Saudi Arabia used “incentives” as part of a lobbying campaign to shut down a UN investigation of human rights violations committed by all sides in the Yemen conflict, according to sources with close knowledge of the matter.
We have all been here before, talk of peace in Libya, only to see domestic or outside actors and influences, or both, scuttle the process. But we appear to be closer now than ever.
“Another legal victory for Iran,” Zarif tweeted Wednesday, adding that the International Court of Justice (ICJ) “dismissed all US preliminary objections in the case brought by Iran over unlawful US sanctions.”
Special Ops Veterans Group Calls for Answers After Drone Strike Kills Al-Qaida Leader Ayman al-Zawahiri
Special Operations Association of America (SOAA) applauds the CIA for their successful Sunday morning drone strike on Al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. He was killed on a balcony in downtown Kabul, the strike had no fatalities or injuries among civilians or the target's family.
Henry Kissinger, consummate diplomat and statesman, examines the strategies of six great twentieth-century figures and brings to life a unifying theory of leadership and diplomacy
They Want to Kill Americans is the first detailed look into the heart of the active Trump-led insurgency, setting the stage for a second nationwide rebellion on American soil. This is a chilling and deeply researched early warning to the nation from a counterterrorism intelligence professional: America is primed for a possible explosive wave of terrorist attacks and armed confrontations that aim to bring about a Donald Trump-led dictatorship.