Category Archives: America

Joe Biden, in departure from Obama policy, says he would make Saudi Arabia a “pariah”

By Alex Emmons, Aída Chávez & Akela Lacy Foreign policy took center stage in Wednesday night’s Democratic debate, with former Vice President Joe Biden saying he would not sell weapons to Saudi Arabia  marking a sharp contrast with the Obama

Money bomb Trump flirts with $15 billion bailout for Iran

By Erin Banco (National Security Reporter) & Asawin Suebsaeng (White House Reporter) Trump says he hates the Obama-era nuclear deal with Iran. But he’s toying with a French proposal to get the Iranians to comply with it: a $15 billion

The Chinese threat to US Hegemony The US’ official view of “Strategic Rivalry” in the Western Hemisphere

By Andrew Korybko The Commander of US SOUTHCOM shared the US’ official view of strategic rivalry in the Western Hemisphere last week when speaking before the Senate Armed Services Committee’s Emerging Threats subcommittee, revealing that his country considers China to

US Afghan Taliban negotiations finalized

The announcement in Washington on July 10, 2019regarding Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’ visit to the United States cannot but be noted as a watershed event in regional politics. At its most obvious level, the announcement coincides with the news

The JCPOA crisis isn’t about nukes at all

Embedding US strategic influence worldwide The so-called “international community” can’t proverbially “see the forest through the trees” and therefore fails to grasp the larger ambitions being pursued by the US through the JCPOA Crisis that it manufactured, which isn’t about

U.S. Eyes Sri Lanka as Its Military Logistics Hub

Global Research The Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on 21st April in which 259 people were killed and over 500 injured were initially attributed to the Islamic State (IS). But no hard evidence is available to substantiate such

Trump stuns with oval office interview

Like the smoking gun tape, if Nixon had confessed on national television’ U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday that if a foreign power offered dirt on his 2020 opponent, he’d be open to accepting it and that he’d have no

America’s “golden age” might lead to “energy colonialism”?

By Andrew Korybko Igor Sechin, the CEO of Rosneft and one of the most powerful people in Russia, isn’t jumping on the Alt-Media bandwagon of speculating about America’s supposedly imminent demise but is instead warning that it might actually be

US – China Relations

Trump is waging “psychological warfare” on Xi By Andrew Korybko Trump just dramatically increased trade tensions between the US and China after publicly demanding that President Xi hold talks with him at the G20 otherwise he’ll immediately impose tariffs on

The end of the world as we know it

By Joschka Fischer Last month, under pressure from US President Donald Trump’s administration, Google terminated its cooperation with Huawei, thereby depriving the Chinese smart phone maker of the license to use Google’s Android software and related services. The move marks