• Syria: The Humanitarian Aid that Never Came

  • Libya on the Brink of a Full-blown Civil War?

  • Should the Next Congress and Administration Shoot Down the Iran Nuclear Deal?

  • A Few Words for Ambassador Churkin

Syria: The Humanitarian Aid that Never Came

Syria: The Humanitarian Aid that Never Came

The debate has now shifted to whether or not the Kerry-Lavrov ceasefire should be extended for more than the designated seven days. Washington announced that it is ready for an extension, but Assad said, through a communiqué on Syrian state ...

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Libya on the Brink of a Full-blown Civil War?

Libya on the Brink of a Full-blown Civil War?

On Sunday, September 11, General Khalifa Haftar’s Dignity Operation forces moved on the four key oil terminal ports in eastern Libya and seized control of them from the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) headed by Ibrahim Jodran. After some fighting, in which ...

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Should the Next Congress and Administration Shoot Down the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Should the Next Congress and Administration Shoot Down the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Iran’s head of the Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, warned the other day that his country expects the next US President to put the implementation of the nuclear deal “at risk”. “Regarding US presidential elections, we believe the Joint ...

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A Few Words for Ambassador Churkin

A Few Words for Ambassador Churkin

It was quite a show that Russia’s ambassador to the UN offered to spectators following the US raid that killed dozens of Assad’s forces in Deir al-Zour, in eastern Syria. Listening to Ambassador Vitaly Churkin’s response to the fiery comments ...

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