The morally bankrupt Western media lied to start the Iraq War as they did dutifully about starting other wars for their imperial masters. Twenty years after, the Western media are at it again.
March 2003 and March 2011 have a great deal in common, but that is not where the story begins, Steven Sahiounie writes.
It is now up to the Arab world, not the western “international community”, to save the Syrian people, Steven Sahiounie writes.
Bibi is by nature cautious – even timid. His radical ministers, however, are not, Alastair Crooke writes.
President Erdogan may be instrumentalizing what happens in the aftermath to craft his P.R. campaign ahead of the next elections.
Turks are beginning to turn their minds to who they can count on, Martin Jay writes.
The Canadian government is capable of determining whether the U.S. foreign policy and never-ending wars abroad are in the best interest of Canada.
While most Canadians would prefer to think of themselves as free of constraint from U.S. foreign policy, still history will show that most often Canada’s foreign policy is a mirror image of the U.S.