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The “Low-yield” Nuclear Warhead: A Dangerous Weapon Based on Bad Strategic Thinking By Andrew Facini, February 10 2020

In the unintuitive world of nuclear weapons strategy, it’s often difficult to identify which decisions can serve to decrease the risk of a devastating nuclear conflict and which might instead increase it. Such complexity stems from the very foundation of

Hassan Diab Files Civil Claim Regarding His Extradition By Hassan Diab Support Committee, February 10 2020

On Friday February 7, Hassan Diab’s civil lawyer filed a statement of claim in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice regarding Hassan’s extradition in 2014. At a press conference that day, Hassan stated:

“Since my release in 2018, we have

The Truth About Julian Assange By Nils Melzer, February 10 2020

A made-up rape allegation and fabricated evidence in Sweden, pressure from the UK not to drop the case, a biased judge, detention in a maximum security prison, psychological torture – and soon extradition to the U.S., where he could face

World War III’s Newest Battlefield: U.S. Troops Head for the Far North By Michael T. Klare, February 10 2020

In early March, an estimated 7,500 American combat troops will travel to Norway to join thousands of soldiers from other NATO countries in a massive mock battle with imagined invading forces from Russia. In this futuristic simulated engagement — it

Being a Democrat—Ugh By Barbara Nimri Aziz, February 10 2020

 Notwithstanding the impotent Senate Minority. Not those ill-fated bills championed as victories by House Democrats only to be spurned by the upper chamber; not smug, elitist party fundraisers; not funding strategists and millionaire celebrity donors; not even bumbling Iowa Democratic

Chinese Slams “Racist” Reports by German Media over Coronavirus By Telesur, February 10 2020

“Epidemic outbreaks must not be used as an excuse for discrimination and xenophobia, and press freedom must not become a reason for creating a racist opinion in German society,” said the Chinese embassy in Germany in a statement.

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Brazilian Government Wants to Destroy the Culture of Native Peoples By Lucas Leiroz de Almeida, February 10 2020

Recently, Brazilian government appointed Ricardo Lopes Dias to the position of coordinator of isolated peoples at the National Indian Foundation (Fundação Nacional do Índio – FUNAI). The act was made possible by a small but substantial change in the Foundation’s

Menace on the Menu in Post-EU Britain By Colin Todhunter, February 10 2020

Environmentalist Dr Rosemary Mason has just written the report ‘Bayer Crop Science rules Britain after Brexit – the public and the press are being poisoned by pesticides’. It has been sent to editors of major media outlets in

The Bad Blood of Brexit Coursing Through Our Veins By True Publica, February 10 2020

Brexit is not just tearing the union apart, it is further souring an already strained relationship with both the European Union and with America. The economy has flatlined, inward investment has collapsed and the government are now so desperate that

Deported to Death: US Sent 138 Salvadorans Home to be Killed By Prof. Mneesha Gellman, February 10 2020

At least 138 people deported from the United States to El Salvador since 2013 have been killed, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch, which investigates human rights abuses worldwide.

The 117-page report also says researchers identified at …

Gas Wars in the Mediterranean By Mike Whitney, February 10 2020

The unexpected alliance between Turkey and Libya is a geopolitical earthquake that changes the balance of power in the eastern Mediterranean and across the Middle East. Turkey’s audacious move has enraged its rivals in the region and cleared the way

From Nuremberg to Gaza – Can Netanyahu Be Prosecuted For War Crimes? By Inder Comar, February 10 2020

First published by Global Research on September 8, 2015

In fact, the ICC has attempted to exercise such jurisdiction in at least two other occasions: both Omar al-Bashir of Sudan and Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, sitting heads of state, have …

Israel Charged with War Crimes and Genocide. Complete 2013 Judgment of the Kuala Lumpur Tribunal By Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, February 10 2020
The Tribunal deplores the failure of international institutions to punish the State of Israel for its crimes and its total lack of respect of International Law and the institutions of the United Nations.
Glyphosate and Roundup Proven to Disrupt Gut Microbiome by Inhibiting Shikimate Pathway By GMWatch, February 09 2020

First published and posted in GR in December 2019

Fatty liver disease and death of liver tissue were also confirmed in rats fed regulatory permitted and thus presumed safe doses of the weedkiller

The primary mechanism of how glyphosate herbicides …

Video: The U.S. Attempted 2018 Coup against Nicaragua By Daniel Kovalik, February 09 2020

Watch this full length documentary by Dan Kovalik

Daniel Kovalik is an American lawyer and Human Rights advocate who’s followed Nicaragua’s politics for the last four decades.

