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Climate, Science and Mother Earth: Second Open Letter to Greta Thunberg By Prof. Claudia von Werlhof, November 12 2019

Claudia von Werlhof and discussion group of the “Planetary Movement for Mother Earth” – Alexandra Danzl, Wolfgang Fischer, Maria Heibel, Thomas A. Mann, Gudrun Sahlender-Wulf, Dietmar Salamon, Thomas Schramm et al.


Dear Greta Thunberg,

You have not answered a …

The European Parliament Resolution on European Remembrance Day, Condemning Nazi Germany and The Soviet Union By IADL, November 12 2019

The International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) was appalled to learn of the resolution adopted by the European Parliament on September 19, 2019, titled “Importance of European Remembrance Day for the Future of Europe.“

This resolution reinforces the declaration of …

Incinerating Logic: Bush Fires and Climate Change in Australia By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, November 12 2019

Despite the Internet, connectivity, and linking technologies, distance has not shrunk the Australian sense of self, an often provincial appraisal of the world seen in slow motion and stills.  Whether it’s the “flower revolution” or Michel Foucault, trends and ideas

US Is the Source of, Not “Solution” to Syrian War By Tony Cartalucci, November 12 2019

After the supposed US “withdrawal” from Syria – Western media outlets have causally reported on US troops now preparing to occupy Syria’s oilfields east of the Euphrates River.

Articles include carefully selected “experts” who avoid any mention of how illegal …

Global Economy: Is the ‘Mother of all Bubbles’ About to Pop? QE on Steroids By Rep. Ron Paul, November 12 2019

When the New York Federal Reserve began pumping billions of dollars a day into the repurchasing (repo) markets (the market banks use to make short-term loans to each other) in September, they said this would only be necessary for a

Scotland’s Leader Will Do a Deal with Labour – but Wants #IndyRef2 (Independence Referendum) in Return By Johanna Ross, November 12 2019

‘The most important election of our lifetimes’ said Scotland’s leader Nicola Sturgeon about the upcoming UK general election as she launched the Scottish National Party’s campaign last Friday. The message from Sturgeon was to vote SNP to avoid Brexit, saying

Coup d’état in Bolivia: Neofascism Rhymes with Neoliberalism By Marc Vandepitte, November 12 2019

The coup in Bolivia does not come out of the blue and bears the fingerprints of the US. It is the revenge of the upper class with a strong racist undertone. There is a real possibility that the country is

How the Hybrid War on Bolivia Succeeded in Carrying Out Regime Change By Andrew Korybko, November 12 2019

The Hybrid War on Bolivia isn’t over by a long shot, but it did in fact succeed in its most immediate aim of carrying out regime change against democratically re-elected and legitimate President Morales, so it’s important to review how

After Sochi Summit, What Prospects for Africa-Russia Relations? By Kester Kenn Klomegah, November 12 2019

The first Russia-Africa Summit was held October 23–24 under theme “For Peace, Security and Development” in Sochi, southern coast city of Russia. President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and President of the Arab Republic of Egypt Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi

Taxing the Rich Is Only a Start, Though It’s a Good One By Doug Henwood, November 12 2019

It’s become near-consensus on the social democratic left that you can fund a decent welfare state by taxing the rich and shrinking the military. Sad to say that isn’t true. Those are good things in themselves, and you could pay

Australia’s Organic Industry Could be Sacrificed for the Sake of Unregulated GMO Tech By medianet, November 12 2019

Australia’s booming organic sector could be devastated if moves to deregulate the gene technology ‘CRISPR’ pass through the Federal Senate on the 13th of this month.

CRISPR technology involves removing unwanted gene traits from the DNA sequence of an …

In Berlin Wall Speech, Pompeo Advances Crusade Against Russia and China By Bill Van Auken, November 12 2019

Speaking in Berlin last Friday on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo echoed Ronald Reagan’s “Evil Empire” and George Bush’s “Axis of Evil” diatribes, targeting

Bolivian Coup Comes Less than a Week After Morales Stopped Multinational Firm’s Lithium Deal By Eoin Higgins, November 12 2019

The Sunday military coup in Bolivia has put in place a government which appears likely to reverse a decision by just-resigned President Evo Morales to cancel an agreement with a German company for developing lithium deposits in the Latin American

Video: Massive US Military Convoy Consisting of 172 Vehicles Heads to Raqqa and Aleppo By Almasdar News, November 12 2019

A massive U.S. military convoy was seen leaving eastern Syria on Sunday for the governorates of Aleppo and Al-Raqqa in the northern part of the country.

