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Brian Becker of the ANSWER Coalition on RT's Crosstalk debates the nature of the U.S.-Saudi relationship in the wake of the interim accord between Iran and six world powers.
What motivates the Israeli and French governments to oppose an interim agreement that would require significant concessions by Iran?
Is it possible that after 34 years of unremitting hostility there could be “a comprehensive resolution” in U.S-Iran relations?
The agreement halted, at least temporarily, the threat of a U.S. military attack on Syria. The Obama-Kerry administration agreed to the plan due to opposition at home and abroad.
The U.S. war threat against Syria has not ended. But the particular path to war has required a shift because of resounding domestic and global opposition.
Talking points to counter media and administration lies about Syria.
A reader's guide to pro-war doublespeak.
We reject the concept of the inevitability of this attack.
All power does not rest in the hands of the war makers. The people oppose this next war.
Claims about the recent “chemical massacre” brings to mind suspicions about a false flag operation aimed to set the stage for a foreign military intervention.
Brian Becker speaks on RT on the effort to draw full scale NATO intervention into Syria.