Tag Archives: U.S. intervention

Noam Chomsky Weighs In On Syria Strike

“[T]hat aggression without UN authorization would be a war crime, a very serious one, is quite clear. . .” By Ryan Grim  Posted: 09/02/2013 5:19 pm EDT  | Updated: 09/02/2013 6:23 pm EDT  Huffington Post Noam Chomsky, United States linguist and political critic, attends a talk July 26 at the press club in Geneva. Chomsky has become well […]

Christine Hong> U.S. versus North Korea: the Hunger Games

“Never in the mainstream US media do you hear that North Korea has asked the United States for a peace treaty more than 100 times.” Excerpted from a talk by Christine Hong WAMM Newsletter  May 2013  WomenAgainst Military Madness.org The US uses South Korea in playing dangerous war games aimed at China. What is the […]

Video> Juan Gonzalez”Harvest of Empire” Connection History US Intervention Latin America Immigration Crisis today

Published on Sep 25, 2012 by Sundrumify DemocracyNow.org – At a time of heated and divisive debate over immigration, the new feature-length documentary, “Harvest of Empire,” examines the direct connection between the long history of U.S. intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today. Based on the groundbreaking book by award-winning journalist and Democracy Now! […]

Steve Breyman> Neocons to the Front: Five Reasons Not to Intervene in Syria Now

Neocons to the Front: Five Reasons Not to Intervene in Syria Now Neoconservative enthusiasm for intervention, perhaps somewhat dimmed by years of death, destruction, and failure in Afghanistan and Iraq, was reinvigorated by the fall of Gaddafi.  By Steve Breyman (about the author)  Oct. 1, 2012  opednews.com Last Friday (9/28), neocon military historian and columnist Max Boot […]

Video> U.S. Led Insurgents Massacre Syrian Civilians

Glenn Greenwald> The value of Tom Friedman

The value of Tom Friedman His status among American elites is the single most potent fact for understanding the nation’s imperial decline BY GLENN GREENWALD    Salon.com WEDNESDAY, JUL 25, 2012 06:51 AM CDT Journalist Thomas Friedman moderates a plenary session on strengthening market-based solutions during the Clinton Global Initiative in New York (Credit: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson) (updated […]