According to local reports, the U.S. Army convoy consisted of 172 vehicles, including tanks, …

For the Eleventh Straight Year, United States Votes “No” to UN Anti-Nazi Resolution By Carla Stea, November 12 2019
Although President Roosevelt was fiercely opposed to Nazism, and brilliantly worked with Stalin and Churchill to defeat the Nazis, there were many in the US, particularly among the oligarchs, who hoped that Hitler would win the war and crush the Soviet Union
Evo Morales Forced by the Military to Resign: Bolivia and Venezuela – Two Countries but Same Hybrid War By Nino Pagliccia, November 12 2019

A coup took place in Bolivia on November 10. The fact that the president of the country, Evo Morales, resigned it does not contradict the fact that a coup has taken place. Morales resigned forced by the military. The

In Need of a Responsible Agriculture By Prof. Jacques Prescott, November 12 2019

In Quebec, a recent parliamentary committee on pesticides uncovered the near-morbid addiction of industrial agriculture to chemical pesticides and the serious effects of these products on the environment and human health.

A shift becomes necessary.

Industrial agriculture has harmful impacts …

The Bolivian Coup Is Not a Coup—Because the US Wanted It to Happen By Alan MacLeod, November 12 2019

Army generals appearing on television to demand the resignation and arrest of an elected civilian head of state seems like a textbook example of a coup. And yet that is certainly not how corporate media are presenting the weekend’s events

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Lula’s Release Will Only Reinvigorate the Pink Tide Against U.S. Hegemony in Latin America By Paul Antonopoulos, November 12 2019

The Workers Party (PT) ruled Brazil, mostly under the leadership of the charismatic Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, or simply known as Lula, from 2003 until his successor’s impeachment in 2016. This period saw Brazil undergo major changes and

Video: Turkish-led Forces Resumed Advance in Northeastern Syria By South Front, November 12 2019

Over the past days, Syria’s northeast has been the main point of instability in the war-torn country.

On November 10, the Turkish-backed coalition of militant groups, the Syrian National Army, announced that it was resuming it offensive in the area.

Israel Is Silencing the Last Voices Trying to Stop Abuses Against Palestinians By Jonathan Cook, November 12 2019

It has been a week of appalling abuses committed by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank – little different from the other 2,670 weeks endured by Palestinians since the occupation began in 1967.

The difference this past week was that …

Released Lula in for Greatest Fight of His Life By Pepe Escobar, November 12 2019

He’s back. With a bang.

Only two days after his release from a federal prison in Curitiba, southern Brazil, following a narrow 6×5 decision by the Supreme Court, former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva delivered a fiery, 45-minute long

Ending Violence, Exploitation, Ecological Destruction and War: Creating a Culture of Peace By Robert J. Burrowes, November 12 2019

The date 11 November is well-known and commemorated in many parts of the world because it marks the Armistice ending World War I – ‘the Great War’ – in 1918.

In the evocative words used by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., …

Neoliberalism: The Idea vs. the Historical Practice By Dr. Jack Rasmus, November 12 2019

The following extended article will appear in the next issue of ‘Z’ magazine. It is a summary of the major themes and articles in chapters 1 & 2 of my just released book, ‘The Scourge of Neoliberalism: US Economic Policy

The US Sells Fake “Humanitarian” Warfare: “Responsibility to Protect” Syria (R2P) By Mark Taliano and Prof. Tim Anderson, November 12 2019

Read Unit One and Two here.

President Assad is not now and never was a brutal dictator who gasses his own people. In fact, in a classic case of “reverse projection”, NATO terrorists are the brutal dictators who gas Assad’s

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales Is Backtracking Under Heavy US Pressure By Andrew Korybko, November 12 2019

Bolivian President Evo Morales‘ decision to abide by the “recommendation” of the US-backed OAS that his country hold another election represents serious backtracking on his pro-sovereignty stance under heavy Hybrid War pressure following the mutiny of several police forces

Significant Progress Toward Political Settlement in Syria? By Stephen Lendman, November 12 2019

Last month, Russia’s Foreign Ministry claimed progress was made toward “promoting (a) political settlement in conformity with the resolutions of the Syrian National Dialogue Congress in Sochi and United Nations Security Council Resolution 2254.”

