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The Blizzard: The Agony Of Doha

Much has been written about Qatar, its rise as a Middle East superpower, its huge wealth and, of course, the fact that it will controversially host the 2022 World Cup. 158 more words

Commentary: What makes Kim Jong Un tick?

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Understanding Kim’s vantage point will help us understand his behavior, says an expert.

Kim Jong Un is a “smart cookie”, President Donald Trump said recently of North Korea’s leader. 935 more words

Current Affairs

CAMERON'S HUNTING HUTS

It has been reported that David Cameron has bought himself a  brand new, luxury hut. Although the hut may be seen as a downgrade from Downing Street, when he was interviewed by SPIT, he described the move as ‘necessary’ in this economic climate. 164 more words

Intel Vets Voice Doubt on Syrian Crisis

Posted on April 27, 2017

by Richard Edmondson

[ Ed. note – The article below, written by members of the organization Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, focuses mainly on the issue of faulty, or “politicized” intelligence assessments that may have been used to justify the April 6 US missile strike on a Syrian airbase. 2,667 more words

USA

Vladimir Safronkov: How to become a national hero, by Scott Humor

April 23, 2017

As a story goes, back in the nineteenth-century, a Paris opera house decided to stage a play with insults towards Russia and its monarch, Alexander I. 4,732 more words

USA

Saddam Hussein: The Final Days Of The Iraqi Leader Regime's

Ten years after Saddam Hussain was captured by a Special Forces team and supposedly brought to justice for allegedly having weapons of mass destruction, the CIA agent who interrogated him now comes forward with details about the interrogation which has never been revealed. 903 more words

News Media

Erdogan och folkmord.

Man läser om dagens diktator Erdogan, länk1, länk2, och alla av dagens övriga länkar till Erdogan, överallt behandlas han med sammetsvantar, ingenstans kommenterar man Turkiets tradition av folkmord. 190 more words