<p id="656"></p>

<wbr id="656"></wbr>

    <samp id="656"></samp>
  1. <p id="656"><thead id="656"><rp id="656"></rp></thead></p>
      <video id="656"></video>

      Latest
      19/12/2018 Article

      America’s Technology and Sanctions War Will End, by Bifurcating the Global Economy

      /

      No comments

      Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation, 18 Dec 2018 “The true reason behind the US-China ‘trade’ war has little to do with actual trade … What

      Continue reading »

      Summary

      Conflicts Forum is a small consultancy that works on geo-political and geo-financial developments as they relate to the Middle East.

      Conflicts Forum's work combines a unique blend of strategic perspective with experienced political know-how. CF acts as a vanguard forum for deep geo-strategic thinking and for making available differing perspectives on sensitive issues, drawn from a wide range of sources. CF aims to 'interpret’ events and political developments, and to set them in geo-strategic and geo-financial contexts.
      Activity

      Latest
      Comments

      Activity

      Twitter

      WATCH: U.S. ambassador to Israel David Friedman takes a 10 pounds hammer and breaks open a tunnel which runs under the Palestinian village of Silwan to the old city of Jerusalem. This happens at a settlers organisation event with Sara Netanyahu and Sheldon Adelson at his side pic.twitter.com/oeju5NIH7M Retweeted by Conflicts Forum

      Here's a fun thing: the Jerusalem Post sources this to "the British newspaper "Independent in Arabic" - the Arabic version of The Independent, published by one of the Saudi royal family's media shops & licensing The Independent's brand twitter.com/mdubowitz/stat… Retweeted by Conflicts Forum

      If only there were some sort of effective multilateral arms-control agreement that imposed strict limits on Iran's ability to enrich uranium twitter.com/i24NEWS_EN/sta… Retweeted by Conflicts Forum

      Recent
      19/12/2018 Article

      What Didn’t Happen at G20 is Far More Important than What Did

      /

      No comments

      Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation, 10 Dec 2018 Sometimes what doesn’t occur tells us much more than what did? — as in Sherlock Holmes’ case

      Continue reading »

      19/12/2018 Article

      Italy, the EU, and the Fall of the Roman Empire

      /

      No comments

      Alastiar Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation, 3 Dec 2018 The EU leadership is trying to contain a crisis that is emerging at increasing speed: This challenge

      Continue reading »

      01/12/2018 Article

      The Khashoggi Effect: Erdogan Inverts the Paradigm, whilst Gulf & Allies Sink in Quagmire

      /

      No comments

      Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation, 26 Nov 2018 It seems that the quartet (US, Israel, UAE and MbS himself, naturally), acting in the cause of

      Continue reading »

      24/11/2018 Article

      The Iranian Albatross the US Has Hung Around Its Own Neck

      /

      No comments

      Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation, 19 Nov 2018 “Mr. Trump, nor anyone else in his administration, has announced any conclusions about how Mr. Khashoggi died,

      Continue reading »

      14/11/2018 Article

      After Midterms, Will Trump Go On Risking World Trade and the Off-Shore Dollar Sphere?

      /

      No comments

      Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation, 12 Nov 2018 The midterms are done.? A ‘blue wave’ did not materialise, but rather, the close result is claimed

      Continue reading »

      09/11/2018 Article

      The Unraveling of the Netanyahu Project for the Middle East

      /

      No comments

      Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation / Zerohedge, 5 Nov 2018 Nahum Barnea, a leading Israeli commentator, writing in?Yedioth Ahronoth?in May (in Hebrew), set out, unambiguously,

      Continue reading »

      23| 125| 24| 95| 18| 35| 21| 50| 67| 34| 46| 114| 4| 119| 127| 56| 84| 34| 39| 125| 70| 115| 24| 37| 33| 71| 65| 44| 107| 78| 63| 109| 120| 39| 43| 91| 118| 10| 94| 53| 58| http://jzjlkm.icu http://myexportmanager.com http://v3vz05.icu http://yzz873.icu http://965xoy4d.tw http://mlanqfo.tw