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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

Syria: Why Washington is Determined to Oust Assad Even if it Means Supporting the Terrorists

Washington will stop at nothing to remove Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad. There will never be peace in Syria as long as Washington and Israel continue to arm and support terrorists groups including the Islamic State, the Al-Nusra Front and other terrorist organizations to defeat the Syrian government. It is evident that Washington gave the green light … Continue reading

Turkey Crosses into Syria: Unipolar Conspiracy or Multipolar Coordination?

By Andrew Korybko Global Research, August 24, 2016 635 12  1 689 It’s very fashionable nowadays for people to criticize the Kremlin for incompetency, and its recent history of controversial decisions coupled with the suspected liberal fifth-and-six-column infiltration of key national institutions gives plenty of ground for this, but sometimes people jump the gun, such … Continue reading

There is No “Islamic State” in Jarabulus, Northern Syria. No Liberation, Instead a Turkish Invasion and NATO Occupation

By The New Atlas Global Research, August 26, 2016 The New Atlas 25 August 2016 26 9  0 37 Reports of Turkish forces alongside Western-backed militants crossing into northern Syria and entering the Syrian city of Jarabulus preceded what many expected to be intense clashes with the self-titled “Islamic State.” However, there were none. It … Continue reading