20 months after what was called the “April Crisis” he goes to Nicaragua …

The United States: A “Destroyer Of Nations” By Daniel Kovalik, February 09 2020

First published by Counterpunch and Global Research in October 2016

In the aftermath of the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 – an invasion which many Iraqis believe left their country in the worst condition it has been since

Fish All Gone! Gulf of Alaska Fishery to Close for the First Time Ever: No More Cod: Salmon All but Gone: Millions of Small Sea Birds Died Since 2015 By The Big Wobble, February 09 2020

First posted on Global Research in December 2019

November 2019, thousands of short-tailed shearwaters birds migrating from Alaska were washing up dead on Sydney’s iconic beaches.

Extremely low cod numbers have lead feds to close the Gulf of Alaska fishery …

The Real Reason America Used Nuclear Weapons Against Japan. It Was Not To End the War Or Save Lives. By Washington's Blog, February 09 2020
Like all Americans, I was taught that the U.S. dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in order to end WWII and save both American and Japanese lives. But most of the top American military officials at the time said otherwise.
Video: What Did Malcolm X Really Think about the Democratic Party? By Timothy Alexander Guzman, February 09 2020

First published by Global Research in February 2017

“I’ll have those n*ggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years” –U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson to two governors on Air Force One according to Ronald Kessler’s “Inside the White House”…

Politics and Corruption at the World Health Organization (WHO) By Pascal Sacré, February 09 2020

This article, translated from French, was written prior to Wuhan Coronavirus epidemic outbreak

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The WHO [OMS in French] is the World Health Organisation. ‘WHO’ in English – and that’s much more appropriate. WHO: who is it really?

Would the

The Traffic Hierarchy with “Cars at the Top” By Planka, February 09 2020

Mobility and class are deeply entangled. Not only because one’s potential for mobility often has to do with one’s economic position, but also because a society built on today’s mobility paradigm – automobility – directly contributes to growing economic and

China – Western China Bashing – vs. Western Biowarfare? By Peter Koenig, February 09 2020

On 29 January WHO Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said that there was no reason to declare the outbreak of the coronavirus 2019-nCoV in China a pandemic risk. On 30 January, he declared the virus an international emergency, but

Bankers Shape Canadian Policy in Latin America. Juan Guaidó Fêted in Ottawa By Yves Engler, February 09 2020

What’s more likely to shape Canadian policy in the Hemisphere: human rights and democracy or bankers’ bottom-line?

Last week Venezuelan politician Juan Guaidó was fêted in Ottawa. The self-declared president met Canada’s Prime Minister, international development minister and foreign minister.

A Review of an Old Friend’s Biography. Memoirs of Huge Keenleyside 1898 – 1992 By Bryant Brown, February 09 2020

I didn’t know him well, but in the 1970’s Hugh Keenleyside and I spent some time together.

That came about because in the late 1960’s fund raising walks for international causes had become all the rage! Oxfam, the English charity

No New Nuclear By Radiation Free Lakeland, February 09 2020

Climate activists across the world are uniting to protect the planet from continuing fossil fuel use.  There is much talk of a green industrial revolution and a Green New Deal. This sounds good, but what does it mean? 

Kevin Frea

By What Right Does Canada and Its Gendarmerie Invade Wet’suwet’en Territory? By Kim Petersen, February 09 2020

In the nineteenth century, Gilbert Sproat, a colonial official, wrote an account of his time among the Nuu Chah Nulth people on the west coast of Vancouver Island. He noted that the original inhabitants have “known every inch of

South Africa’s Government’s Firm Stance against “Israeli Apartheid” By BDS South Africa, February 09 2020

South African civil society will be holding a pre State of the Nation (SONA) Palestine solidarity picket in support of the South African government’s firm stance against Israeli Apartheid and in protest against US President Donald Trump’s recent Apartheid

Rosa Luxemburg and Debt as an Imperialist Instrument By Eric Toussaint, February 09 2020

In her book titled The Accumulation of Capital, [1] published in 1913, Rosa Luxemburg [2] devoted an entire chapter to international loans [3] in order to show how the great capitalist powers of the time used the credits granted by

Three Extraordinary Australian Journalists: Burchett, Pilger and Assange By Rick Sterling, February 09 2020

Australia has produced extraordinary journalists across three generations: Wilfred Burchett (deceased in 1983), John Pilger (80 years old but still active) and Julian Assange (48 years old, currently in London’s Belmarsh prison).

