New articles in Foreign Policy: US and MiddleEast

Ibrahim Fraihat, Keeping Iran and Saudi Arabia From War read
Abdel Bari Atwan, On The Brink Of War . Saudi Arabia read
Finian Cunningham, Why Saudi Purge Signals War Footing read
Ryan Grim, Saudi Arabia’s Government Purge — And How Washington Corruption Enabled It read
Zero Hedge, Real Motive Behind Saudi Purge Emerges: $800 Billion in Confiscated Assets read
Abdel Bari Atwan, On The Brink Of War read
Pepe Escobar on detained royals read

New articles in Foreign Policy: US and MiddleEast

Peter Koenig, ISIS – Always-Always Claims Responsibility read
Andre Vltchek, 64th Anniversary Of The West-sponsored Coup In Iran “After WWII, the West had one huge ‘problem’ on its hands: all three most populous Muslim countries on Earth – Egypt, Iran and Indonesia – were clearly moving in one similar direction, joining group of patriotic, peaceful and tolerant nations. They were deeply concerned about the welfare of their citizens, and by no means were they willing to allow foreign colonialist powers to plunder their resources, or enslave their people.” read
Matt Agorist, Watch: Brave Congressman Explains How US Keeps Afghan Heroin Trade Alive at Your Expense watch
Andrew Exum, When Will Enough Be Enough in Afghanistan? read
Michel Chossudovsky, Michel Chossudovsky, More American Troops to Afghanistan, To Keep the Chinese Out? Lithium and the Battle for Afghanistan’s Mineral Riches read
Gilad Atzmon Explains the Murder of the West by Identity Politics “The remedy is clear. America and the West must, at once, break away from all forms of ID politics. Instead of celebrating that which separates us, we must seek what unites and makes us into one people. I am advocating a radical spiritual, ideological and metaphGysical transition.” read

New articles in Foreign Policy: US and MiddleEast

Robert Fisk, Saudi Arabia is ‘The Kingdom Whose Name We Dare Not Speak At All’ read
Jason Goodwin, The Birth of the Modern Middle East Rev. of THE ISLAMIC ENLIGHTENMENT The Struggle Between Faith and Reason: 1798 to Modern Times By Christopher de Bellaigue “Far from spurning or avoiding modernity, Muslims are “drenched in it,” as de Bellaigue points out, and in tracking the sinews of enlightenment through the last two centuries of Islamic thinking, this brilliant and lively history deserves nothing but praise.” read
Mark Taliano, US-NATO Holocaust in Iraq: The Depopulation and Destruction of Mosul read
Felicity Arbuthnot, The “Liberation” of Mosul: Another Fallujah, Dresden – or Hiroshima? read
Michel Chossudovsky, The Engineered Destruction and Political Fragmentation of Iraq read
Stephen Lendman, US-Installed Iraqi Regime: Torture and Murre read
Bill Van Auken, Iraqi Sources Place Real Death Toll in US-led Siege of Mosul at 40,000 read
Tom Engelhardt, Empire of Destruction. Precision Warfare? Don’t Make Me Laugh read
Adam Johnson, Corporate Media Largely Silent on Trump’s Civilian Death Toll in Iraq read
Paul Craig Roberts, Iraqi Leader Says Iraq Needs Russia Not US read
A Shameful Silence: Where is the Outrage Over the Slaughter of Civilians in Mosul? read
Mustafa Akyol’s articles read