When we actually see and hear directly what the President says, it is golden and instructive. The mainstream media is not to be trusted.
Twenty years’ worth of “unintended” or “collateral” damage hasn’t created friends.
Is the war in Afghanistan - and possibly elsewhere - about to be privatized?
President Trump's announcements of troop withdrawals in Syria and possibly Afghanistan invite surprise and scorn.
America withdrawing from conflicts that do not concern it would be a huge boon and relief to the world’s citizens.
President Trump has yet to withdraw the US from any of the wars he inherited, but he has kept the US out of any new wars.
After 17 bloody years, the longest war in US history continues without relent or purpose in Afghanistan.
17th years in Afghanistan and America's list of enemies continues to grow.
Let’s compare Russia's "occupation" of Crimea with an occupation that the US is not demanding a swift end to: the US/NATO occupation of Afghanistan.
Concern mounts as slippery Islamist radical group strengthens its position in the north of Afghanistan, making an outpost for expansion attempts into Central Asia
After the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan, many who had helped the Soviets had to establish a new life in Russia
Over 40 Russian women and children are expected to return from territories previously controlled by the Daesh terrorist group in Iraq and Syria
The foreign ministry spokeswoman ripped US and French claims that Russia did not beat ISIS in Syria
(Breitbart) – Single men from Afghanistan are among the roughly 1,200 Middle Eastern refugees detained in Australia who have been approved for resettlement in the United States after...
Iran is not sponsoring terrorism, but the US has vested interests in perpetuating lies on the matter.
"Businesslike and substantive call" between the leaders of the US and Russia
(The Gatestone Institute) – Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door migration policies have set in motion a self-reinforcing cycle of violence in which more and more people are carrying knives...
The mainstream press have repeatedly overlooked potentially deadly issues.
Osama Bin Laden's links to the CIA explored in depth.
US policies on Afghanistan are either devious or based purely on ignorance.
September marked a record high month for weapons employed in Afghanistan since 2012
James "Mad Dog" Mattis is threatening to do to Pakistan, something many in Pakistan want to do voluntarily.
The eloquently delivered address left little room for ambiguity.
The Trump White House, in announcing Trump’s upcoming schedule for next week’s UN General Assembly, which will see many of the world’s heads-of-state gathered in New...
(theantimedia.org) — Over the past few weeks, some dramatic stories and a potential nuclear war have taken the media’s attention away from the non-story that is the Russiagate-election scandal. But as attention veers away...
The statement signals a willingness on the part of Kabul to engage in a meaningful region wide peace process in the medium term.
Pentagon says 11,000 US troops are in Afghanistan, a number much higher than previously reported.
What was once mission difficult is now mission impossible--at least for the foreseeable future.
In spite of the rapidity or protracted nature of US decline, Russia and China, in speaking in a single voice, have lead to the US being...
The summer-long standoff ended just as a BRICS summit begins in China.
Taliban surrendered to US multiple times and the US rebuffed them.
One only needs to study Russia's experience with bringing former Chechen rebels to the table, in order to learn why the Taliban must be spoken to...
Russia joins China in condemning US statements against Pakistan while Afghanistan's Ambassador to Russia says 'NO' to US involvement in his country.
The United States has a record of aiding and protecting some of the worst international terrorists since the Second World War.
Steve Bannon has said that 'screwing up' China's One Belt--One Road should be a priority for the US. In this sense Bannon is as mainstream and...
The attack comes less than a week after the US President announced a troop surge in Afghanistan.
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