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Turkey’s Dangerous Energy Play Is Putting The Entire Region At Risk

By: Vanand Meliksetian In the world of energy geopolitics and economics are closely linked to each other. The exploitation of oil and gas reserves is a major source of income for energy-rich countries and therefore tension and competition. In some cases, it’s difficult to distinguish whether political or economic goals …

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Saudi Arabia Is Bullying OPEC Members Into Compliance

By: Irina Slav First, they said it nicely: play along and cut to your quotas, or we’ll all suffer low oil prices for longer. Then they put their foot down: start cutting deeper or else. And now it has emerged what the “or else” part was—a new price war. The …

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Can The Nuclear Industry Survive COVID-19?

By: Haley Zaremba In the United States, nuclear energy just can’t catch a break. Despite the fact that generating carbon-free energy has never been more important, the nuclear energy industry has been waning for years in the U.S. and now struggles to turn any profit, even while nuclear energy industries …

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China Inks Military Deal With Iran Under Secretive 25-Year Plan

By Simon Watkins Last August, Iran’s Foreign Minister, Mohammad Zarif, paid a visit to his China counterpart, Wang Li, to present a roadmap on a comprehensive 25-year China-Iran strategic partnership that built upon a previous agreement signed in 2016. Many of the key specifics of the updated agreement were not released …

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Time to Call It Quits in Korean Peninsula

TEHRAN: On June 25, 1950, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the South launched an all-out war, drawing in both the US and China. The conflict ended essentially where it started, with an armistice. American troops still remain on station against the now nuclear North. Until recently, US involvement …

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Time for US to Pull Out of Yemen

TEHRAN :The US Congress is taking another stab at ending US support for the Saudi-led coalition waging an unjustified war on Yemen. The House Armed Services Committee voted 31-25 to add language to a key defense authorization bill that would ban the Donald Trump administration from using funds to provide …

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New York Times Is Instrument of US State-approved Propaganda

By Stephen Lendman   The New York Times isn’t and never was “the newspaper of record” except in its own mind.   It’s a national disgrace, a lying machine, an instrument of state-approved propaganda, notably on geopolitical issues.   It features US intelligence community press releases — rubbish masquerading as …

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4th Balanced Deterrence Op.: Long Humiliation Night for Saudi Arabia

Translated article written by Ibrahim Al-Wadei It is not the first time that the capital of the Saudi enemy or sensitive targets in the Saudi depth have been targeted. Al-Shaybah, Abqaiq and Khurais refineries and industrial cities in Dammam and Yanbu, military targets in Riyadh, such as Salman’s base and …

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Bin Salman Attempt 4TH Saudi Era by Repression, Intimidation

Middle East – Saudi Arabia The Saudi media is making great efforts not to highlight the fact that the Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman (34 years old) is the first decision-maker in the Kingdom, claiming that King Salman bin Abdulaziz (84 years) is exercising his full duties in managing the …

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World Rebukes U.S. Over Iran

With Trump’s re-election prospects up in the air, a heated U.N. meeting on Iran shows world power’s fading fear of confronting U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday sought to reassert America’s waning influence on the world stage, challenging the U.N. Security Council to extend a U.N. arms embargo …

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