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Steve Bannon vows to ‘go to war’ for Trump agenda after sacking

Donald Trump's former chief strategist has vowed to go to war against the president's opponents, after being fired from his job at the White House. Steve Bannon, who has returned as head of ultra-conservative website Breitbart News, said he would fight for the agenda that won Mr Trump the election. "I've got

Nigeria’s Ogunlesi ceases to be Trump’s adviser

Nigerian born international CEO, Adebayo Ogunlesi has now ceased to be an adviser to embattled US President Donald Trump. Trump sacked him today along with other distinguished CEOs counselling him via two councils on how to “Make America Great Again”. Trump sacked Ogunlesi on Twitter, when  he announced the dissolution of

Taliban flatters Trump, urges US to pull troops from Afghanistan

The Taliban has called on U.S. President Donald Trump to pull out all forces from Afghanistan as a "responsible" leader of the United States and stop listening to "stooges" in Kabul. In a so-called "open letter" to the American president Tuesday, the Islamist insurgent group asserted that "a number of war

IP Commission backs US over China’s intellectual property practices

Babatunde Opalana   The IP Commission, an independent and bipartisan initiative of the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) has welcomed the decision of the United States to examine China’s intellectual property practice following President Donald Trump’s direction to the U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to determine whether to open an investigation

White Supremacy as Insurgency

To fight back against neo-Nazis, act like a counterinsurgent The size of the neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on Aug. 11-12 is not unprecedented in U.S. history — nor the terrorist attack out of character for white supremacists. However, several trends and new methods of organization have contributed to the

Russia and Iran Challenge US for Middle East Supremacy

By John Ubaldi Contributor, In Homeland Security For decades, the United States was the preeminent power broker in the Middle East. But in the past few years, that role has changed. On August 2, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov met with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Jaberi