‘If you decide to challenge America’s experiment in democracy – it’s going to be your worst day’, said the US Defence Secretary, as he unveiled America’s new Defence Strategy, which will now primarily focus on deterring Russia and China.
With the Islamic State and its many confederates defeated or facing defeat in Syria, what is next for this war-torn country? What justification exists for the U.S. to maintain military forces there? Does Washington want Syria partitioned? If so, then why?
The US will counter any “threat to America’s democracy experiment” in the world, if necessary with military force, the Pentagon chief threatened. Jim Mattis said Russia and China are potential adversaries for the US.
Sweden is set to release a modern version of a 1940s guide on how to cope with war, with the creators citing the threats of climate change and terrorist attacks, according to local media.
Twitter staff have been caught on camera revealing that the company has direct access to – and monetises – some of its users most private information. Hidden-camera conversations with Twitter engineers were conducted by the undercover journalism group ‘Project Veritas’ See Also: (Russia Today) –
Are the mainstream media intentionally gaslighting the public against President Donald Trump? The reverse appears to be equally true – Trump does and with style gaslight the media. What kind of body politic is this creating? Has the US become a collection of hysterical drama
Hundreds of women and children held an armed rally in Sanaa on Saturday decrying the ongoing Saudi-led bombing campaign. Yemeni women called on their countrymen to ‘not surrender’ and ‘give up’ in a country ravaged by Saudi-led airstrikes since 2015 and suffering a blockade orchestrated
The U.S. has revealed that countering Iran is part of its ongoing operations in Syria after the fall of Islamic State and among the key reasons a military presence will remain there. The announcement was made during a Senate hearing on Thursday.
A cursory glance of the media environment could easily give you the impression that the vast majority of journalists studied psychology at university. So many are convinced Donald Trump is not mentally fit to be president. Are the same journalists suffering from Trump derangement syndrome?
The NSA has been steadily shedding staff ever since the agency introduced draconian internal rules to stop potential new Snowden-inspired whistleblowers, former NSA technical director William Binney told RT.
An Italian journalist is raising awareness of the Yemeni people’s suffering showing their daily life and traditions – that continue despite the horrors of war.
Wikileaks has published an e-mail apparently showing that the New York Times was providing the State Department – and Hillary Clinton – with advanced warnings about potentially damaging stories.
Yezidi fighters reportedly kidnapped and executed 52 civilians from two Iraqi tribes back in June 2017. The Yezidis are an ethno-religious group in the country, which abide by their own moral code.
President Donald Trump’s 2017 National Security Strategy report tells us how he sees the world, or rather how the Washington foreign policy elites do. For a candidate who ran on a message of change the report is unremarkable in its defense of status quo policies
The Russian Foreign Minister has had a frank exchange with his American counterpart over Washington’s approach towards North Korea. Sergey Lavrov spoke to Rex Tillerson on the phone, with the details being released by the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Lost in the mists of time: 1,000s of papers on sensitive episodes in UK history vanish from archives
A massive trove of government papers detailing some dark episodes of British history, including the Falklands War and the notorious Northern Irish Troubles, have vanished from the National Archives.
United Steelworkers president Leo Gerard and former president of Communications Workers of America (CWA) Larry Cohen speak to “News with Ed” about the decline of organized labor, the impact of changing trade policy and tax reform, and the likely effects of Donald Trump’s presidency on
A Saudi coalition airstrike has hit a busy market in Yemen, killing at least 40 people. The U.S. is actively supporting the Saudi bombing campaign, providing weaponry, military intelligence and aviation fuel Just to warn you, – the following video contains disturbing images.
The Twitter account of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has now re-appeared, after mysteriously disappearing on Monday morning. The whistleblowing site has also confirmed that Assange is safe and well, despite some Twitter “oddities.”
It’s more than five months since Iraq’s second-largest city was liberated from ISIL. But there’s precious little for the people of Mosul to return to.