Author Archives: Scott Ritter
There’s a good reason the presidential hopeful met with Assad, but the media doesn’t want to talk about it.
Armed with pen and clip board, our author was one of the first INF inspectors on the ground in Soviet Russia in 1988.
He said he could destroy Afghanistan but was signaling elsewhere. The scary part is there’s already a plan.
U.S. sanctions have created a tinderbox as shown by recent UK-Iranian tanker clashes. All this needs is a spark.
The two countries are on a collision course set by a bad nuke deal and even worse moves by the president.
Disturbing new evidence suggests 2018 incident might’ve been staged, putting everything else, including U.S. retaliation, into question.
To get a sense of why Putin meddled in our elections one need go no further than the Obama administration’s hijinks.
Recently dispatched B-52s and ships are an act of theatrical bravado that ignore the real threat.
Some 18 million barrels of oil transit through every day. The economic impact would be catastrophic.
After a destabilizing move by Trump, it’s no longer a question of if U.S. forces will die but when.
The former Bush mouthpiece had more to do personally with the Iraq WMD catastrophe than he wants us to believe.
What facts? Breaking down the evidence behind Moscow’s cruise missile “violation.”
Their leadership got Iraq wrong. Now they’re making the same mistakes all over again.
This week’s fatal attack was a calculated event designed to sow chaos amid American withdrawal. And the Blob is responding predictably.
One need only look at North Korea and Iraq to see that the new oil embargo on Iran will fail too.
Of course he’s not the first president the arch hawk has convinced to ditch a nuke treaty.
But is the U.S. now allowing its last remnants to survive in Syria to spite Tehran?
Washington’s mistake of arming the Mujahedeen against the Russians 40 years ago gave us the Taliban. We’re doing it again.
Officials still can’t confirm there was a gas attack in April. So on what grounds do they predict a new one?
Putin twice invoked an obscure 1999 treaty with the U.S. that could obligate his cooperation in such investigations.← Older posts
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