The nuclear agreement on the negotiating track: what to expect next?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The visit last week of the official in charge of European foreign policy, Josep Borrell, to Tehran did not cause any breach at the level of the stalled nuclear talks. However, it opened the way for the return of the US-Iran indirect talks in Qatar, expected Tuesday afternoon or […]

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Does Moqtada al-Sadr’s exit from Parliament serve Iran and the US?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Muqtada al-Sadr left the window of the political arena open when he resigned from his parliamentary bloc and allowed the political opponents of the Shiite “coordination framework” to come through the door to elect the President and the Ministers of the Republic- and induce the current crisis. The change […]

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Russia is waving a short stick at Israel in Syria, and Iran sends a message to Tel Aviv

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Israel put Damascus Airport out of action after seven years of targeting specific points inside and around it that contain advanced Iranian weapons stores related to anti-aircraft missiles, precision-guided surface-to-surface missiles, and modern multi-tasking Iranian drones. However, the new development created a threat launched by Iran and conveyed via […]

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Turkey’s gift: Occupy more Syrian territories

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In 2014, French President Francois Hollande supported the idea of ​​his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to establish a buffer zone between Syria and Turkey where internally displaced Syrians could be allocated. However, Washington rejected the idea though it was only postponed. Turkey has considered the north of Syria […]

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The Iran-US Nuclear is stagnating: Will Sayyed Khamenei revise the Nuclear Fatwa?

The Iran-US Nuclear is stagnating: Will Sayyed Khamenei revise the Nuclear Fatwa? Iran has received messages from the US through Qatar, Oman and Tehran Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: With the nuclear file reaching its conclusion, signs of a new crisis are emerging that may once again divert its path away from a solution. […]

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100 days of the war in Ukraine… Military lessons learned (2)

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Russia committed several mistakes in the first two weeks of the war, which persuaded the US and Europe that they could destroy the Russian army and the Russian economy and remove president Vladimir Putin from power. However, the initial Russian failure turned in Moscow’s favour a few weeks later, […]

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EU and US damage after 100 days of the Ukraine war (1)

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: One hundred days of the ongoing war in Ukraine have gone by, a war that began on February the 24th, 2022. The West – led and driven by the US – has planned, supported and financed a war against Russia on Ukrainian soil. President Vladimir Putin seems not to be […]

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What is Israel achieving by striking Iran and its allies?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The assassination of the Iranian colonel in the Revolutionary Guards, Sayyad Khodaye, does not constitute a new development or an exceptional violation of the existing Iranian-Israeli rules of engagement. Instead, it is a natural and expected act due to the conflict between the two sides, well-established since 1979, when the Islamic […]

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The return of the “Tanker War” with messages that affect the nuclear file

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: After two years of precarious calm, the “Tanker War” has reappeared in the international arena. Iran faced the US through its European ally acting as a proxy, Greece, which was pushed against Tehran. However, the confrontation this time is different because the Iranian message is not limited to seizing […]

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Erdogan holds the cards to divide Syria and blackmail the US

By Elijah J. Magnier: The current US administration’s top priority is to win the “European-Russian split” prize, keep Moscow busy in Ukraine, to divide Russia from the European Union, and enlarge NATO by adding two more countries to the existing 30 nations. Surrounding Russia with hostile forces and weakening its army is the US’s primary goal, and Washington […]

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The world is facing a food shortage and inflation to preserve the throne of the US

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Russia halted its gas supplies to Finland following its refusal to pay in Roubles, contrary to more than half of the 54 countries that switched to paying their gas supply with the Russian currencies, most of them on the European continent, plus Japan, all US allies. This would raise energy and food prices […]

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Turkey won’t stop Finland and Sweden from joining NATO

Why was Finland encouraged to confront Russia, and what the response will be? Turkey won’t stop Finland and Sweden from joining NATO Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The world is preparing for a new cold-hot war (similar to the Cold War that ended in 1991)after Finland and Sweden announced their intention to join the US-led North […]

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Is the US contributing to weakening the SWIFT and the dollar?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The US unilateral hegemony is undoubtedly challenged, where Russia is standing against the US-led NATO expansion, preventing new potential members (Ukraine, Georgia, Finland and Sweden) from joining the western military body. That situation triggered western reactions by the US and its European allies, which imposed harsh sanctions on Russia […]

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Regardless of the military and propaganda support, the US’s victory over Russia is not guaranteed

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The US forced several countries in Europe, Africa and even the Middle East (Iraq and Egypt) to hand over the Soviet weapons in their warehouses to be shipped to Ukraine in exchange for promises to replace them with Western weapons. After dozens of eastern European countries’ stocks of Soviet […]

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The US-Iran nuclear agreement is ready

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: An Iranian source has said that “the nuclear agreement between Iran and the US is ready after all points were agreed upon, including the lifting of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) from the US sanctions list, while maintaining the Al-Quds Brigade, responsible for supporting the oppressed populations around […]

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No WWIII is expected, and the US wants to end the war while victorious

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Undoubtedly, the battle in Ukraine between Russia and the west does not resemble a World War, but it is not far from this description. The first and the second World Wars began in Europe, with many countries participating. Today, America and dozens of European countries are involved in the […]

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Russia shows its fangs to Israel: The payback will come

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The results of the US-Russian war will not be limited to the Ukrainian theatre and are not expected to have economic consequences for Europe only. Its effects can reach the US forces deployed in different parts of the Middle East and Israel, and the Russian-Israeli relationship will not be […]

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The Russian-US escalation will remain high even after Ukraine

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: “Moscow will not use nuclear weapons in Ukraine.” This is how Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov settled the debate about whether or not Russia needs to use even tactical nuclear bombs to curb the Ukrainians and send a strong message to the West. Russia seems to progress evidently to the next stage […]

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What gives Russia the right to occupy Ukraine or any other country?

What gives Russia the right to occupy Ukraine or any other country? Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: On 24 February 2022, the Russian president Vladimir Putin decided to invade Ukraine, violating international laws that forbid, in principle, the encroachment on the borders of states or invasion or interference in their internal affairs. These are […]

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Will Europe replace the Middle East as the US arena for future conflicts?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The harsh Western sanctions against Russia and its economic and financial institutions have continued since the Ukraine war’s first day (24th February 2022). The 30-member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) continue to send lethal customised weapons to Ukraine to fight the Russian army. NATO’s goal consists in […]

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The political blockage in Iraq: where to?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Iraq finds itself in a constitutional vacuum following the failure to elect the new President of the Republic and the end of the constitutional period that limited the date of the election to 30 days, ending on the 6th of April, following the first parliamentary meeting. The intervention of the […]

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Assessing the Combat in Ukraine: Learning from the Mistakes

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: America and NATO state members made an enormous effort by sending to Ukraine billions of dollars’ worth of tons of selective weapons needed for the war against Russia, which make it last as long as possible. NATO generals worked tirelessly to fight Russia with Ukrainian soldiers who decided to […]

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The birth of a “new world order” from the Ukrainian battlefield

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: There is a lot of speculation about the birth of a “new world order” from the womb of the battle in Ukraine between America and Russia. The Middle East, Asia and Africa are awaiting the results of this battle, its implications and what will be the outcome to form […]

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