Category U.S. Foreign Policy
If Russia’s actions are to be considered “aggression” or an “invasion”, one must find a whole new word to describe what the United States did to Iraq in 2003.
Price: I know no reason to trust the CIA and other intelligence agencies any more than we trust Trump.
Hersh denounced news organizations as “crazy town” for their uncritical promotion…
Glenn Greenwald | Obama Killed a 16-Year-Old American in Yemen. Trump Just Killed His 8-Year-Old Sister.
A hideous symbol of the bipartisan continuity of U.S. barbarism…
A longish video that is well worth listening to/watching.
The purposes of the declassified report…offers no evidence of hacking…
Here is a rundown of U.S. foreign policy in 2016. Marjorie Cohn, Huffington Post 12/30/2016 | One of the most alarming developments in U.S. foreign policy in 2016 was the ratcheting up of the new iteration of the Cold War. Looking back at U.S. foreign policy in this last year of Barack Obama’s presidential tenure, […]
Political Insanity prevails. And insanity could potentially unleash World War III.
“WashPost Is Richly Rewarded for False News About Russia Threat While Public Is Deceived.”
On 2 December 2016, the United States Congress voted a law forbidding all military co-operation between Washington and Moscow. In the space of a few years, NATO has re-activated MacCarthyism.
Giroux discusses torture, militarisation, surveillance, racism, education and austerity … and draws the links to the military-industrial-academic complex.
A single water pump serves all 700 families, and the water isn’t even potable.
The U.S. delegation was also granted a two-hour meeting with President Bashar al-Assad.
DN! Video | Slaughter or Liberation? A Debate on Russia’s Role in the Syrian War & the Fall of Aleppo
Russia described the fall of Aleppo as a victory against terrorists and jihadists, but the United States has decried the Russian-backed offensive…
The refrain of Russian attribution has been repeated so regularly and so emphatically that it’s become easy to forget that no one has ever truly proven the claim.