Tag: Iran






The Taliban Will Soon Be Back in Power in Afghanistan – The Question is How to Manage This Re-Transition Peacefully

Depending on how one defines “control” the Afghan Taliban are the effective government in anywhere between around 20 and 60% of all Afghan territory, operating in a patch work of regions that is distributed between the official government, the Taliban and Daesh terrorists. What is less important than the disputed […]


India To Put Retaliatory Tariffs on US Goods as Modi’s “America First” Policy Backfires On His Sinophobic Government

India has written to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) declaring its intention to put tariffs on a variety of American products that are traditionally popular in the south Asian country. The move comes after the Trump administration failed to grant India an exemption to the new US tariffs on imported […]


Daesh Terrorists Freed by PKK Are Making Their Way to Europe as Many Westerners Remain Oblivious to The Blood-soaked History of The PKK

PKK/YPG terrorism – from a devious history to a devious present  The US backed YPG/PKK terrorists who make up the bulk of the American proxy force SDF in north-eastern Syria have struck yet another a deal with Daesh wherein hundreds of former captives from the world’s most notorious Takfiri terrorist […]


Daesh And The US Share a Goal of Disrupting The Kabul-Taliban Ceasefire And The Wider Afghan Reconciliation Process

A ceasefire declared between the Afghan government and Taliban on the eve of the Islamic celebration of Eid has been devastated by an attack on a meeting between Afghan Security Forces and Taliban representatives in Nangarhar province. Already over 20 have died in the terrorist attack. This represents a further attempt […]


Iran Owes It To Itself to Vocally Support Turkey’s Regional Battle Against PKK Terrorism

Turkey and Iran face a common PKK/PJAK enemy  Turkey’s anti-PKK operations have expanded into Iraq where Turkish anti-terrorism forces have been targeting PKK headquarters and outposts in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar as well as in the Qandil Mountains near both the Turkish and Iranian border with Iraq. Turkey’s Foreign […]