Each of these journalists made unique contributions to …

Mexico’s President AMLO Shows How It’s Done By Ellen Brown, February 09 2020

While U.S. advocates and local politicians struggle to get their first public banks chartered, Mexico’s new president has begun construction on 2,700 branches of a government-owned bank to be completed in 2021, when it will be the largest bank in

NATO Allies Hold Emergency UN Security Council Meeting to “Save Al-Qaeda” in Idlib By Miri Wood, February 09 2020

The NATO allies of the UNSC held another emergency meeting to wail loud crocodile tears for the terrorists occupying Idlib who are actually on the UN’s terror list, and on the terror lists of the countries of the NATO tripartite

UK Foreign Secretary Condemns Any Forced Annexation of the West Bank but Home Secretary Said to Approve of Such Illegal Land Grab By Hans Stehling, February 09 2020

The British Home Secretary supports an Israeli illegal forced annexation of the Occupied Palestinian West Bank whilst the Foreign Secretary is adamant that the UK will never support  illegal land grabs of either East Jerusalem or the West Bank.

Whose …

German TV Exposes the Lies that Entrapped Julian Assange By Ray McGovern, February 09 2020

Truth has broken through for those confused about how a publisher ended up in a maximum security prison in London with a one-way extradition ticket to court in the U.S. and the rest of his life behind bars.

One of …

Iran Attack on Two US Bases, The “Evil Empire” Strikes Back. The Casualties? By Larry Romanoff, February 09 2020
The White House was tight-lipped about Iran's almost immediate retaliatory missile attack on two US bases in Iraq. That story is unwinding to indicate something very different, with various media reporting multiple casualties, and statements from US Central Command contradicting Trump's statements.
Why Nancy Pelosi is “A National Disgrace” By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, February 07 2020

Nancy Pelosi tears up Trump’s State of the Union Address.

“I thought it was a terrible thing,” said Trump. “It’s illegal what she did. She broke the law.”

On one thing I agree with Donald Trump:

Speaker of the House

How the World Ends. Personal Reflections On “The Situation Everyone is In” By John Stanton, February 07 2020

I’m writing this letter to myself. I need to talk to someone, even it is only myself. I need to believe that what happened to us was real.

All that I know of the past was learned by word-of-mouth histories

Who is Behind “Fake News”? Mainstream Media Use Fake Videos and Images By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, February 07 2020
The mainstream corporate media is desperate. They want to suppress independent and alternative online media, which they categorize as "fake news". Readers on social media are warned not to go onto certain sites. Our analysis confirms that the mainstream media are routinely involved in distorting the facts and turning realities upside down.
Expansion of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Tehran Wants to Build “the Golden Ring” By Andrew Korybko, February 07 2020

BRI-led Eurasian integration processes are one of the defining characteristics of contemporary International Relations, and the Golden Ring could eventually become the centerpiece of these efforts if Ambassador Hosseini’s W-CPEC+ proposal succeeds, especially if it’s done in parallel with N-CPEC+.

J31 “Fare Strike” Protest at New York’s Grand Central Station By Coery Eiesbnreg, February 07 2020

Just a few hours before the J31 Fare Strike convened at Grand Central Station, I had the opportunity to speak with Mayor de Blasio as a call-in to the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC. I alerted the Mayor to the

Break-up of Astana Partnership Was Inevitable. The Turkey-Russia Relation in Jeopardy? By Michael Jansen, February 07 2020

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ordered his forces to strike Syrian army positions in retaliation for targeting a Turkish military convoy bound for the Saraqeb in Syria’s north-western Idlib province. His forces obeyed on Monday and allegedly struck a

Venezuela “Embassy Protectors” Will Not be Able to Tell Jury that Coup Leader Juan Guaido Is “Not President”, or Mention International Law By Ajamu Baraka and Bahman Azad, February 07 2020

On February 4, Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell issued a ruling on what the jurors will be allowed to be told in the trial of the Embassy Protectors scheduled to begin on February 11. She granted most of the government’s

Video: “The Deal of the Century”, Palestine and International Law: UN Special Rapporteur Michael Lynk By Michael Lynk and Michael Welch, February 07 2020

Michael Welch’s GRTV  feature interview with UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights in occupied Palestine, Prof. Michael Lynk.

