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Iran joining EAEU can speed up de-dollarization: Commentator
Political commentator Eric Walberg says Iran joining the Eurasian Economic Union is a huge step in the process of de-dollarization.
Saudi involvement conceivable in Nigeria crackdown: Commentator
A London-based Muslim rights campaigner tells Press TV that it is only logical to perceive a Saudi role in Nigeria’s deadly crackdown on the followers of Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky.
Saudi Arabia involved in Sudan’s unrest: Commentator
A Sudan affairs expert tells Press TV’s The Debate program that Saudi Arabia is intentionally preventing the formation of a democratic government in Sudan to manipulate the status quo in the African country in its own favor.
Nigeria has no intention to release top cleric, says commentator
Political commentator Seyed Abdullah Hoseini says the circumstances surrounding the detention of Sheikh Zakzaky indicate Nigerian authorities have no intention to release the Muslim cleric.
US aims to ease conflict with Iran: Commentator
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's recent announcement is an effort to ease rising tensions that have sparked fears of a conflict, American author and political commentator Keith Preston says.
UN adopting a more even-handed approach on Syria: Commentator
The United Nations is adopting a more “even-handed approach” on Syria, says a political commentator, adding that the course of events is turning in favor of Damascus not only on the battlefield but also in the diplomatic arena.
US acting as judge, executioner toward other countries: Commentator
US airstrikes in Somalia are “unlawful,” says a political commentator, adding that Washington has no policy other than killing people.
United States biggest source of environmental pollution: Commentator
The United States is the biggest source of environmental pollution in the world, says a commentator, adding that it is not possible to combat climate change unless there is a global effort.
NATO’s accusations against Russia ludicrous: Author
NATO is moving troops into Estonia, Latvia, Poland all along the Russian border and yet it keeps claiming that Russia is being provocative, which is an absurd accusation, says a commentator.
Saudi Arabia helpless in facing Yemenis' steadfastness: Commentator
A commentator believes the United States’ secret deployment of a team of elite commandos to the Yemeni border to help the Saudi military in battles against the Houthi Ansarullah movement shows Riyadh’s “helplessness” in facing the Yemenis' “steadfastness” in confronting the years-long war on the impoverished Arab nation.
Qatar right about Hamas being legitimate resistance group: Commentator
Max Igan, a radio host and political commentator, believes the Qatari foreign minister's comments about Hamas being a “legitimate resistance movement” not a terror outfit are completely right, reasoning that the organization is resisting Israel’s policy of ethnic cleansing against Palestinians.
Morocco uprising in line with West’s interests: Commentator
A political analyst says the overthrow of the Moroccan government through "the expansion of the Muslim Brotherhood" serves the West's interests.
McCain, part of US oligarchy that thrives on war: Commentator
Hawkish US Republican Senator John McCain has once again accused Moscow of waging a war against the United States. He says Russia’s alleged cyberattacks against US political organizations to influence the 2016 presidential election amount to an “act of war.”
Aleppo liberation to tilt balance of war in Syria army's favor: Commentator
Syrian forces are on the brink of winning eastern Aleppo. Almost half of the region has already been freed from the clutch of terrorists and is under the army’s control. Many observers believe that terrorist outfits will be reined in once eastern Aleppo is reclaimed completely, unless the US and its regional allies want to continue their incendiary measures. In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has spoken to James Jatras, a former US Senate foreign policy analyst from Washington, and Jim Walsh, with MIT's Security Studies Program from Boston, to revisit the Syrian army’s latest advancements in Aleppo and see how this might change Washington's approach.
Daesh uses CWs supplied by West to contain Mosul battle: Commentator
The Daesh Takfiri terrorists have fired mortars containing chemical agents against civilian areas south of the Iraqi city of Mosul. The attack comes days after New York-based Human Rights Watch warned against the use of toxic chemicals by Daesh in areas near Mosul in an attempt to keep its last stronghold in the war-torn country as Iraqi forces press ahead with a large-scale operation to liberate the northern city.

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