US Seeks Arab Help in Effort to Isolate Iran

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is on a tour of Saudi Arabia and Qatar to seek support to isolate Iran in Middle East. His next stop will be Pakistan and India. Copyright Disclaimer: Embed picked from official channel of the [...]

US seeks strategic ties with India to sideline China

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said before a visit to India next week that the Trump administration was working on a “strategic relationship” with India, seeing New Delhi as a counterweight to the growing Chinese. On Wednesday, [...]

Iranian FM Javad Zarif – USA is addicted to sanctions – full interview

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif alleges that USA is addicted to imposing economic sanctions on other nations unilaterally. He was referring to President Trump threats that America is going to scrap the Nuclear deal signed between Iran [...]

After 16 years & trillion dollars America is not winning in Afghanistan

Saturday marks 16 years since the beginning of the US invasion of Afghanistan. In 2001, then-President George W. Bush accused the Afghan government of sheltering the Al-Qaeda leaders who masterminded the 9/11 attacks. That saw the beginning [...]

Rohingya: Hate speech, lies and media misinformation

On The Listening Post this week: behind the Rohingya crisis, a vicious media campaign has steadily intensified the pressure on an embattled people. Plus, the media black hole in Sinai, Egypt. Rohingya: Hate speech, lies and media misinformation [...]
Charlie Rose with Javad Zarif

Interview of Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif

Charlie Rose spoke to Iranian Forieng Miniser Javad Zarif about American approach towards Iran and counter terrorism. Copyright disclaimer: The embed was picked from All copyrights belong to Charlie Rose and his successors. [...]

Sen. Susan Collins raise questions about US-Russia talks & Kushner security clearance

Just as Mitch McConnell announced he is pushing back the health care vote, Sen. Susan Collins joins Jake Tapper for an interview on State of the Union. Copyright Disclaimer: This video embed is sourced from Dailymotion Official page of the [...]

Did Saudi Arabia miscalculated its feud with Qatar? An upfront analysis

There appears to be no sign of resolution to the standoff that began on June 5. The Saudi-led coalition accuses Qatar of regional meddling, citing this as the source of the diplomatic rift. Qatar, however, claims the blockade is an effort to [...]

What will more sanctions mean for North Koreans? – Inside Story

North Korea’s latest missile launch has once again attracted strong condemnation. The US is seeking to impose more sanctions at the UN while warning of a possible military action against Pyongyang. It says the time for diplomacy is running [...]

Long-term US anti-Iran agenda begins with destabilizing Syria

Two Russian Navy frigates and a submarine have fired six Kalibr cruise missiles on Islamic State targets in Syria, the Defense Ministry said. Militants who survived the attack were later killed in airstrikes. RT asked award-winning journalist [...]

Are the US and Russia headed for a conflict in Syria? – An inside story

Russia warns the US and its allies it will shoot down any aircraft flying west of the Euphrates river. It’s a new red line and this time in the form of a river. Russia says it will shoot down any aircraft that flies west of the Euphrates [...]

Afghan families lose hope after terror attack kills their breadwinners

Many Afghan families lost their breadwinners in Kabul terror attack which killed over 150 people on May 31. US experts have expressed concerns that increasing troops number by 4000 will not break the stalemate between Afghan government and [...]

Hollywood Director Oliver Stone talks about his interview of Russian President Putin

Famous Hollywood director Oliver Stone travelled to Russia to interview President Putin for USA cable channel SHowtime. He talks to Charlie Rose about his observations about President Putin. Copyright Disclaimer: Embed picked from [...]

Can diplomacy solve the crisis in the Gulf? – Inside Story

It’s been a week since one of the worst diplomatic disputes in the Gulf region began. And there have been developments almost every hour. The Qatari foreign minister has been on a diplomatic tour in Europe. He was in London earlier on [...]

What’s driving the ISIL attacks?

In this week’s UpFront, political science professor Gilles Kepel weighs in on ISIL attacks and what he calls “third-generation jihadism”. And in the Arena, we debate whether Myanmar’s de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, [...]