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Is Trump Deceiving the Media About a Russian Deal?


A closer look at the Syrian bombing suggests just that. 

Sun Tzu said that “all warfare is based on deception.” War is, therefore, about the management of perceptions. 978 more words


The Ice Dragon: The Way to a Win-Win in Sino-American Relations


The Arctic Circle’s once inhospitable environment is changing dramatically.  The geopolitics of the region have changed dramatically over the last ten years and climate change is part of this.  1,983 more words


2018 US-UK-French Syria Strike

The press and social media is aflame this week over the joint surgical strike by 105 American, British and French missiles against chemical weapon facilities in Syria.  742 more words


Do not view Syria's Assad through Western eyes - Ravi Shankar

An ORB poll showed 63 per cent of Syrians believe the Anti-Assad Coalition is a negative influence…. Syria claims that the rebels orchestrate chemical attacks to malign the regime; now it seems Donald Trump, whose own presidency is in free fall, has found his WMDs in Assad’s arsenal. 567 more words


Saudis Make History

Another Sunday and another weekend……sunny, clouds and a cool breeze…..the perfect day…..

The new Saudi Crown Prince is making news plus he has hired a PR firm and has come to the throne of power in the US to meet with the ruler extraordinaire…. 532 more words

International Situations

Russia to Supply Indian Forces Advanced Armaments Tested in Real Warfare

Russia is prepared to provide a wide range of anti-aircraft weapons and military equipment, which have been successfully tried in real conditions, to India, Director General of the Russian state arms exporter Rosoboronexport Alexander Mikheev said on Friday. 196 more words


"Big Progress" - North Korea To Halt Nuclear, ICBM Tests; Dismantle Test Site; Pursue Peace, by Tyler Durden

This looks like good news. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Update 3: President Trump has tweeted the “good news,” adding that this move was “big progress.” 355 more words

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