnesty International (AI) has done some good investigations and reports over the years. This has won them widespread support.  However, less well recognized, Amnesty International has also carried out faulty investigations contributing to bloody and disastrous actions. One prominent example is in Iraq, where AI “corroborated” the false story … Continue reading

US Special Forces on the Ground in Syria: US-Backed Advance on Raqqah ISIS Stronghold. What Is Going On?

By South Front Global Research, February 12, 2017 South Front 10 February 2017 The US-baсked Syrian Democratic Forces, predominantly Kurdish YPG units, have been developing an advance in the eastern countryside of the ISIS self-proclaimed Syrian capital of Raqqah. The decision to flank the ISIS stronghold from eastern direction followed a failed attempt of the … Continue reading