Tags » US Policy
Bijan Khajehpour is an economist and a managing partner at Atieh International, a Vienna-based international strategic consulting firm.
A recent string of “financing agreements” that various governments and international banks have signed with Iran indicates that Tehran is finding solutions to leave behind the bottlenecks in financing its international projects. 1,149 more words
Australian journalist John Pilger has been bravely denouncing the “side effects” of Western foreign policies for many decades. In the following article, he offers a striking example of how a (very) partisan interview can intentionally manipulate the truth in order to back a narrative based more on fairy tales than on real facts… 725 more words
The Islamic State has been pushed out of Raqqa by the power of the American military. With a destructed city and countless civilians left in disarray, we must question how the US plans to move forward with this issue, if at all. 8 more words
Since it began in 2011, the Syrian crisis has been constantly evolving with new opposition groups and foreign countries entering with different priorities. Now, Charles Lister sees the international community surrendering in the face of this brutal conflict. Find his piece here!