Browsing Category: September 2018 issue

The Iranians are in Syria legally, while U.S. occupation troops are there illegally

– On Russia’s decision to deliver S-300 air defense system to Syria   Editor’s Note: Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, our editor-in-chief, was interviewed by Sputnik International 25 Sept 2018. Here below some edited excerpts. The original interview was published by Sputnik International, headed “S-300 Deliveries May Help Deter Any Power to Strike Syria – […]

What the Skripal case has to do with the war on Syria?

  Skripal-case allegations aimed to legitimate bombing of Syrian forces By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chief-editor, The Indicter Magazine.   U.K., the U.S. and France are now, again, using the Skripal case in the context of their illegal intervention in the Syria conflict I wish to recall that the bombing of (Russia-backed) Syria perpetrated […]

Who ordered, and Why, the assassination of the Donetsk Republic leader Alexander Zakharchenko?

“Political scientist Vadim Karasev explains why the murder of  the DPR leader is beneficial to Kiev” Commenting the terrorist attack which assassinated the leader of the Democratic Republic of Donetsk Alexander Zakharchenko, the Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin [phoyo at right], recently declared: “We always expect provocations from Russia, knowing that terrorists could […]

A Critical Analysis on the Reporting of Chemical Weapons in Syria

. False Flags, Media Hype, and Botched UN Inspections .By Subrata Ghoshroy,,  Research Affiliate, Program in Science, Technology, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Visiting Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. There are perhaps two things that most Americans remember from the ill-fated invasion of Iraq in 2003: President George Bush’s “Mission Accomplished” speech […]