Category Archives: CentCom: Control of the "Greater Middle East"

US Plan for the Middle East: Preparations underway for its announcement

The Trump Administration is getting ready to reveal to the public its plan for the Middle East. Right now the two architects of this plan, Jared Kuschner (see photo) and Jason Greenblat, are preparing several collaborators that have to work on the following issues: the consequences of the plan on the political level and in terms of security; the economic consequences; strategic communication. In Riyadh, King Salman of Saudi Arabia recalled that the Kingdom maintained the positions (...)

The myth of an Arab NATO

The Oval Room of the White House, 20 March 2018: when he receives the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Donald Trump displays a diagram of the forecast US arms sales to Saudi Arabia. According to Reuters, the Pentagon is preparing for a summit to be held on 12 and 13 October to create a Middle East Strategic Alliance, also known by the acronym MESA) . Essentially this would be an alliance of the Gulf Monarchies around Saudi Arabia, plus Egypt and Jordan. The article presents this (...)

The Knesset could officially support the creation of a Kurdistan

The Knesset: The Likud and Israel Beytenou have introduced a draft law to give statutory force to Israel's undertaking to promote the creation of a Kurdish State, in any of the following territories: Turkey, Syria or Iraq. During the Cold War, Israel struck up an alliance with the Iraqi Kurds and promoted Mustafa Barzani to the rank of an official of the Israeli National Intelligence Agency, Mossad. In contrast, Israel fought with the Turkish Kurds, including those that took refuge in (...)

Russia is opposed to a war between Iran and Israël, by Thierry Meyssan

Although for the most part, observers are taking sides in the Russo-US conflict and hoping for the victory of their camp, Moscow is attempting to calm the atmosphere in the Middle East. It is therefore opposed to an attack on Israël by Iran, just as it was opposed to an Israëli operation against Iran in 2008.

Brussels II Conference on ‘Supporting the future of Syria and the region’: co-chairs declaration

1. The Second Brussels Conference on "Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region" took place on 24-25 April 2018. It was hosted by the European Union and co-chaired by the United Nations. 2. One year after Brussels I, and following the previous three pledging conferences in Kuwait as well as the London Conference in 2016, the Conference renewed and strengthened the political, humanitarian and financial commitment of the international community to support the Syrian people, the (...)

Towards a Post-War in the Greater Middle East, by Thierry Meyssan

Contrary to the picture portrayed by Atlanticist propaganda, Thierry Meyssan takes a long-term view of international relations. For him, what we have seen in Syria over the last seven years is not a civil war, but rather a seventeen-year regional war in the greater Middle East. This vast conflict, from which Russia emerges victor over NATO, is gradually giving rise to a new world equilibrium.