The confusion and propaganda that swirls around Syria has all the feel of a build-up to another major world war.
Best-selling author Stephen Kinzer shares his insights on the hidden history of Iran, including the CIA’s highly secretive Operation Ajax which led to the overthrow of the country’s democratic government in 1953.
An FTMDaily video flashback from 2012 — as relevant as ever
Jerry Robinson explains that the lines are being drawn between Russia and Western powers.
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Next time the neocons tell us we must attack, just think “Iraq.”
As the Western military forces congregate in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea in anticipation of a “limited strike” on Syria, it is time to ask ourselves a simple question: Why?
The struggle between East and West will inevitably explode in the resource-rich Middle East.
Listen as the two top Pentagon officials answer questions from reporters regarding North Korea, Syria, and why they met secretly with British officials last week.
Washington Times reporter, Bill Gertz, tells FTMDaily that there’s more to China’s drone program than meets the eye.
With new Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to the Kremlin, China and Russia relations are tightening. Should the West be concerned?
Geopolitical tensions have created a growing number of current global conflicts that threaten the existing global financial order.
There is a reason why the framers of our Constitution placed the authority to declare war strictly with the Legislative Branch of government.
The Financial Times is reporting that OPEC members will earn more than $1 trillion in net oil revenues this year, which is a record.
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Guess where more than half of your tax dollars go every single year?
President Eisenhower warned us of the rise of the military industrial complex…
If China’s consumption rate of commodities continues growing at the same rate that it has for the last 10 years, this is what 2020 would look like…
What the mainstream media never told you about the Iraq war…
One of the more sensitive, and therefore veiled, aspects of the petrodollar system is how it has impacted America’s relations with the Middle East. In life, everything boils down to incentives. If we are hoping to grasp how the world around us works, we must understand that behind every decision lies an incentive. Let’s see what role the power of incentives plays in the petrodollar system when it comes to American foreign policy in the Middle East.
One of the greatest – and most imminent – challenges looming on America’s economic horizon is the threat of global peak oil production. You may have heard of the phrase “peak oil” from television, newspapers or other media sources. But what exactly does the phrase “peak oil” mean? Well, just like everything else, there is a simple answer and a more complex answer.
The world has been watching and waiting to see what would happen with the Middle East Crisis for the past few weeks now, ever since Tunisia managed to overthrow their leader and declare an age of democracy in that country.
The United States has discovered nearly $1 trillion in untapped mineral deposits in Afghanistan, far beyond any previously known reserves and enough to fundamentally alter the Afghan economy and perhaps the Afghan war itself, according to senior American government officials.