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Political analyst Marwa Osman gives insight on Saudi Arabia, Prince Mohammad bin Salman to be King? Herland Report

The Lebanese Prime Minister has “resigned” on Saudi tv. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has rounded up a dozen other princes in the House of Saud in a startling move that threatens to upset the kingdom. Reports saying that King Salman will step aside for the crown prince abound. Marwa Osman, a political analyst and commentator in Beirut speaks ... Read More »

Khalifa Haftar’s ambiguous relationship with Salafists may harm him in the long term – Atlantic Council

USA citizen, Khalifa Haftar’s ambiguous relationship with Salafist organizations may help him tactically on the ground in the short term, but harm him in the medium and long term. These types of relationships could increase the anxiety of Haftar’s allies within Libya, such as with the tribes of eastern Libya, who fear extremism and any challenge to the tribe’s authority and ... Read More »

De voksende protestene mot USD: Iran, Russland og Azerbadjan handel med nasjonal valuta? Bjørn Nistad

Iran, Russland og Aserbajdsjan har blitt enige om å danne en tollkorridor og å undersøke muligheten for å gå over til å handle med hverandre ved hjelp av sine nasjonale valutaer, slik sammenfatter den russiske regjeringsavisen Rossijskaja Gazeta møtet mellom Vladimir Putin, Irans president Hassan Rouhani og Aserbajdsjans president Ilham Alijev i Teheran 1. november, skriver Bjørn D. Nistad. Les ... Read More »

Media on Trial in London 2017: Legendary John Pilger, Vanessa Beeley, Patrick Henningsen – The Herland Report

What should we expect from the mainstream media? Accurate reporting? Impartial analysis? Speaking truth to power? At times of proposed war or foreign intervention the public has a right to expect all these, as recently was pointed out at the Media on Trial event in London, 2017. (Photo: Photographer Mary Henning)   Millions watch Herland Report TV. Subscribe: “The event, ... Read More »

Reported atrocities by Libyan National Army, Khalifa Haftar – The Guardian

What is ahead for the fate of Tripoli in the days ahead remains to be seen, but many Libyans seem to disagree with Western leaders who are embracing General Khalifa Haftar, who has ordered his soldiers to commit war crimes. This is according to The Guardian, and evidence that has been analysed by senior legal experts. Both Amnesty International and ... Read More »

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