In mid-September, Sergey Lavrov said


Whither the United States of America? The “American Dream” has Become a “Nightmare” By Massoud Nayeri, November 12 2019
According to the UN “About 40 million live in poverty, 18.5 million in extreme poverty, and 5.3 million live in Third World conditions of absolute poverty”. In every major city, the number of homeless people is on the rise.
Reflections on Movement-building Strategies for the Current Period By Abayomi Azikiwe, November 12 2019

These remarks were delivered by the author at the November 7-9 Workers in Solidarity and Education (WISE) Conference sponsored by the Labor Studies Center at Wayne State University in Detroit.


I am honored to once again participate in the

Dear Global Research Readers, Your Support Is Essential By The Global Research Team, November 11 2019

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Hundreds Stand Tall in Solidarity with the People of Latin America at Havana Conference By Alicia Jrapko, November 11 2019

From November 1-3 more than 1,350 delegates from 86 countries representing 789 organizations, came to Havana to participate in the Anti-imperialist Conference of Solidarity, for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism. Delegates traveled from all continents, particularly from Latin America and the

The Military Coup Against Morales Won’t End the Hybrid War on Bolivia By Andrew Korybko, November 11 2019

President Morales resigned under duress following the military’s “request” that he do so after the US-backed OAS alleged that it uncovered evidence supposedly proving that his recent re-election was rigged, but the military coup won’t end the Hybrid War on

Revaluing Capitalism for the Long-Term? By Dr. Kyle Bailey, November 11 2019

In the wake of the 2007–08 financial crash, the mainstream debate has not focused on the choice between socialism or barbarism, but rather on ‘reinventing capitalism’.

Faced with a populist ‘other’ ranging from ‘Trump and Brexit’ to the …

World Leaders, Organizations Condemn Coup Against Evo Morales in Bolivia By Telesur, November 11 2019

World leaders and organizations expressed Sunday their solidarity with former Bolivian President Evo Morales under the hashtag #ElMundoconEvo (the World with Evo) and strongly condemned the right-wing coup which forced Morales to resign.

“I just heard that there was a

PSL Statement: We Condemn Military Coup; US Hands Off Bolivia By Party for Socialism and Liberation, November 11 2019

The Party for Socialism and Liberation strongly condemns the military coup in Bolivia, and extends our solidarity to the Bolivian people who are struggling to defend the massive gains won under the leadership of President Evo Morales in the face

Gaza Specialist Doctors Emigrate Due to Israel Siege By Middle East Monitor, November 11 2019

More than 120 highly qualified Palestinian doctors emigrated from the Gaza Strip in 2018 and 2019, pushing the Ministry of Health to close medical departments in hospitals.

According to a report published by on Saturday, the Palestinian doctors who …

The 10 Highest Paying Jobs in Oil & Gas By Julianne Geiger, November 11 2019

Make no mistake: Oil and gas companies may be doing some serious cost-cutting and slimming-and-trimming to stay competitive after the shale boom binge, but when it comes to employment, it’s still one of the best industries to hit up for

US Congressional Panel Outlines Next Phase of Dirty War on Syria: Occupy Oil Fields and Block Reconstruction By Ben Norton, November 11 2019

A DC foreign-policy apparatchik who oversaw Congress’ Syria Study Group proclaimed that the US military “owned” one-third of Syrian territory, including its “economic powerhouse,” then outlined a sadistic strategy for preventing reconstruction of the “rubble.”


Despite President Donald Trump

Brazil’s Lula Released While Appealing Imprisonment on Dubious Charges By Stephen Lendman, November 11 2019

On Friday, former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was released from prison, pending resolution of his appeal against charges he and his legal team call phony.