The plan will take us backward. It violates international law.

It is an unilateral arrangement between Israel and the

Assange’s Case Represents ‘Failure of Western Law’ – Says UN’s Nils Melzer By Johanna Ross, February 07 2020

An interview was recently given by UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Nils Melzer, to Republik on Julian Assange.  The headline reads “A murderous system is being created before our very eyes”. During the interview, Melzer details just why

Democrats Seek to Suppress Sanders Victory in Iowa By Patrick Martin, February 07 2020

The effort by the Democratic Party establishment to conceal or suppress reports of Senator Bernie Sanders’ victory in the Iowa caucuses reached a new stage Thursday with Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez calling on the Iowa Democratic Party to

CBP Lied About Iranian-American Detentions, Leaked Memo Suggests By Scarlet Kim and Hugh Handeyside, February 07 2020

Last month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection adamantly denied that it was detaining U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents of Iranian descent and interrogating them about their religion and political views. The agency also assured the public that it had

Trump’s Final Plan to Open Treasured Public Lands in Utah Called ‘Sellout’ to Big Oil By Jessica Corbett, February 07 2020

The administration’s new managment plans “are the latest in a series of insults… that began when Trump illegally dismantled Bears Ears and Grand Staircase at the behest of corporate interests two years ago.”

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Tribal and conservation groups on Thursday …

It’s Farmer v. Monsanto in Court Fight over Dicamba Herbicide By Carey Gillam, February 07 2020

A showdown is underway in the Midwest as the owner of a large Missouri peach farm seeks to hold the former Monsanto Co. accountable for millions of dollars in damage to his crops—losses the farmer claims resulted from a corporate

Iraq Is on the Brink of an Energy Crisis By Simon Watkins, February 07 2020

As the deadline for the U.S. to renew its waiver on Iraq importing gas and electricity from Iran approaches later this month, the three key players in this ongoing geopolitical saga have been preparing for all possible outcomes. As always

Failed Prosecutions: Donald Trump Survives the Senate By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, February 07 2020

Never undertake a prosecution unless you have good grounds, and prospects, for a solid conviction.  In the case against President Donald Trump, there was never a serious prospect that the Senate would cool sufficiently to give the Democrats the

Italy and the Changing – But Not Waiting – World By Maurizio Vezzosi, February 07 2020

Recently the French President, Mr. Emmanuel Macron, admitted that NATO should be considered cerebrally dead. Such a statement, although influenced by the search for domestic consent, certainly reflects a deep impatience with European and Atlantic limitations by French intellectuals

World Conquest: The United States’ Global Military Crusade (1945- ) By Eric Waddell, February 07 2020
The first period was characterized by US military intervention in Europe, the second by a concern to confine the Communist bloc and to prevent the emergence of pro-communist regimes elsewhere in the world, and the third, focused on gaining control over the former Soviet republics and the oil-rich Middle East.
Neocolonialism and Geopolitical Rivalry in Sri Lanka By Asoka Bandarage, February 07 2020

Sri Lanka’s historical narrative has been defined by geopolitical rivalry, external aggression and internal resistance to that aggression. The early historical era experienced successive waves of invasion from South Indian kingdoms. These were followed by European conquest and consecutive rule

Just a Little Sloppy Record-Keeping? The Pentagon’s $35 Trillion ‘Accounting Black Hole’ By Zero Hedge, February 07 2020

Over the past two weeks of coronavirus headlines and heightened global anxiety, along with impeachment coverage and after over the Super Bowl weekend Americans huddled in living rooms in blissful oblivion, a story which in more normal times would be

