Trump’s missile attack on Syria – was he right to do so?

April 7, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

US President Donald Trump has recently authorized a direct missile attack targeting Syria’s military infrastructure. News sources say 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles were launched towards the Sharat airbase near Homs.  This location allegedly housed the airplanes which carried out the chemical attacks. The decision was made following Assad’s alleged use of banned […]

Is Canada training Neo-Nazis in Ukraine?

February 21, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is likely planning to renew military training in Ukraine, furthering the debate as to whether Canada should involve themselves within what has become a quagmire. Indeed, the non-combat mission Operation Unifier, has seen a rotating contingent of 200 troops train thousands of Ukrainian soldiers since 2015. […]

Trump and Trudeau’s foreign policy, how do they line up?

January 18, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau are two entirely different leaders.  One is a nationalist and the other a globalist.  One is extremely progressive and the other a populist.  Certainly the differences in domestic and global policy are very noticeable, and it will be interesting to see how the disparities will […]

After Aleppo: the state of Syria

January 17, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

Written by Vijay Prashad: Taken from CounterPunch The Syrian Arab Army now controls Aleppo, which means that the Syrian government once more is in charge of the main population centres in the country. Opposition armed forces are hemmed in around Damascus and in Idlib, while the Islamic State (IS) still […]

Russian hacking diverts from DNC corruption

January 9, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

A recent declassified report released by US intelligence agencies, which include the CIA, FBI and NSA,  assesses Russia’s influence on the US election.  Many claims are made throughout this report, however there is a glaring lack of evidence behind the accusations made. To be fair, the intelligence report mentions that it, […]