Brazilian Judge Danilo Pereira ordered his release in response to a request …

Bolivia: President Evo Morales Resigns Amid Right-Wing Coup By Telesur, November 11 2019

Bolivian President Evo Morales was forced to resign Sunday after senior army and police chiefs called on him to do so following weeks of right-wing unrest and violence against his Oct. 20 elections victory, in what his government has called

Boris Johnson’s 19 New Powers Will Kill Democracy By True Publica, November 11 2019

Boris Johnson’s amazing Brexit deal, which has turned out to be a worse deal than the bad deal rejected three times via Theresa May has not just been discredited – it has been blown completely out of the water.

Russian Connections in Albion: The ISC Report By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, November 11 2019

The UK election campaign has kicked off, and merrily confused are the major candidates.  The chaotic scene was made a touch more interesting with the refusal on the part of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to clear the release of

Pentagon Claims US Authority to Shoot Any Syrian Govt Official Who Tries to Take Control of Syrian Oil By Andrea Germanos, November 11 2019

Pentagon officials asserted Thursday U.S. military authority over Syrian oil fields because U.S. forces are acting under the goal of “protecting Americans from terrorist activity” and would be within their rights to shoot a representative of the Syrian government who

U.K. Home Office-backed Counter-extremism Group Waging Twitter Campaign Against Corbyn By Simon Hooper, November 11 2019

An interfaith organisation which has frequently attacked Jeremy Corbyn over allegations of antisemitism and which has described the Labour Party as a “Stalinist cult” is receiving support from the UK’s Home Office.

Faith Matters receives funding through a Home Office …

The 5G Roll Out of 20,000 Telecom Satellites. Cosmic Junk By Richard Gale and Dr. Gary Null, November 11 2019

For years, scientists have warned about the dangers of enormous amounts of debris orbiting our planet. Aside from wrenches and other tools used by astronauts, plastic bags, and yes even a toothbrush, according to the federally-funded Areospace organization, the

Chile Demonstrations Continue Despite Declaration of a State of Emergency By Abayomi Azikiwe, November 11 2019

A general strike and mass rebellion has erupted in Chile where the administration of President Sebastian Pinera has failed to quell the widespread discontent among the workers and youth.

The president announced in early November that his government would lift …

Lebanon and Iraq Protesters, the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia Are Fed Up with Iran By Elijah J. Magnier, November 11 2019

The United States of America, Israel and Saudi Arabia are fed up with Iran and its allies in the Middle East. But despite waging war against Syria and Hezbollah in Lebanon, by inviting the Iraqi government to dilute al-Hashd al-Shaabi,

Former British Ambassador to Syria: UK Complicit in Trump’s Syria Oil Grab By Peter Ford, November 11 2019

The cat is out of the bag. The UK is potentially complicit in a war crime. With typical insouciance the U.S. military dropped this bombshell by tweet and apparently without realizing the implications for U.S. partners:




Agrarian Crisis and Malnutrition: GM Agriculture Is Not the Answer By Colin Todhunter, November 11 2019

M S Swaminathan is often referred to as the ‘father’ of India’s Green Revolution. In 2009, he said that  no scientific evidence had emerged to justify concerns about genetically modified (GM) crops, often regarded as stage two of the Green

Three Deep State Confessions on Syria By Brad Hoff, November 11 2019

First, all the way back in 2005 — more than a half decade before the war began — CNN’s Christiane Amanpour told Assad to his face that regime change is coming. Thankfully this was in a televised and archived interview,

U.S.-backed coup Deposes Evo Morales in Bolivia By Marco Teruggi, November 11 2019

Update by Workers World

As of 4 p.m. EDT on Nov. 10, President Evo Morales has resigned his office in Bolivia, pushed out by a counterrevolutionary coup d’état backed by Washington. After part of the police force joined the counterrevolutionary

Syria, Oil, and the Exceptional, Indispensable Kleptocrats By Kurt Nimmo, November 10 2019

Most of what Donald Trump says and tweets can be ignored. His advisers and cabinet will make all final decisions regardless of what the stable genius says he will do—for instance, leaving Syria. 

