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The Ultimate In Irony: Syrian Army Rolls Into Idlib With US Weapons Captured From ISIS

Authored by Leith Fadel and Andrew Illingworth of Al-Masdar News, The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) Tiger Forces arrived in northern Hama this week with a big surprise from their previous operations in the Deir Ezzor Governorate. Units from the Tiger Forces were seen armed with US-manufactured weapons that were seized from the Islamic State (ISIS) during […]

Russia’s Military Withdrawal Will Prompt President Assad To “Compromise”

Authored by Andrew Korybko via Oriental Review, Russia has every right to withdraw most of its Aerospace Forces from Syria following Daesh’s defeat, with one of the most immediate consequences of this move being that it will prompt President Assad into a “political compromise” with the “opposition”. President Putin’s surprise visit to Syria saw the […]

The End Of The Syrian War Is The Beginning Of A New Middle Eastern Order

Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Strategic Culture Foundation, In the Middle East and beyond, we are witnessing a series of high-level political meetings between dozens of nations involved directly or indirectly in the Syrian situation. It is crucial to understand all this in order to understand the direction in which the region is going and […]

A Failing Empire, Part 3: China & Russia Are Transforming Enemies Into Friends

Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Strategic Culture Foundation, In the previous articles, the military and economic means by which the United States initially aimed for global hegemony were addressed, detailing how the US became the (declining) superpower it is today. In both analyses I highlighted how the threat of US military power is no longer credible, and how […]

A Failing Empire, Part 1: Russia & China’s Military Strategy To Contain The US

Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Looking at the global political landscape over the last month, two trends are becoming more apparent. The infamous military and economic power at America’s disposal is declining, whereas in the multipolar field, an acceleration has occurred in the creation of a series of infrastructures, mechanisms and […]

Syria’s Cauldron: One Step Away from Major Showdown

Authored by Peter Korzun via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Syrian rebels from Eastern Lions and Ahmad al-Abdo Army formations – the elements of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) – state that they are «intensely» attacking Iranian-backed pro-government militias in the eastern Syrian desert in an operation dubbed «The Land is Ours». The forces’ strength is […]

ISIS Commanders Join “Moderate” Syrian Rebels

Once again confirming that there is no such thing as a “moderate” Syrian rebel (although there certainly is for State Department funding and arming purposes), on Friday, two prominent ISIS commanders have left the ranks of the calliphate to join forces with the Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters, i.e., “moderate rebels” on the provincial border […]

A Loser’s Malice: What’s Behind Obama’s Attacks On Putin

Submitted by Michael Jabara Carley via Strategic-Culture.org, Relations between Russian president Vladimir Putin and US president Barack Obama are poisoned and irretrievably damaged. It’s therefore a good thing that Obama is leaving office on 20 January. Bad US-Russian relations are of course nothing new. Since the Anglo-American war against Iraq in 2003, the US-Russian relationship […]

Is Obama Setting-Up War With Russia By ‘Unraveling’ The Situation In Syria?

Submitted by Eric Zuesse via Strategic-Culture.org, A 12 August 2012 U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency warning that the Obama Administration’s strategy might drive ISIS from Mosul in Iraq to Der Zor in Syria, is now being actually carried out as a plan instead of a warning — a plan to weaken and ultimately oust Syria’s non-sectarian President Bashar […]