While I personally may be in favor of the Turkish invasion of Afrin and Rojava, it is not my job to care about which side is doing what when writing the news, I just report […]
Interestingly enough, Russia Today is now touting a leaked White House letter from the office of the Presidency, in which Donald Trump literally tells President Erdogan of Turkey “Dont be a fool” in regards to […]
I’m not sure why it has me so fired up the last couple of days, but when I saw Joe Biden’s face on the television tonight being asked a question about President Erdogan’s new initiative […]
Granted this article may come a few days too late, the main stream medias coverage of it comes a few years to late, and I say this because I once addressed this very situation, in […]
Russia Today has created a new 14 question online test designed to see how well the average American knows or remembers the US’s self proclaimed War on Terror. For many reasons, I implore all Americans to take the challenge.
Most people in in Western society are completely sheltered from the effects of War oversea’s, and rarely if ever do American news outlets show the devastating aftermaths of Wars popularly featured in US headlines.
As a new leaked report from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons proves US-backed rebels were behind chlorine attacks in Syria, not Bashar al-Assad, here’s a reminder why we all need to be particularly cautious over War coverage in the digital age of social media.
NGO’s Amnesty International and AirWars reveal findings from a landmark investigation into the US coalitions assault on Raqqa in 2017, documenting over 1,600 civilian causalities in the city of Raqqa, Syria alone.
2 months ago, 3 years late, the US Army War College published the results a 16 year study into the War in Iraq and the strategies that went into overthrowing the Government, fighting the Islamic State and attempting to maintain stability.
Considering that Vladimir Putin is censored here in a America, here is a rare chance to learn what Russia thinks about international espionage, cyber warfare, the movements of NATO and Russia’s military strategy for the Middle East.
Despite the fact that over 750,000 have died in the Wars in Iraq and Syria since they first began, the UK’s Ministry of Defense just published a new report claiming to have only killed one civilian in these Wars.
Amnesty International has released a 77 page report summarizing the state of political affairs and human rights around the geographic areas of North Africa and Middle East from 2018 to present.