The US military isn’t going anywhere despite …

Video: Russia Captured Advanced Israeli Interceptor Missile By South Front, November 10 2019

On November 6, the commander-in-chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Abdi, announced that the Kurdish-led group was resuming its “joint program of work” with the US-led coalition. According to him, the goal of this effort is to combat ISIS

Billionaire US Presidential Aspirant Michael Bloomberg? By Stephen Lendman, November 10 2019

What the US needs most of all is peace, equity and justice leadership, serving all Americans, not just its privileged few the way both right wings of the one-party state run things.

Reportedly billionaire businessman, former New York City mayor, …

Homeland Insecurity. “Perpetual War” By Philip A Farruggio, November 10 2019

Well, once again we have Veterans Day upon us. With it comes the preponderance of overt militarism and military propaganda. Tune into any sporting event on the boob tube and you get the camouflaged soldiers and ROTC students (if a

Ecuador: The Restoration of Neoliberalism and the Monroe Doctrine By Dr. Birsen Filip, November 10 2019
The National Court of Justice of Ecuador has ratified the preventive detention of former president Rafael Correa who founded Alianza PAIS in 2006, as a democratic socialist political party with an objective to achieve economic and political sovereignty, and foment a social and economic revolution in the nation.
US Coup Plot to Oust Bolivia’s Evo Morales By Stephen Lendman, November 10 2019

The late William Blum documented how Washington toppled numerous sovereign governments, assassinated legitimate leaders, and removed others by coup d’etats.

Along with endless wars of aggression and by other means against nations threatening no one, that’s what US hegemonic rage …

The Passing of Fidel, Three Years Later By Prof Susan Babbitt, November 10 2019

Fidel Castro, dead three years this month, resisted US power in a way that could be learned from. I don’t mean the Revolution. It began earlier. Castro insisted on that. Thus, the old flag and anthem were retained. The

US Support for General Franco’s Regime and the Spanish Dictator’s Commercial Links to Cuba By Shane Quinn, November 10 2019

Despite being a “rabid anti-Franquista” for many years, the Cuban leader Fidel Castro would develop some grudging respect for Spain’s Fascist dictator, General Francisco Franco.

Following Castro’s 1959 ousting of the American-backed tyrant, Fulgencio Batista, Washington ordered …

The Secret of Cuba’s Success: International Solidarity By Nino Pagliccia, November 10 2019

Once again the international community represented at the United Nations General Assembly on November 7 has spoken and voted to reject overwhelmingly the financial and economic blockade (embargo) imposed by the United States against Cuba through unilateral sanctions. The US

Iraqi Protestors: They Demand Basic Services and an End to Corruption By Steven Sahiounie, November 10 2019

Nearly 300 protestors in Iraq have been killed, and 9,800 wounded since protests began on October 1.  Security forces have cracked down on protestors while using live ammunition, rubber bullets, and tear gas.  The protests have been held in various

Syria, War Propaganda and the “White Helmets” By Mark Taliano, November 10 2019

Read Unit One here.

The Western public’s perceptions of the war in Syria are based on an unprecedented campaign of war propaganda. Why? Because the imperial war against Syria consists of Supreme International War Crimes.

“Non Governmental Agencies”, which …

US Economic Statistics: “Unreliable Numbers” By Larry Romanoff, November 10 2019

The US government and Western media enjoy accusing China of producing unreliable numbers, but it is widely recognised that there are no national economic statistics in the world as deliberately unreliable and misleading as those of the US. Yet one

The School of the Americas By Larry Romanoff, November 09 2019

An integral part of America’s brutal colonisation of undeveloped nations is the little-known US Army “School of the Americas” located in Fort Benning, Georgia, which trains Latin American military officers and soldiers to subvert their governments and kill hope in

102 Years Ago, The October Revolution, November 7, 1917: History of the Russian Revolutions and Civil War By Julien Paolantoni, November 09 2019
Never Again? Can We Stop the War When Big Business Profits from it? By Michael Welch, Ajamu Baraka, and Dr. Jacques R. Pauwels, November 09 2019

On the Global Research News we do our best to cover a wide spectrum of topics from the environmental crisis to economic and geopolitical analysis to debunking war pre-text narratives.

We welcome listener support to maintain and improve the quality …

102 Years Ago, The October Revolution: “Ten Days that Shook the World” By Sergei M. Eisenstein, November 09 2019

Next week, November 7, 2017 is the 100 years anniversary of the October Revolution, November 7, 1917.

