Browsing Category: Geopolitics

U.S. ‘Plan B’ for Syria and the Middle East, and the occupation of a third of Syria’s territory – Analysis

By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, SWEDHR chairman and chief-editor of The Indicter. Update: The newly presented US Defence Department Budget [See Reference 21,  down below] indicates that the US troops in Syria and Iraq, which are now admitted being 5,500, stays also year 2019. Regarding Syria, the Defence Department is asking $ 555 million:  […]

UN ‘Joint Investigative Mechanism’ report on Khan Shaykhun proven inaccurate, politically biased

  By Marcello Ferrada de Noli, professor emeritus. Chair, Swedish Doctors for Human Rights. Editor’s note: This analysis is also found as official document of the UN Security Council, Doc S/2017/1010.  /Dr Lena Oske, editor Introduction Carl von Clausewitz (1780–1831) [1] meant that war is the continuation of politics by other means. Instead in this modern […]

Peace Is A Revolutionary Force

By Nozomi Hayase, Ph.D. Member of The Indicter Editorial Board. “The most disciplined Gandhian project since Gandhi” (J. Assange on Catalonia).   As Trump’s dangerous move on Iran’s nuclear deal and his provocative reaction to North Korea undercut diplomacy, tension is rising for World War III. Discord in the international community has been amplified in conflicts […]

UOSSM admits that doctor reporting alleged Khan Shaykhun ‘aerial attack’ was not qualified to do that

Executive Officer of Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations (UOSSM) in Geneva, organization closely associated with the White Helmets operations in Syria, tells that “missiles from the sky” carried the alleged gas-attack, according to their source. By Professor emeritus Marcello Ferrada de Noli, PhD. Chair, SWEDHR This article reports on unique statements given to SWEDHR […]