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  20. September 2018

War might be coming, but not yet | Robert Fisk about the front line to Idlib

After warnings of mass murder and catastrophe in Idlib, I prowled the front lines for two days. I didn't find what I'd expected The only massed forces I came across were ...

  13. October 2018

Griechenland: Die Lüge von der «überwundenen» Finanzkrise

Griechenland: Die Lüge von der «überwundenen» Finanzkrise ...

  6. November 2018

I just have enough!

I just have enough!   ...

  12. November 2018

The third option | A different economic model as an answer to the migration

Migration to EU drops sharply, for now ...

  15. September 2016

Dissecting the Propaganda on Syria

This disinformation and propaganda on Syria takes three distinct forms. The first is the demonization of the Syrian leadership. The second is the romanticization of the opposition. The third form invo...

  15. September 2016

The Death Toll in Syria: What Do the Numbers Really Say?

What is the Syrian death toll now? 400,000? Less? More? [posted by Thierry]...

  6. October 2016

Damascus Bureau: Syria Stories

Project by Institute for War and Peace Reporting, testimonies by Syrian women, from all sides of the war. Related: this excellent essay by Lina Mounzer, a Lebanese translator who worked on ...

  11. October 2016

U.S. and U.K. Continue to Actively Participate in Saudi War Crimes, Targeting of Yemeni Civilians

A central player of the region is mostly overlooked. With a $30 Billion arms budget and US/UK backing, Saudi Arabia plays a key role in destabilising its neighbours....

  20. October 2016

Will the Gulf of Tonkin Fit into the Red Sea?

The United States destabilized Yemen with a massive killing spree known as a “drone war.” The United States armed Saudi Arabia to bomb Yemen with jets, supplied the jets, supplied the bombs (and c...

  20. October 2016

When Mosul falls, Isis will flee to the safety of Syria. But what then?

Robert Fisk on the motives behind the invasion of Mosul Syria’s army and Hezbollah and Iranian allies are preparing for a massive invasion by thousands of Isis fighters who will be driven out of ...

  14. December 2016

An alternative view on the events

This article is the first in a two-part series of one Western journalist’s journey to Aleppo, a city ravaged by an insurgency supported by the United States, NATO member states, and their allies in ...

  16. February 2017

Perpetuating a Stalemate in Syria

With no end in sight for the war in Syria, the Obama administration continues to approach the conflict in a way that is prolonging the fighting. As it pursues its stated goal of removing the Syrian...

  16. April 2017

White helmets

This is Part 1 and 2 of a two part investigation into the forces cultivating Western public support for regimechange in Syria published on alternet.org part 1: http://www.altern...

  16. April 2017

Scott Ritter about alleged chemical attack in Ildib

By Scott RitterSource: Huffington Post Once upon a time, Donald J. Trump, the New York City businessman-turned-president, berated then-President Barack Obama back in September 2013 ab...

  22. June 2017

US White Phosphorus Bombs Won't Eradicate Terrorism In Syria

US-backed forces are using tactics that cause a 'staggering' number of civilian deaths, but military action won't defeat ISIS, says Phyllis Bennis, director the New Internationalism Project at IPS...

  30. June 2017

Trump‘s Red Line by Seymour M. Hersh

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Seymour Hersh, the journalist who exposed the My Lai massacre of Vietnamese women, children and old people by US troops, the Abu Ghraib prison torture ...

  28. August 2017

Fairouz in Exile

Long, well-written piece about a Syrian now living in Germany. Very thoughtful examination of the problems facing people trying to adjust in Europe, with family still in Syria. Also good detail on ...