Prospect of a massive war grips the Middle East

Prospect of a massive war grips the Middle East

The developments of the past few days in the Middle East, especially in Syria, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia have triggered an atmosphere of fear concerning a conflict that may involve the entire region. In the past day, Turkey has already pursued Kurdish militants inside Syria using heavy artillery against targets south of its border with … Continue reading

2016: What’s ahead for the world?

2016: What’s ahead for the world?

By and large the previous year was a year of crisis escalation, brought forth by the emergence of new sources of tension not only in diplomacy but also in actual military conflict. On the one hand, fresh sources of armed engagement and humanitarian issues had world leaders worried overnight (ISIS beyond Syria and Iraq, Russian … Continue reading

Turkey betrays Russian efforts to contain ISIS with shooting down of military aircraft

Turkey betrays Russian efforts to contain ISIS with shooting down of military aircraft

Ending the Syrian Civil war has just took a step backward as Turkey, a member of the imperialist NATO military alliance, shot down a Russian warplane on a bombing mission to eradicate ISIS inside Syrian territory. In the immediate hours after this major military incident, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan furiously defended his position, stating … Continue reading

McCain’s anti-reality and hysteria a reflection of the West’s insecurities towards Russian war in Syria

McCain’s anti-reality and hysteria a reflection of the West’s insecurities towards Russian war in Syria

By now, the Russian military’s involvement in the ongoing Syrian Civil War is not breaking news. The facts have been properly laid down and conveyed to the watching world with reports that are verified, and in some cases, in a high-tech kind of delivery. What seems like a constant CCTV feed from the skies and … Continue reading

Refugee crisis being used as another pretext for war with Syria

Refugee crisis being used as another pretext for war with Syria

The tragedy that is the exodus of refugees from the Middle East to Europe in recent weeks has already claimed first-order policy concerns from Europe’s capitals. Branded as the ‘worst migrant crisis since World War II” the situation has been blamed on innocent people leaving from ‘war, oppression, and economic uncertainty.” The United Nations High … Continue reading

China’s stock market troubles sends shivers across the world

China’s stock market troubles sends shivers across the world

China’s capital market trouble is now all over the headlines. Despite being at the center of mockery by the Feds in the US, Beijing’s economic convulsion is affecting markets everywhere — and this gloomy story should put some breaks to the West’s China-bashing indulgence for this issue will affect them just as badly. Although it is … Continue reading