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It’s a Question of Time For Kim Jung-un

On March 9, 2019, Posted by , In Analysis Reports,Asia,North Korea, By ,, , With Comments Off on It’s a Question of Time For Kim Jung-un

By Drew Horne Prospects for continued peace talks in the near future are not promising given the abrupt ending and confusing aftermath of the February 27-28 Hanoi Summit. U.S. and DPRK blame each other for the premature conclusion but tell the same story: The U.S. walked out rather than accept…

Putin’s alleged role in the US presidential elections

On March 8, 2019, Posted by , In Analysis Reports,Russia, By ,, , With Comments Off on Putin’s alleged role in the US presidential elections

By Jeff Bates      Putin proved a major influencer in the US presidential election in 2016. Russian influence on the election first appeared four years before the actual election, when two Russians, working for the Internet Research Agency, acquired knowledge about US social media to help provide information to the…

What is Russia Really Doing in Syria?

On March 2, 2019, Posted by , In Information Reports,ISIS,Russia,Syria, With Comments Off on What is Russia Really Doing in Syria?

Written by Marren Haneberg Russia is a longtime ally of Syria, with relations dating back to the 1970s Soviet Union (Rahman-Jones). In 2015, Russia began supporting the Assad regime with weapons, air support, and ground troops. While Russian President Vladimir Putin claims the goal of Russia’s action in Syria is…

Brazil’s Bolsonaro and the Future US-Brazil relations

On March 2, 2019, Posted by , In Brazil,Information Reports,United States, With Comments Off on Brazil’s Bolsonaro and the Future US-Brazil relations

Written by Jeff Bates                 Fighting Fernando Haddad for the Presidency, Jair Bolsonaro won the presidency of Brazil and has filled that office since January. His election surprised many Brazilians and outsiders.  Judged as a homophobic, misogynist, and a no-nonsense speaker, he is strongly allied with President Trump on…

Nicaragua, Dictators, and Paramilitaries

On March 2, 2019, Posted by , In Information Reports,Nicaragua, With Comments Off on Nicaragua, Dictators, and Paramilitaries

Written by Mckay Dayton In 1934 U.S. forces left the country of Nicaragua after a period of guerrilla warfare waged by opposition leader Augusto CŽsar Sandino. As they left the U.S. put Anastasio Somoza in charge and 44 years of a terrible dictatorship backed by the U.S. began. The Somoza…