politics

Turkey’s Expansion into Central Asia Intensifies

Under the leadership of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, claiming the role of a new regional superpower, Turkey has been increasingly active in recent decades pursuing an independent foreign policy with an attempt to position itself as the key state of the so-called “Afrasia,” that is, as a link between Africa, Asia, and Europe. Recently the Turkish […]

CAR is Fighting against Both the Domestic and Foreign Enemies

For four centuries African nations suffered from the evils of the slave trade, until, in the mid-19th Century Europeans discontinued this commerce, no longer seeing it as profitable. But the decline of the slave trade saw the dawn of another terrible time for Africa – the colonial period. African warriors were unable to resist attacks […]

Washington Unleashes Biological Warfare in Syria

The US crimes in Syria have already been repeatedly reported by the Western media, the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA, as well as various international organizations. The airstrikes on Syrian cities, which were carried out by the US and the coalition led by them in violation of international law and had disastrous consequences for civilians, […]

“Marlborough Has Left for the War,” or Would Britain Take Up Arms?

It is no secret that Britain, which has long lost its former imperial image and therefore its own political face, has found itself in the back of the European Union and settled for following instructions from across the ocean. The failed policies, first of all those of Theresa May and now Boris Johnson, have primarily […]

US is Building an Anti-Iranian Alliance, Backed Up by a Propaganda Campaign

At the end of WWII Washington began to establish its Hub-and-Spoke system of alliances between the USA – the “hub” – and its key strategic allies. The system has remained largely unchanged to this day. This alliance system was originally established in response to the Pentagon’s fears that certain Asian countries might leave the US’s […]

Who has the Greatest Chances of Becoming the Political Leader of Libya?

The situation in the country remains tense ahead of Libya’s first-ever presidential elections, scheduled for December 24. On November 12, an international conference on Libya was held in Paris to resolve the crisis in the North African country. Participants, who came from more than 20 States, reviewed the progress made in the political process and […]

Saudi Arabia brings Captagon to Yemen – Looks to Bring New Plague to the Nation

Just as Saudi Arabia has hardened its tone towards Lebanon over the smuggling into its territories of the drug Captagon – ISIS and other radical groups’ drug of choice as it is said to instill courage to its practitioners, Yemen could soon be flooded with the product, yet another plague the war-torn nation will have […]