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Trump seeks 'no-confrontation' partnership with China: Analyst
US President Donald Trump is looking to form a "no-confrontation partnership" with China, which could resolve the issue of North Korea’s nuclear program, says an analyst.
Assad is correct in calling US troops in Syria invaders: Analyst
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has correctly called the US troops in Syria invaders because under international law foreign governments can’t deploy troops to sovereign countries, senior analyst Ken Stone says.
US and Saudi military committing genocide in Yemen: Analyst
There has been no real coverage in the American media for the genocide being committed by the US and Saudi military in Yemen because it is considered former President Barack Obama's war, American political analyst Myles Hoenig says.
US raid on Yemen huge mistake: Analyst
A high-ranking US military commander says up to a dozen civilians lost their lives late last January, when special forces carried out an attack against a purported position of al-Qaeda militants in the central Yemeni province of Bayda.
Donald Trump shameless Zionist president: Analyst
US President Donald Trump defied diplomatic norms when he called for moving American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds, says Alexander Azadgan, a senior geopolitical analyst from Tehran.
Saudi royal family was ‘deeply involved’ in 9/11: American analyst
The Saudi royal family was “deeply involved” in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that killed thousands of Americans, says Gordon Duff, an American political commentator and Marine combat veteran.
‘Frustrated’ Trump’s insistence on Muslim ban ‘unconstitutional’: Analyst
US President Donald Trump has become “frustrated” with the rule of law over his entry ban against people from Muslim countries, says an author and political commentator in Madison, Wisconsin.
Trump government run by worst people: Analyst
US President Donald Trump’s lobbying ban sounds good on the surface but is not likely to make a difference since his has put “the bad people” in charge of everything, says Gordon Duff, a senior editor at Veteran Today.
Obama making sure Trump cannot change Mideast status quo: Analyst
US President Barack Obama’s decision to extend the national emergency against Iran is part of broader efforts to keep his successor Donald Trump from changing the geopolitical dynamics in the Middle East, says an American political analyst.
Kerry calling for war crimes against Syrians: Analyst
US Secretary of State John Kerry’s recent remarks about bombing Syria signals Washington’s willingness to start wars with countries that threaten its imperialist agenda, says an analyst in London.
Senator Graham using Russia as boogeyman: Analyst
A political analyst says one reason behind US Republican Senator Lindsey Graham’s remarks about Russia’s alleged interference in the November presidential election is that the Republicans are always looking for a boogeyman to blame.
UN no enforcement mechanism to stop Israel settlements: Analyst
Israel’s illegal construction of settlements will not end despite a call for halt at the UN Security Council, made possible by President Barack Obama’s green light, an analyst says.
Syria must press on with Aleppo offensive: Analyst
Syrian government forces have reportedly liberated Aleppo’s Old City as part of a large-scale military operation to flush foreign-backed Takfiri militants out of the strategic northwestern city.
International hesitance emboldening Myanmar govt.: Analyst
According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), nearly 21,000 Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar have escaped persecution and violence to the neighboring Bangladesh in the past two months. Myanmar’s military forces have launched a new wave of crackdown on Muslim minorities since an alleged attack on the country’s border guards on October 9, which left nine policemen dead. At least 30,000 Rohingya Muslims have been internally displaced in Rakhine, while thousands of others have tried to reach Bangladesh over the past month to seek refuge.
US government subjecting Native Americans to oppression: Analyst
Native Americans have been oppressed by the US government for centuries, an analyst in Virginia says, pointing to the ongoing pipeline protests in North Dakota as an example.

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