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Jim W. Dean - Andre Vltchek gives us a combat journalist view from the front lines in the Golan Heights, as the world waits to see if the IDF is willing to risk a major conflict with Lebanon after its drone assassination attack in Beirut triggered a harsh Hezbollah retaliation.
It is sad being a writer in New York City or in London, and just as it is frightening to be poor, or different. All over the world, the roles are being reversed.
Jim W. Dean - Phil Butler has a great piece on the flexible ethics being practiced by both civilian and serving military to justify an aggressive US foreign policy as a defensive one.
Iran, the country that has been giving countless cultural treasures to the world for millennia, is standing against the mightiest nation on earth. Iran is facing tremendous danger; of annihilation even, if the world does not wake up fast, and rush to its rescue.
The recent visit of the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to the United States and the contracts and agreements signed there allow one to analyze US-Qatar relations and Washington policy. The Emir of Qatar held successful negotiations with President Trump and with high-ranking administration officials.
Déjà vu - Could Joe Biden be ready to use Georgia for his “doomed” presidential campaign, in much in the same vein as John McCain in August 2008?
by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor, ...with New Eastern Outlook, Moscow - First published ... July 09, 2019 - Americans have endured endless media coverage about...
The World is a Battlefield: Participants of CICA highlighted that the world, first and foremost from the perspective of economic ties, is becoming a battlefield where no rules apply, primarily because of U.S. actions.
It is interesting that the Washington Post is weighing in on some allegations, and why the alleged Joe Biden ‘Ukraine conspiracy’ doesn’t hold up.
The aggressive public promotion of Gay Pride, which always comes with political and financial strings attached, is simply another means of gaining control of resources. What good is chaos theory if you can't export it?
Maybe 2019 could be the year to see full independence for Syria and Iraq from their long suffering at the hands of the international criminals that run some of the respective governments, who did their dirty work under cover of immunity from prosecution.
Jim W. Dean - The good news is both Columbia and Brazil have stated that their countries will not be used as a staging ground for a military intervention in Venezuela.
Does it pay ‘to be good’? Is it still possible to play by the rules in this mad world, governed by brigands?
Jim W. Dean - Andre is out in the field in Syria, getting out more than Gordon and I do. He is younger, and we have been there and done that, but it brings up all the memories of faces and places long past.
Jim W. Dean - The US coalition is in a what-next mode, and wondering about its rebound from not taking Assad and Syria down after their long proxy terror war.
Is Russia targeted by a thousand-year-old criminal conspiracy that, so very long ago, built a system of central banks and set monarch against monarch, century after century? Is this the Deep State Trump tells of, a network of “oligarch,” central banks and industrial cabals? Do they now stage terror attacks, down airliners and own the world’s press?
Washington NeoCons are in a rage over the Trump news of his reported pull out of all American troops from Syria. First we must go over what was said leading up to the surprise move to get some clues as to why Trump pulled this trigger now.
The Trump administration is threatening to roll back a slew of protections and safety precautions, and restarting the arms race, with a full nuclear modernization plan that could cost up to $1.6 trillion over 30 years.
Jim W. Dean - Until we build a defensive mechanism to be able to punish state actors for extra-judicial killings, we will see the carnage continuing to grow.
Jim W. Dean - VT readers know how much time we have spent watching Turkey with its roller coaster policy of supporting Syria.
Jim W. Dean - Could Syria end up like an occupied Germany after WWII, to be divided for decades before being made whole again?
Enduring criticism that Saudi Arabian policies suppress basic freedoms and curb its citizens’ rights to express themselves, Riyadh responds with the proverb “The dogs bark, but the Saudi caravan goes on.”
A new international port opened as a stepping stone for the Lapis Lazuli corridor (LLC). Although there are benefits to Afghanistan's economy from the LLC, we find the ports of call on the route to be of no less interest.