UAE’s Security Bubble Is Punctured by Its Role in Yemen War
Missile attacks on the UAE are the result of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed turning the Emirates into an active belligerent in Yemen.
Another U.S.-Trained Soldier Stages a Coup in West Africa
The leader of a coup in Burkina Faso is the latest in a line of U.S.-trained soldiers who overturned civilian leaders.
USAID Contractors Denounce Agency’s Betrayal of Thousands of Afghans Who Carried Out Its Mission
The contractors got scant guidance and sudden reversals from USAID officials as they fielded desperate pleas from their staff on the ground.
Democrats Dicker in Congress as Biden Flirts With Afghan Genocide
While congressional Democrats argue over conditions for relief, some 20 million Afghan people stand to starve.
Starving Afghans Use Crypto to Sidestep U.S. Sanctions, Failing Banks, and the Taliban
NGOs looking to provide emergency aid to Afghanistan are turning to cryptocurrency.