Biological Weapons: A Useful and Timely Factual Overview By Larry Romanoff, February 07 2020
A US Army operating manual from 1956 stated explicitly that biological and chemical warfare were an integral operating portion of US military strategy, were not restricted in any way, and that Congress had given the military "First Strike" authority on their use.
Election Politics: From Chaos to an Emerging Political Consciousness? By Renee Parsons, February 07 2020

The disintegration of Iowa’s Democratic caucus before the nation’s disbelieving eyes could not be a better metaphor for what some are calling the Evolutionary Shift of the Ages. In a nutshell, a shift in the nature of reality is underway

Syria and Turkey Face War as Syrian Arab Army Poised to Take Idlib By Steven Sahiounie, February 07 2020

Tensions between Damascus and Ankara have never been higher over the past nine years. Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan threatened on February 5, to declare war on Syria if the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) does not withdraw from the territory liberated

Canada, Palestine and the ‘Deal of the Century’: Four Statements By Canada Palestine Association, Independent Jewish Voices, CJPME, and Canada Talks Israel Palestine, February 07 2020

Reject Trump’s Plan: Exist, Resist, Return

by Canada Palestine Association

The Trump Administration has just unveiled the details of its “Deal Of The Century.” This plan includes, but is not limited to:

  • Giving legitimacy to illegal Israeli settlements in Palestine.
Genetically Modified Bt Cotton: Cultivating Farmer Distress in India By Colin Todhunter, February 07 2020

Later this month, India’s Supreme Court will hold a lengthy hearing on the commercialisation of genetically modified (GM) mustard, which would be the country’s first GM food crop. The court has asked the chair of the Technical Expert Committee to

China, Iran and North Korea Are Almost Encircled by 500 US Military Bases By Shane Quinn, February 07 2020
China is ringed by at least 400 of these bases stretching from northern Australia, up through the Pacific, across eastern and central Asia. This encirclement of China involving warships, submarines and bombers, was implemented by president Obama following his announcement in late 2011 of a “pivot” towards Asia.
America Down the Rabbit Hole. Have We Landed in The Place of Silliness and Nonsense? By Philip A Farruggio, February 06 2020

In Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, Alice chases the white rabbit and falls down the well into a world of silliness and nonsense. Not so for our dear Amerika and us working stiffs. The world that we have found ourselves

Russia-Belarus Relations: ‘The Moment of Truth’ Has Arrived. Belarus Drifting Westward? By Andrew Korybko, February 06 2020

Belarusian President Lukashenko’s dramatic declaration that “the moment of truth has come” for bilateral relations ahead of his meeting with his Russian counterpart on Friday raises all sorts of questions about the future of their ties, though nobody should be

Syrian Army’s Offensive in Idlib Deepens Rift Between Russia and Turkey By Paul Antonopoulos, February 06 2020

Major strains are appearing in Russian-Turkish relations, particularly over the Syrian Army’s latest offensive against Turkish-backed jihadists in Idlib and Russia’s non-agreeance with Turkey’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood government based in the Libyan capital of Tripoli. Last week Turkish

Why Both Republicans and Democrats Want Russia to Become the Enemy of Choice By Philip Giraldi, February 06 2020

One of the more interesting aspects of the nauseating impeachment trial in the Senate was the repeated vilification of Russia and its President Vladimir Putin. To hate Russia has become dogma on both sides of the political aisle, in

Video: Syrian Army Advance in Idlib Province. Netanyahu and Erdogan to the Rescue of Al Qaeda By South Front, February 06 2020

In Greater Idlib the defences of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and other favorites of the foreign powers supporting ‘Syrian democracy’ are collapsing.

On February 5, the Syrian Army, supported by Russian airpower, took control of a number of villages in southeastern …

Trump’s State of the Union Address: Half MAGA Rally, Half Resistance Protest, Full-on Reality TV Drama By Sarah Abed, February 06 2020

Tuesday’s State of the Union dubbed “the launching of the great American comeback” came just a day after the Iowa caucuses in the 2020 presidential election and a day before Trump was acquitted of both articles of impeachment by the

The ‘Deal of the Century’: Revealed and Reviled By Hasan Abu Nimah, February 06 2020

Last week, on January 28, US President Donald Trump officially revealed his long-awaited ‘“Deal of the Century”: The plan for resolving the century-old Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Except for some additional details, the lengthy document did not add much to what

Interview: Trump’s Nuclear Insecurities and Other Secrets from the Author of “The Bomb” By Fred Kaplan and Dawn Stover, February 06 2020

In this interview, Bulletin contributing editor Dawn Stover speaks with Fred Kaplan about his just-published book, The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War (Simon & Schuster). Kaplan is a national-security columnist for Slate and the author

‘All Journalists at Risk’ if Assange Handed to US Jailers By Ben Chacko, February 06 2020

All journalists will be at risk if Julian Assange is extradited to the US and jailed for publishing classified information, a packed debate at London’s Frontline Club heard today.

