The daily reports reaching us from Syria show that the War against the various terrorist formations operating on the territory of this ancient nation is far from over. Not a day goes by that acts are not committed of an atrocity has nothing to do with the rules of engagement, already ruthless in themselves.
The invasion by ISIS of the Palestinian settlement of Yarmouk, in the southern suburbs of Damascus, has exposed serious divisions within the Palestinian leadership. An apparent agreement to confront the new crisis, with the Syrian Government, was rapidly disowned by the PLO leadership in Ramallah.
The Balkan wars that ravaged the now defunct Yugoslavia was a terrible moment in European history. Many the actors involved, who have contributed to the tragedy which was committed not too many years ago in those places. For some, perhaps many, the American and NATO intervention, should be decisive and put an end to a long series of conflicts.
England's Easter was the culmination of recent events which have brought the would-be great and good to their knees - and knee deep in hypocrisy. Prime Minister David Cameron, after attending an Easter service near his rural home said it was "shocking" that people abroad were still being "threatened, tortured - even killed" because of their faith.
Japan is truly the elephant standing invisibly in the middle of the room waiting to crush everyone when the country defaults. Japan has been stuck in neutral with a stagnant, deflating economy for twenty years. The world scratches its collective head and wonders why. But there is no mystery. The answer is as painfully simple as it is irresolvable
Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski arrived in Kiev. He will visit the Bykivnia Grave memorial - the burial ground for about 3,500 Polish citizens, who fell victims to the NKVD, the website of the Polish president says. It turns out that "the Ukrainians liberated Auschwitz, but the Ukrainians did not shoot the Poles?
Czech President Milos Zeman has recently created an important precedent, in which a vassal showed direct disobedience to its owner. Zeman is not a big ally of Russia, but he showed that his country was a sovereign republic, while the authorities of Eastern European countries have developed a habit of bowing heads in obedience to the United States
The Ukrainian authorities exposed information about Poroshenko's suggestion to Putin to take the Donbass only two months later. How should Russia respond to it and for whom was the message? For the time being, spiders in Ukraine continue to kill each other not just for the privilege of owning food, but also for the right to be called the alpha male
US President Obama is very proud of his achievement - the agreement with Iran on its nuclear program. The White House called the agreement "historic." Yet, Iranian Foreign Minister looked very pleased while commenting on the agreement. Iran's nuclear program is a national idea of Iran, its shield and international reputation
Ukrainian Prime Arseny Yatsenyuk raised many eyebrows in the West with his "expressive" speech in Berlin. According to him, Putin's goal is to lead a war against the West, so Ukraine asks the West to help him protect Europe and the European Union. Putin's ultimate goal is to wage a war against the West, Yatsenyuk said
Moscow had patience to tolerate blackmail in Syria and the massacre of Ukraine until the USA and Saudi Arabia lowered oil prices. Russia had to prepare a response. A gambit in Yemen was played together with Teheran for the purpose of causing damage to the Wahhabi state. The Saudis are used to sponsoring wars, but they do not like to die in them
During the time of the two cold wars, the relations between Russia and Germany used to be and still remain a threat to America. The Anglo-Saxons make the two nations fight against each other. at the turn of 19-20 centuries, the US elite, in alliance with their British ideologues, obtained an opportunity to "neutralize" Russia
Western oligarchies in order to protect and perpetuate their power from the socialist expansion of the 20th century, developed nuclear weapons - as a result, they spurred the same development on the other side: today, in neoliberal globalization, the use of them becomes more than ever possible, if the cause if it is not being exposed and restrained