After 68 years the two Koreas are on the verge of signing a peace treaty. A Donald Trump – Kim Jong-un summit is in the works. Is peace coming to the Korean peninsula? Well, it is possible. The foreign policy blob and the corporatist media
Are the mainstream media playing out roles found in the great Russian novel ‘The Possessed’? Voicing dissent against media orthodoxies has never been more dangerous. And is peace breaking out on the Korean peninsula?
U.S. president Donald Trump says he wants American troops to leave Syria. The foreign policy blob surrounding him says differently. So, what are exactly Washington’s goals in Syria? Partition? War for war sake? Or a means to sticking it to Iran and Russia? All are
Does American foreign policy possess a specific DNA? It would seem so. It doesn’t matter who the president is. It doesn’t matter which party controls the White House. One can easily ask the following question: Is Trump’s time in office serving George W. Bush’s third
The U.S.-led attack on Syria is a gross violation of international law. Furthermore, western publics still have not been presented with evidence the Syrian state used any chemical weapons. A new phase of the Syrian proxy war has needlessly been opened up. Another war of
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. In response to push by members of Congress, Zuckerberg admitted social media sites (including Facebook) should be subjected to some regulation from the government. For more on this, RT America’s Ed
The drive towards war against Syria is unmistakable. The pretext is still another alleged chemical attack. As usual no evidence is presented. As usual conclusions are drawn before an independent investigation. But this time there is a difference. Syria can defend itself and it has
Words have consequences and threating actions can be very dangerous. This is the atmosphere engulfing the West’s relations with Russia. The poisoning incident in the UK has yet to be explained to the public. But this has not stopped the British and American governments from
Trump says he wants out of Syria. Apparently not everyone in his administration got that memo. Also, the latest twists and turns in the alleged poisoning controversy in the UK. And, RT is again being targeted. CrossTalking with Mark Sleboda, Dmitry Babich, and Victor Olevich.
The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming! For well over the last year and a half this is the message western audiences have been served up 24/7. What is behind this hysteria? What does this message aim to achieve? How is Russia supposed to
There is an issue – probably the only issue – that unites many of the most powerful individuals surrounding Donald Trump. And the issue is hostility towards Iran. There is every reason to believe these same people will translate their hostility into action – even
With the appointment of John Bolton as the new National Security Adviser, should we expect more stupid wars of choice? Trump says he wants success, but policy failures are associated with Bolton’s name. The War Party is again in charge.
Fifteen years ago this month, the United States and its so-called coalition of the willing illegally invaded and occupied Iraq. American troops remain there to this day. And Iraq continues to grapple with that fateful decision. Many call the invasion of Iraq a blunder. Shouldn’t
It would appear the more the political left and their allies in the corporate media attack Donald Trump, the more we learn about the corrupt behavior of the Deep State. The firing of Andrew McCabe at the FBI is a case in point. Is this
Winning his fourth and most probably last term as Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin has six more years to fashion his legacy. How has Putin changed Russia? How will he continue to change it? See Also: (Going Underground) – Skripal case special: What’s next for Russia
The firing of Rex Tillerson at the State Department surprised few. How he was fired is something different all together. Tillerson was often described as bland and on numerous occasions out of step with his boss Donald Trump. The nomination of Mike Pompeo to replace
“It appears” and “highly likely” are the words used by UK Prime Minister Theresa May pinning blame on Russia for the poison attack on a former Russian intelligence officer turned British spy. Claims are made and threats flaunted. Of course all without evidence. CrossTalking with
The art of the deal is now being put to the test. Can Trump, the former reality television host, broker a deal with the North Koreans? Will the Deep State allow him? Also, is the world entering a new trade war?
Is a global trade war eminent? If Donald Trump follows through on increasing tariffs and upending existing trade deals, it is very likely. After all, this was at the very center of his campaign for the presidency. It was a promise he made to his
Both the United States and Russia have announced their nuclear weapons posture. Both countries are entering a new age of war – the age of hypersonic weapons. We are told Russia’s hypersonic weapons can render U.S.-led missile defense system ‘useless.’ Can Washington allow this to
Putin tells the US ‘to come back to earth’ challenging Washington’s unipolar ambitions. Also, calls to end the illegal war against Yemen. And, why arming the Kiev regime is a recipe for disaster. As well as the return to trade wars. CrossTalking with Mark Sleboda
A party divided and without a clear message. Democrats face a fundamental dilemma: move to the left and reach out to progressives, and in the process alienate its donor base, or continue business as usual. Aren’t the democrats tired of losing?
From North Korea to Syria President Donald Trump’s foreign policy is literally all over the map. North Korea says it is open to direct talks with Washington, only to be met with preconditions. In Syria, where the U.S. has no legal right to be in
Are you confused by Washington’s Syria policy? Rest assured you are not alone. Trump says one thing, while his generals do otherwise. Also, brinkmanship with North Korea, is it working? And why moving the US embassy is Jerusalem is still a bad idea.
Peter Lavelle and Alastair Crooke discuss Syria’s shifting sands. What is Trump’s foreign policy for the Middle East? Is the Pentagon looking for a conflict with Russia in Syria? And what are the possible outcomes of this war?
Is the day of reckoning coming? Will the liberal corporate media ever own up to their dismal and even dishonest coverage of what is called ‘Russiagate’? There is growing evidence the media are at the very center of this fake scandal.
Who would have thought 13 Russians, 3 entities, and some cash could impact an American presidential election? This is where Russiagate stands today. Also, more twists and turns in the messy conflict known as Syria. CrossTalking with Alexander Mercouris, Mark Sleboda, and Dmitry Babich.
The stakes couldn’t be higher. And it is happening in Syria. The goal of destroying the Islamic State is largely complete. Now the Syrian proxy war is entering a new stage. Who are the players and what are their aims? And what does winning mean?