Regime Change in Cuba on the Table, Netanyahu Rejects Fundamental Rights for Palestinians

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More than 50% of US Government Spending Goes to the Military

U.S. Leads Upward Trend in Arms Exports, Asian and Gulf States Arms Imports Up: Stockholm International Peace Institute (SIPRI), Global Research News, March 17, 2015

(Stockholm, 16 March 2015) The United States has taken a firm lead as the major arms exporter globally, according to new data on international arms transfers published today by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Overall, the volume of international…


Lawmakers Say TPP Meetings Classified To Keep Americans in the Dark, John Queally, March 17, 2015

US Trade Representative Michael Froman is drawing fire from Congressional Democrats for the Obama adminstration’s continued imposition of secrecy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Parternship. (Photo: AP file)Democratic lawmaker says tightly-controlled briefings on Trans-Pacific Partnership deal are aimed at keeping US…

Mideast Israel Palestinians

Apartheid Forever: Israel’s Netanyahu Rules Out Palestinian Citizenship Rights, Juan Cole, March 17, 2015

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, under extreme pressure over the real possibility that he will lose the March 17 elections, has made a powerful appeal to his far right wing constituency by openly admitting that he will never allow a…


Fundamental Rifts: Power, Wealth and Inequality in the Arab World, Adam Hanieh, March 17, 2015

Over four years since mass uprisings ousted sclerotic regimes in Tunisia and Egypt, it can seem that the initial hopes represented by these movements lie in tatters. Libya, Syria, Yemen and Iraq remain mired in bloody armed conflicts that have…


Does Obama Plan Cuba-Style Blockade on Venezuela?, Stephen Lendman, March 17, 2015

Independent governments are targeted for regime change. Bush and Obama spent post-9/11 years unsuccessfully trying to end Venezuelan Bolivarian democracy. Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez accused Washington of planning a “Cuban-style blockade.” “They are considering a financial and commercial blockade, and…

cold war propaganda

Landscape of U.S. Failure: Financial Collapse Leads to War, Dimitry Orlov, March 17, 2015

Scanning the headlines in the western mainstream press, and then peering behind the one-way mirror to compare that to the actual goings-on, one can’t but get the impression that America’s propagandists, and all those who follow in their wake, are…

us philippines

International People’s Tribunal to try Philippines President Aquino and Obama for Crimes against the Filipino People, Global Research News, March 17, 2015

by Kenneth Roland A. Guda An international tribunal will try cases of human rights violations perpetrated by Philippines President Ninoy Aquino, as well as United States (US) President Barack Obama, in Washington D.C. next July.  The International People’s Tribunal, initiated…

USA Cuba

U.S-Cuba Relations and the Long Road to Nowhere. “Regime Change is on the Table”, Timothy Alexander Guzman, March 17, 2015

The much anticipated U.S-Cuba talks continues this week as Reuters reported “Cuba and the United States meet for talks on restoring diplomatic relations on Monday, seeking more progress toward an agreement while not allowing differences over Venezuela to impede their…

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