Category: Geopolitics

Maryam Radjavi and the Iranian Resistance: towards freedom and emancipation

The great immigration myth

Djibouti: how a narrow country became an important playground for global powers

Volt, the first pan-European progressive political movement

Migration: the biggest issue of the European elections

Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, in Frankfurter Allegemeine newspaper laid out ideas for more European integration, including the creation of a joint refugee agency that would determine asylum requests on the continent’s borders. “In a changing global order, Europe must be able to act, internally and externally, to be taken seriously by the world”, said. Merkel,…

US exit from Iran nuclear deal is a risky approach

What do the Iraqi elections mean for the corruption-ridden country

On 12 May, parliamentary elections were held across Iraq to decide the next holders of the 329 seats in the Council of Representatives. As the sole legislative body, parliament is responsible for appointing the country’s president and, by extension, the prime minister. This has been Iraq’s fourth national election since 2003, when then-President Saddam Hussein…

Freeze on US funding for White Helmets (Free Syrian Civil Defense)

 Israel bombard Iran’s positions around Damascus   

Law No. 10 and its effect on the Syrians