Joe Biden didn’t go to Arabia in July to beg for oil. That’s not the nature of the U.S.-Saudi relationship.
He didn’t go to Palestine to promote peace. The U.S.-Israeli relationship is based on endless war. And war is what Biden’s trip was about.Biden and the U.S.-Israel-GCC axis: It’s not the oil, it’s the money
Members of anti-Iran terrorist grouplet, Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), have attacked the reporter and accompanying news team of Press TV, which were in the Swedish capital to prepare a report on an exhibition held in Stockholm on the group’s crimes.MKO terrorists attack Press TV correspondent covering exhibition on their crimes in Stockholm
International Energy Agency chief Fatih Birol has warned of a triple energy crisis that could be “much bigger” and longer lasting than the 1970s.IEA chief warns of summer fuel shortages and a triple energy crisis that will outstrip the oil shocks of the 1970s
Today, Iran is demonised as an intolerable threat to western global Order. But it was not always thus, Alastair Crooke writes.The Structural Scaffolding to Potential Mid-East War
Hollywood loves a sequel, but the Russia-Ukraine crisis has made the possibility real, and no one should want to see it.
The “us versus them” rhetoric and global military maneuvering likely to play out in the years to come threaten to divert attention and resources from the biggest risks to humanity, including the existential threat posed by climate change. It also may divert attention from a country — ours — that is threatening to come apart at the seams. To choose this moment to launch a new Cold War should be considered folly of the first order, not to speak of an inability to learn from history.Beware the redux: America’s violent Cold War history