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Aktuelles auf englisch (21) [der letzten 24 Stunden]
Topthema - Aktuelle Hotspots (1)
21:01 [ISW News]
Syrian Army in Vicinity of Raqqah City
It is said, after US soldiers leave the town completely, Syrian forces will enter.
Welt - Afrika (1)
20:59 [ISW News]
Latest Updates on Libya, 17 October 2019
2. Haftar’s army entered town Marzuq, southwest of Libya. Marzuq was under control of Abu Bakr al-Soqi, a subgroup of Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries, ally to GNA.
Welt - Asien-Pazifik (1)
22:25 [The Unz Review]
Corruption in China The Worst kind of Treason
Everywhere, since ancient times, peole have feared government corruption for, unlike war or fraud, corrupt policies cripple nations for centuries. No society has suffered more grievously from–nor waged more protracted war against–official corruption than the Chinese. Today however, though the story not over, it is nearing a goal that could make them the envy of the world and, like most Chinese stories, theirs is a long one.
Welt - Naher Osten - arabische Halbinsel (3)
10:04 [Moon of Alabama]
How The Win-Win-Win-Win Plan For Syria`s Northeast Succeeds
The Syrian and Russian operations in the northeast of Syria are going well. Russian troops prevented attempts by Turkish supported Jihadis to attack Manbij. Russian and Syrian units have now also entered Ayn al-Arab/Kobani. Syrian government troops took control of the electricity producing dam in Tabqah and some units set up posts in Raqqa. Other units entered the Conoco and Al-Umar oil fields north of Abu Kahmal and east of Deir Ezzor. Some local tribe which profited from the oil explorations there held a small protest against the return of government control.
22:30 [Consortium News]
Everybody Betraying Everybody in Syria
Washington has never gotten over the fact that Syria for over half a century has never bowed to U.S. or Israeli hegemony in the region, and has all along been a strong supporter of Syria’s secular —yes secular —Arab nationalism. The U.S. has therefore shown great willingness to “fight to the last Syrian” if necessary to achieve its ends.
22:15 [Indian Punchline]
It’s curtains for US in Syria. Russia, Iran owe big thanks to Erdogan
Turkey’s Operation Peace Spring in Northern Syria has reportedly advanced to a 1000 square kilometers area. The scenario agreed on behind the curtains through months of confidential exchanges, often one-on-one, between the Russian and Turkish leaders regarding north-eastern Syria is entering a critical phase of implementation on the ground with the agreement between the Kurds and the Assad regime.
Welt - Nordamerika (1)
9:16 [Fort Russ]
Military Industrial Complex Reveals Major Problem in US Hypersonic Weapon Development
Eric Scherff, a leading industrial experts in hypersonic technology from Lockheed Martin, said the most important challenge to produce and integrate hypersonic weapons of mass would be linked to the supply chain required for these weapons are built in large quantities to the Pentagon, quotes Breaking Defense. Lockheed Martin, for its part, says it is doing everything in its power to ensure the flow of materials and engineers for the development of hypersonic weapons in the country.
Welt - Weltpolitik (3)
9:44 [Elija J. Magnier]
Winners and Losers in the Turkish attack on Kurds in Syria? Part 2 of 3
Turkish forces invaded north-east Syria (NES) only when it had coordinated with the US to define the red line of the invasion. Moreover, both superpowers, the US and Russia, protected Turkey by blocking an EU-drafted UN resolution to halt the Turkish advance. Turkey refused to allow the US to arm, train and give an independent state to the Syrian Kurds on the Turkish borders and simultaneously keep Turkey as an ally. President Donald Trump had no choice but to accept Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s position over that of the Kurdish separatists. Russia considered the Turkish presence in NES much easier to deal with than the US forces and the disillusionment of the Kurds with their US mentor worth allowing President Erdogan’s operation.
9:42 [Elija J. Magnier]
Winners and Losers in the Turkish attack on the Kurds in Syria (part 3 of 3)
In the Levant, the US has dramatically failed to reach its objectives, but it has succeeded in waking Russia from its long hibernation, to challenge the US unilateral hegemony of the world and to develop new forms of alliance. Iran has also challenged the US hegemony incrementally since the 1979 “Islamic Revolution”. Iran has planned meticulously, and patiently built a chain of allies connecting different parts of the Middle East. Now, after 37 years, Iran can boast a necklace of robust allies in Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Afghanistan- who are all ready, if necessary, to take up arms to defend Iran. Iran, in fact, has greatly benefited from US mistakes.
22:18 [Strategic Culture Foundation]
The Russian Masterpiece in Syria: Everyone Wins
Moscow has managed to maintain contacts with all parties in the conflict, even in spite of its stance against partition and illegal foreign presence. Trilateral talks between Iran, Turkey and Russia occurred in Astana at Moscow’s urging. Putin managed to bring together in Sochi the Syrian government and opposition groups to discuss the future of Syria. In Geneva, Moscow mediated between Damascus and the international community, shielding Syria from the diplomatic skulduggery of the US and other enemies of Syria.
Welt - Weltwirtschaft (1)
22:22 [Oriental Review]
Russia And The European Union (I)
After the end of the USSR in 1991, Russia, at that time both weakened and isolated, was becoming a less popular area of investigation and studies compared with the period during the Cold War. However, since the year of 2004, Russia is “back” in the global political arena when Moscow rejected the European Neighboring Policy’s game with the European Union (the EU). Those who argued that Russia was already irrelevant in global politics since 2004 had to realize their error of judgment. Today, Russia is “back” as a military, economic, and political Great Power with tremendous energy resources.[i] Recovering Russia’s global power, in fact, started with a self-confidence policy by Moscow toward the EU and its bureaucratic apparatus in Brussels. Nevertheless, the EU is still one of the focal strategic partners to Russia and vice versa.
