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AFP Photo / Ben Stansall It’s not over: ‘Scots to hold a referendum in future’
The 'no' result in Scotland mostly resulted from fear of the consequences of secession, although the knock-on effect will be considerable for Catalonia, defense analyst Dr. Binoy Kampmark told RT.
AFP Photo / Nicholas Kamm Daniel Ellsberg: US needs another Snowden
The US needs another Edward Snowden, and many more whistleblowers, to inform Congresses what the country is being asked to get into, as America is on a verge of a “large” war in the Middle East, Daniel Ellsberg, former military analyst, told RT
ScanEagle surveillance drone flying into a retrieval wire at Camp Taji, Iraq (AFP Photo / Handout / US Army / Spc. Darriel Swatts) US’s 'Coalition of the Guilty' part of Iraq, Syria problem
The US is creating an alliance to end the pandemonium in Iraq and Syria. What America has assembled is a “coalition of the guilty”, the same players that created the forces menacing Iraq and Syria, and hides America’s role creating the disorder. by Mahdi D. Nazemroaya
Reuters ‘Whatever is offered to Scotland has to be available to Wales too’
The Scottish referendum is a real victory for people power, although the UK establishment was against it. Now Wales needs to ensure that its needs and demands are heard as well, leader of the Party of Wales (Plaid Cymru), Leanne Wood, told RT.
An armed jihadist stands next to the wreckage of a Syrian government forces aircraft which was shot down by militants of the Islamic State (IS) group over the Syrian town of Raqa (AFP Photo / RMC / Str) ​Turkey between rock and a hard place in US fight against ISIS
Turkey, a happy crossroads connecting Islam and Christianity, is heavily embroiled in the military aggression on its southern borders while trying very hard to act appropriately with regard to its NATO allies and EU partners in the West. by Can Erimtan
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond (Reuters / Russell Cheyne) ‘Scotland to get more powers and still be able to blame Westminster for any problems’
With a NO result in the referendum the Scottish people get the best of both worlds, avoiding the mess of breaking up the union and at the same time getting more autonomy, Rob Lyons, columnist for the UK internet magazine Spiked, told RT.
Reuters / Kacper Pempel What does the US gain from paying for Europe’s Security?
Despite the fact that Europe is a very rich continent - the EU’s total GDP is higher than the US - Americans are bankrolling its security. by Bryan MacDonald
Protesters demonstrating against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership TTIP hold up signs in front of a screen showing German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier delivering a speech an election campaign meeting of the German Social Democratic Party for the upcoming European elections in Berlin, on May 19, 2014. (AFP Photo) TTIP: Is the European Commission digging its own grave?
The European Commission’s reputation is abysmal. Technocrats and faceless bureaucrats dominate public perception. Accountability and legitimacy are absent. So why did the Commission reject the latest European Citizens’ Initiative, and dig its own grave? by Mark Bergfeld
AFP Photo ​Enemy or victim? Syria and West in ISIS era
Terror is the product of terror, and the cycle of terror that has engulfed Libya, Syria, and now Iraq could have been averted if but for the lack of statesmanship in Washington. by John Wight
Pro-Union 'No' supporters pose for a picture during a rally in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 16, 2014.(AFP Photo / Ben Stansall ) Blame neoliberalism, not Salmond, if the UK breaks up
If Scotland does decide to leave the UK, we can be sure that the Westminster elite and anti-Scottish media commentators will be ready to blame Alex Salmond, Scotland’s first minister, and his SNP party for the historic break-up. by Neil Clark

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