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 […]
Yesterday a Russian newspaper published research from the Rand Corporation, a US military contractor, detailing how the US Army could go about over extending/unbalancing Russia, inside their borders and abroad.
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.
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.
After stopping in Canada, US, Germany, Spain, Belgium and the UK from April – May 2019, a Saudi cargo ship has just departed Europe loaded to the gills with weapons and munitions destined for use in Yemen.
United Nations Developmental Programme releases contents of a new investigation into the War in Yemen, discovering that 233,000 have died collectively, both on and off the battlefield in Yemen, since fighting began in 2015.
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.
While President Obama opened the door to US presence inside Somalia, under Commander and Chief Donald Trump, US bombing and civilian casualties have skyrocketed.
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.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has introduced a new bill calling on US Congress to repeal the 2001 AUMF and finally cast a vote to officially end the War in Afghanistan and bring all our troops home.
President Iván Duque of Colombia has appointed 9 officials to lead national military campaigns through the future, despite their direct implication/involvement in countless War Crimes in the recent past.