Paul Antonopoulos

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(journalist)
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NationalityAustralian
Alma materWestern Sydney University
Member ofCenter for Syncretic Studies, Fort Russ
Australian journalist concentrating on geopolitics.

Paul Antonopoulos is an Australian journalist. He has lectured at several international conferences and regularly appears on television, including PressTV, RT and Indus News, as well as radio in Russia and the United States.[1]

Activities

He is the Project Director and a Research Fellow on MENA and Latin America Studies at the Center for Syncretic Studies.[2][3] He is serving as Editor of the Journal for Syncretic Studies and for Fort Russ News while also being the Brazilian liaison for the Center.

He has an MA in International Relations from Western Sydney University [4] and is the co-author of Syria: The Hegemonic Flashpoint between Iran and Saudi Arabia.

In 2017, the pro-Syrian site Al-Masdar suspended editor Antonopoulos after he was shown to be active "10 years ago" on Nazi site StormFront.[5][6]

Resources


 

A Document by Paul Antonopoulos

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Another Chemical Weapon False Flag on the Eve of Peace Talks in Brusselsarticle4 April 2017False flag
Al-Qaeda
Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack
White Helmets
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
The Khan Sheikoun gas attack in Idlib province, like that in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta in 2013, can be a very useful means of propaganda


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