Feuilleton - Meinung und Debatte (1)
9:21 [Tehran Times]
Shamkhani: U.S. trying to give new life to Daesh
Shamkani’s remarks came in a meeting with Alexander Lavrentiev, the special envoy of the Russian president, during which the sides discussed regional and international issues. Pointing to the U.S. plot to revive Daesh and create insecurity in the Middle East, Shamkhani called on regional nations to be more vigilant about such plots and embark on close coordination to counter the ill-wishers’ destabilizing measures. Shamkhani further condemned double-standard approach towards the issue of terrorism, including in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib.
Themen - Geheimdienste und Terror (3)
18:11 [Press TV]
62 worshippers die in bomb blasts in mosque in eastern Afghanistan
At least 62 worshippers have been killed and more than 100 injured in bomb explosions at a mosque in eastern Afghanistan during Friday prayers.
9:30 [Stalker Zone]
Trump Slammed the Military Industrial Complex and Advocated a Sovereign Syria
Changing brands/flags/logos, etc has been a key element of the complex “hybrid” war in Syria. Today he’s Nusra, tomorrow he’s FSA, next week he’s an “Operation Peace Spring” soldier. And the same applies to the SDF: recycled ISIS militants airlifted to safety by the US. To elaborate a bit: the CIA doesn’t want the facts on the ground to reach social media undistorted. Thus, there is a need to manipulate the aesthetics of the war. This is known as “fourth generation warfare”. Folks like Brett McGurk are responsible for such rebranding.
9:26 [Land Destroyer]
US Finally Bombs French Factory in Syria Infamous for Funding ISIS
As spectacular and indicative of America`s sinking fortunes in Syria as its bombing of its own military base in northern Syria was - it is also an indicator of something else much more sinister.
Themen - Globalisierung und Globalismus (1)
4:44 [New Eastern Outlook]
Syrian Kurds, “Allies of Convenience” to US
Henry Kamens - All good things come to an end; therefore, it was expected that the US support to Kurds and regional stability would come to an end–sooner or later. But before taking up the human rights line and saying “but they were the friends of the United States, fought side-by-side,”etc, one should also consider the political realities and historic precedents.
Themen - Hintergrund (1)
9:35 [Press TV]
Turkey: a force of invasion in Syria
The Turkish invasion of northeastern Syria is likely to result in a high number of casualties in the near term and significant instability in the region in the longer term. Press TV`s Lebanese-American Journalist Serena Shim was killed in Turkey in 2014 for revealing the truth regarding the relationship between Turkey and Daesh.
Themen - Medien und Propaganda (2)
4:27 [Project Veritas]
Part 3: Field Ops Manager At Cnn: Zucker’s 9am Calls Are ‘bullsh*t;’ “we’re Totally Left-leaning…(But) We Don’t Want To Admit It”
Manager of Field Operations at CNN Patrick Davis Complains “We Could Be So Much Better Than What We Are. “I Haven’t Listened to a 9AM (Rundown) Call in About 15 Years…Just, I Can’t Listen to It,” Explains Davis, “It’s All Just a Bunch of Bullshit.” Field Production Supervisor at CNN Gerald Sisnette: “The Only Way This Will Go Away is When He (Trump) Dies. Hopefully Soon.” “They Sold Themselves to the Devil. It’s, It’s Sad.” Laments Floor Manager at CNN Mike Brevna. “We Used to Cover News,” Complains Senior Field Engineer at CNN Scott Garber, “We Used to Go Out and Do Stories.” Zucker Admits to Being Personally Responsible for Impeachment Coverage: “I Am the One Saying We Should Just Stay on Impeachment.”
4:24 [Project Veritas]
Part 2: CNN Leadership and Staffers Reveal True Sentiments; Network Picks Favorites Among Democratic Candidates on Eve of Debate
CNN Senior Justice Correspondent Evan Perez Says, ‘Joe Biden Has a Problem’ Because of his Son’s Foreign Business Dealings; “It Looks Bad. It Smells Bad.” CNN President Jeff Zucker Pushes Kamala Harris’ Demand to Take Down Trump’s Twitter Account; “I Think it’s a Good Segment…Not Going to Happen, But it’s a Good Talking – it’s a Good Segment.” Zucker on Harris: “She is Also Retooling Her Struggling Campaign.” CNN Media Coordinator Christian Sierra Says Network is Less Fair to Andrew Yang and Amy Klobuchar, “They’re Pro-Top Contenders.” Sierra: “I Think They Like Warren a Lot” “…They Don’t Like Tulsi Gabbard”. CNN Media Coordinator Nick Neville Says “People Would Change the Channel” if Network Broadcasted a Biden Rally.
Themen - Menschenrechte (1)
14:07 [Jonathan Cook]
Bedouin mass eviction is part of Israel’s efforts to drive Palestinians off their historic lands
The decades-long struggle by tens of thousands of Israelis against being uprooted from their homes – some for the second or third time – should be proof enough that Israel is not the western-style liberal democracy it claims to be. Last week 36,000 Bedouin – all of them Israeli citizens – discovered that their state is about to make them refugees in their own country, driving them into holding camps. These Israelis, it seems, are the wrong kind. Their treatment has painful echoes of the past. In 1948, 750,000 Palestinians were expelled by the Israeli army outside the borders of the newly declared Jewish state established on their homeland – what the Palestinians call their Nakba, or catastrophe.
Themen - Militär und Frieden (1)
9:24 [Land Destroyer]
Turkish Incursion into Syria: US Abandons Kurds
Turkey is at a pivotal moment where it can chose to help end the war or take on the torch of Washington`s failure.

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