Selected Articles: US-NATO War Agenda, Iran, ISIS

 Iran carte drapeauI Testify That Iran Is Standing!

By Andre Vltchek, September 18, 2015

It seems that, as the Empire is on its final bellicose and ideological crusade, unless a truly independent nation begins to roar, unless it shows both its teeth and its missiles, it has almost no chance to survive. Iran is roaring and it is also logically explaining where it stands. It has both guts and big heart!

british-army-troops-iraqResources Squandered on Britain’s War Machine Could Save Millions from Starvation

By Daniel Jakopovich, September 18, 2015

The UK government has committed itself to a 2 per cent of GDP military spending target (MacLellan, 2015) for the next five years on the basis of demands for more foreign military interventions […]  It should be obvious that money should instead be used to generously invest in re-building these wretched, war-stricken countries, to invest in peacebuilding, education and human development, to build bridges instead of creating more enemies for the West.

us-syria flagsPolls Show Syrians Overwhelmingly Blame U.S. for ISIS

By Eric Zuesse, September 18, 2015

The British polling organization ORB International, an affiliate of WIN/Gallup International, repeatedly finds in Syria that, throughout the country, Syrians oppose ISIS by about 80%, and (in the latest such poll) also finds that 82% of Syrians blame the U.S. for ISIS.

VIDEO: Icelanders Reject Debt Repayment PlanIceland Boycotts Israel

By Stephen Lendman, September 18, 2015

The whole world needs to follow Iceland’s lead. Its capital City of Reykjavik no longer will buy products made in Israel. Its city council voted for boycott as long as it continues occupying Palestinian territory – a bold act deserving high praise, perhaps inspiring greater numbers of cities worldwide to follow suit, then maybe countries if enough effective popular resistance against its viciousness materializes.

map-montenegro-360x270-cb1434550818Another “Regime Change” Scenario? Montenegro Could Be Headed for a Mountain of Trouble

By Andrew Korybko, September 18, 2015

Despite public hesitation on the issue of Montenegro’s membership in NATO, yesterday  the country’s parliament adopted a symbolic resolution in favor of a future accession to the alliance.  Hereby we publish a briefing by our permanent contributor with an analysis of geopolitical context and possible implications of the chamber decision.

Obama-Eyes-SyriaObama’s Fateful Syrian Choice

By Robert Parry, September 18, 2015

There is an obvious course that President Barack Obama could follow if he wants to lessen the crises stemming from the Syrian war and other U.S. “regime change” strategies of the past several decades, but it would require him to admit that recent interventions (including his own) have represented a strategic disaster.


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