Mr Assange faces up to 175 years behind bars if convicted …

Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) Lawyers Question Legality of Saudi Arms Ship Due to Dock in UK By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, February 06 2020

Lawyers from Leigh Day, representing Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), have written to the Government Legal Department seeking clarification as to the licence under which a Saudi vessel will be allowed to enter and subsequently leave the UK following its

Let’s Move the Goalposts. The US-China Confrontation By Larry Romanoff, February 06 2020

The prospect of ‘moving the goalposts’ is a peculiarly American strategy to ensure that America will always win. To accomplish this, one either moves the goalposts in position to receive the ball regardless of how badly-aimed it might be, or

The Shambles of English Votes for English Laws By Mike Small, February 06 2020

The idea of Scotland as a valued member of a Union based on consensus is in tatters. The idea of a parliament representing the whole of the United Kingdom is no longer credible. In a week in which Westminster democracy

Draft UN Resolution Condemns Trump Middle East ‘Peace’ Plan By Telesur, February 06 2020

A draft United Nations Security Council resolution rebuked Tuesday President Donald Trump’s pro-Israel peace proposal and condemned Israeli plan to annex its illegal settlements in Palestinian territories.

Tunisia and Indonesia circulated the draft text to council members. Though it …

An American Drama: Republican Senators Sabotaged Donald Trump’s Impeachment Trial By Prof Rodrigue Tremblay, February 06 2020

The die is cast. —History will record that Republican senators in the U.S. Senate used their majority to sabotage the impeachment trial of Donald Trump and, in so doing, de facto exonerated him of abuse of power and of obstruction

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and “Predictive Justice” in Our Courts By Dr. Jaspal Kaur Sadhu Singh, February 06 2020

Malcolm Gladwell in his book, Talking to Strangers, wrote of the difficulty faced by a judge whether to allow bail to an accused. Gladwell, in essence, highlights that being human, there is a propensity for judges to make a

Triumphal Divisions: Trump’s State of the Union Address By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, February 06 2020

In this year of the presidential elections, President Donald J. Trump shows little sign of cowering. It had been some time in coming, but here was a businessman talking to a Congress long in the pocket of business, a seemingly

“Defender Europe 2020” Against Russia: Cold Siege Against Kaliningrad By Lucas Leiroz de Almeida, February 05 2020

The announcement of the Defender-Europe 2020 gave the world, but especially Russia, a new and strange perspective on the future of international security. The drills seem to be the largest military exercises in Europe in 25 years. The countries elected

Trump and Balfour Compared By James J. Zogby, February 05 2020

Much has already been written about the Trump administration’s release of its long-awaited plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace. I will not repeat the criticisms. Instead, I will focus on what I found to be the striking and disturbing parallels between this

China’s Coronavirus – How the Western Media Spin the News By Larry Romanoff, February 05 2020

Reporting from Shanghai

It is not possible to understand the situation of China’s new coronavirus infections without some context. Let’s place ourselves in the position of patient and physician. If you develop a headache, what is your first thought? Do

The Democratic Party’s “Civil War”: Socialists vs. Centrists. Sabotaging Sanders By Andrew Korybko, February 05 2020

The shady developments surrounding the Iowa Caucus prove beyond any reasonable doubt that there’s a civil war raging in the Democrat Party between socialists and centrists, one that’s so fierce that it recently saw party insiders indirectly sabotaging what could

Duh, Jared! So Who Built the PA as a ‘Police State’? By Jonathan Cook, February 05 2020

Maybe something good will come out of the Trump plan, after all. By pushing the Middle East peace process to its logical conclusion, Donald Trump has made crystal clear something that was supposed to have been obscured: that no US