EU “special tribunal” for Ukraine war raises more questions than answers
The European Union’s plans to set up a special tribunal to hear alleged Russian crimes in the Ukraine war has raised more questions than answers about the bloc’s initiative.
Palestinian child is killed; where is the West’s uproar?
A seven-year-old Palestinian child has died after running away from Israeli troops who were chasing him until he fell from a high place and the silence of the West speaks volumes.
U.S. Likes to Fan the Flame of War
While the world is eager to see an end to Ukraine-Russia war because of global problems, some countries predominantly the U.S. prefer the war to continue in order to sell their arms to Ukraine or other countries which are afraid of future wars.
U.S. Benefits From War in Ukraine
Western powers and predominantly the U.S. have always claimed they are anti-war countries and support peace in the world but they have actually been behind all wars and even they have waged or ignited the wars in any part of the world and Ukraine is the best contemporary example for this war-mongering nature of the U.S. and its Western allies.
Biden didn’t ban “offensive operations” in war on Yemen
U.S. President Joe Biden's announcement at the State Department two weeks after winning the Presidency that he would end all U.S. support for “offensive operations” in the war on Yemen, “including relevant arms sales" to the Saudi-led coalition was ambiguous.
Western arms firms enjoying huge profits from Ukraine crisis
According to the United Nations, around 14 million people have fled their homes in Ukraine. Nearly seven million have left for neighboring countries, including Russia, with another eight million who are considered internally displaced people.
Future world order depends on outcome of Russia-Ukraine war: political scientist
A professor of political studies at the University of Ottawa says that the Ukraine war would determine the fate of the world order.
U.S., Main Supporter of Wars in Region
For years it has been proved to the world that arrogant countries just think of their own benefits in other countries and whatever they do is just for milking the countries especially in the oil-rich areas in the Middle East and the West Asia.
Most Americans say U.S. wars “not worth fighting”
A substantial majority of Americans believe that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were “not worth fighting”, that’s according to an AP-NORC poll that has released the results of its survey.
Chaotic, bloody exit marks end of U.S. longest war
The last United States forces left Afghanistan late on Monday, ending a 20-year occupation that began shortly after Al Qaeda’s attacks on 9/11, cost over $2 trillion, took more than 170,000 lives and ultimately failed to defeat the Taliban who allowed Al Qaeda to operate there, the New York Times reported.