We bring to the attention of our readers Sergei Eisenstein‘s masterpiece: “Ten Days that Shook the World” (1928)

In documentary style, events

Defeating the US / EU / NATO Axis of Domination: A Global De-Colonial Imperative By Canadian Peace Congress, November 09 2019

The Canadian Peace Congress, in cooperation with a number of local peace and anti-imperialist organizations, is pleased to announce the upcoming tour of Ajamu Baraka from November 11-16, 2019. During his visit, Mr. Baraka will visit five urban centres across …

Is the Run on the Dollar Due to Panic or Greed? By Ellen Brown, November 09 2019

What’s going on in the repo market? Rates on repurchase agreements (“repo”) should be around 2%, in line with the fed funds rate. But they shot up to over 5% on September 16 and got as high as 10% on

Geneva Is Key to Syria’s Recovery By Steven Sahiounie, November 09 2019

The political solution to the Syrian conflict is the task at hand for the constitutional committee that has been meeting in Geneva since October 30.  The co-chairs are Ahmad Kuzbari from the Syrian government and Hadi Albahra from the opposition. 

The War on Syria was Pre-Planned. ISIS Was Financed by the US and its Allies By Mark Taliano, November 09 2019

How do we know that the War on Syria was pre-planned by imperial powers? Consider the following:




Still not convinced? Check out this admission from the former Minister of Foreign Affairs for President Mitterand.

General Flynn admitted …

Video: Russia Setting Up Military Bases Across Northeastern Syria. To Undermine US Mission to Appropriate Syria’s Oil? By South Front, November 09 2019

Syrian and Russian warplanes carried out more than 40 airstrikes on militants’ positions in southern Idlib, northern Lattakia and southwestern Aleppo. According to pro-government sources, the resumed airstrikes were a response to the recent offensive actions by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham

A “Blue Dot” Barely Visible from China’s “New Silk Roads” By Pepe Escobar, November 09 2019

Chinese President Xi Jinping six years ago launched New Silk Roads, now better known as the Belt and Road Initiative, the largest, most ambitious, pan-Eurasian infrastructure project of the 21st century.

Under the Trump administration, Belt and Road has …

Substandard Education in America By Larry Romanoff, November 08 2019

We know all the criticisms. China’s children are taught only to memorise and not to think or question. They are rote-learning robots without capacity for original thought. They know only how to produce high scores but not to apply any

Dwindling US Hegemony in South East Asia in Favor of China By Paul Antonopoulos, November 08 2019

The 2019 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit held in Thailand earlier this week has given a signal of how the regional order is beginning to change. The ASEAN platform serves as a biannual conference between 10 Southeast countries,

The Vaccine Deep State. Impacts of Aluminum Adjuvants in Vaccines By Richard Gale and Dr. Garry Null, November 08 2019

Who coined the term anti-vaccine or anti-vaxx? The derogatory term “anti-vaxxer,” which has been championed by the media and the medical industry’s experts who function as the media’s talking heads, are merely people who question the efficacy and safety of

The Globalization of Poverty: What Is Neoliberalism? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, November 08 2019

In these unprecedented economic times, the world is experiencing as a whole what most of the so-called “developing” countries have experienced over the past several decades. For a nuanced examination of the intricacies of the global political-economic landscape and the

Syria: Where Have All the “Professional” Journalists Gone? By Janice Kortkamp, November 08 2019

I’m in Homs on my sixth visit to this vibrant city since May 2016 as an independent, self-funded activist and social media amateur journalist.

Since peace and stability have been restored and life is returning, the “professional news media” is …

The Completion of the Kartarpur Corridor Is a Victory for the Sikh Community By Andrew Korybko, November 08 2019

The global Sikh community is celebrating the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor on 9 November that will create an international pilgrimage route from India to the nearby Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Pakistan where the founder of the world’s fifth-largest

“American Self Preservation Doctrine”: US National Security Agreements (MCC, ACSA, SOFA) Incompatible with International Law By Tamara Kunanayakam, November 08 2019

“[T]here is no friendship when nations are not equal, when one has to obey another and when one only dominates another.” Jawaharlal Nehru, the Prime Minister of India Closing Speech at the Asian-African Conference, Bandung, 1955

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