Next Cold War Roundup 11/1/16: Iraqi forces entered the city of Mosul and are advancing rapidly. Russia continues a halt on airstrikes in Aleppo as rebels led by al Qaeda launched an offensive in Aleppo. Turkey masses forces on borders. Experts warn of open-ended conflict with Russia. US politicians continue
Civilians are used as human shields by jihadists in both Aleppo and Mosul, and more in our global news round-up.
Next Cold War Roundup 10/11/16 Saudi coalition airstrikes on a large funeral in Yemen escalated the war and puts the US at risk of participating in war crimes. The Pentagon may retaliate for an alleged missile fired at a US warship off the coast of Yemen. Naval analysts claim the
The Obama Admin. continues facing criticism for supporting Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen and refusing to pull that support as evidence of war crimes emerges.
Cluster bombs were banned by international agreement, but Saudi Arabia has invested millions in the CBU-105 from U.S. manufacturer Textron Systems.
Doctors Without Borders released shocking new details of the events before, during, and after the devastating U.S. airstrikes on Kunduz Trauma Center.
Israel’s discriminatory allocation of water, along with its theft, destruction and pollution of Palestinian water resources, sparks accusations of racism.
Book Review: “This Must Be the Place: How The U.S. Waged Germ Warfare in the Korean War And Denied It Ever Since”
There is no historical controversy as contentious or long-lasting as North Korean & Chinese charges of U.S. use of biological weapons during the Korean War.