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Turkey Invests 2.5 Billion In Missile Defense Systems from Russia

Turkey celebrates the one year anniversary of the failed military coup of 2016 by announcing the purchase of billions of dollars worth of anti-missile defense systems from NATO rival Russia. The deal marks the first military transaction between the two countries since the fall of the Soviet Union in the 90’s, further complicating the relationship with NATO allies in the region.

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UK Courts Uphold Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

Whether it be Yemen or Syria, neither of these Civil Wars could have ever been fought to begin with or continue on to this day without the direct funding of the United States and United Kingdom, whom have each literally made billions of dollars selling bombs, weapons and vehicles for people to kill one another in these countries. Despite lawsuits and objections to this behavior however, Government courts continue to defend their countries War machine.

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How The United States Has Laid The Ground Work for The Middle East’s Next War

In September of 2017, the Kurdish people will hold a referendum vote to separate from Iraq and form their own country. However, the leaders of Iraq and Turkey both say they will refuse to recognize a Kurdish nation state, never-mind seceded territory to them. By continuing to arm, fund and support the Kurds, why is the US continuing to turn its back on a strategic NATO ally and coalition partner, and what does this mean for the future of the Middle East?

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Microsoft, Facebook, YouTube & Twitter Announce Anti-Terrorism Alliance

Earlier this week, 4 of the countries largest tech entities announced a joint venture to ultimately crackdown upon the spread of terrorism through their networks. However, considering that the Islamic State has been known to utilize these services for years in the past, what is suddenly spurning these companies into action in June of 2017? Hint, a recent lawsuit against Google might have something to do with it.