US President Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia during his first official overseas trip this week was essentially a declaration of war against Iran and Shia Muslims and signaled an alliance with Wahhabi regimes, an investigative journalist in Washington says.
The United States has the worst healthcare system in the world and President Donald Trump promises to make it even worse than it is, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
President Donald Trump is trying to break the British Empire’s policy of dividing the world, and that is evident in his overtures to US adversaries to resolve the North Korean standoff, says an 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.