Angela Keaton, executive director of Antiwar.com, discusses libertarian and right-wing opposition to war and areas of common ground with the antiwar Left.
Phil Giraldi discusses how former intelligence officers are questioning whether there’s an ongoing soft coup in the national security establishment.
Author and scholar Dr. Christopher Davidson discusses manipulation of the Middle East by Western powers, the strategic use of extremist groups, and more.
Despite initial claims by the British government, it is now clear that Salman Abedi, the man responsible for the bombing of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, was not a “lone wolf” but a member of terrorist network living in the United Kingdom under the protection of the government.
Rather than confront the roots of the terrorism, Trump praised its benefactors and took a side in a sectarian war that is ripping apart the Middle East.
Doug Henwood discusses the anti-Trump faction’s endgame, the force applied by the unelected permanent government and the prospect of a President Pence.
Even if the X-37 somehow is a completely benign scientific pursuit, its existence is triggering other countries to develop space-based military hardware.
The United States took this long to commit to arming SDF, despite its stated objective of destroying ISIS, because of concerns from the Turkish government.
Around The Empire – Episode 19: Deep State Sells Out American Counterterrorism Interests Feat. Gareth Porter
Gareth Porter explains how the Deep State sells out the American counterterrorism interests and fuels the rise of extremist groups like al Qaeda.
A top adviser for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Ilnur Cevik, warned on May 3 that United States troops and equipment risk being destroyed due to their proximity to Kurdish forces in Northern Syria. Turkey claims those fighters are aligned with the Kurdish militant group the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK),