Selected Articles: International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Karim A. A. Khan K.C. Accuses Palestine of Waging War Against Israel

International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Karim A. A. Khan K.C. Accuses Palestine of Waging War Against Israel

By International Criminal Court and Prof Michel Chossudovsky, May 20, 2024

My Office submits that the war crimes alleged in these applications were committed in the context of an international armed conflict between Israel and Palestine, and a non-international armed conflict between Israel and Hamas running in parallel.

Putin’s Strategic Blunder

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, May 20, 2024

The blunder began years before February 2022. Putin failed to realize that the US was preparing the overthrow of the Ukraine government. When the overthrow began, Putin took no action to prevent the overthrow. Instead, Russia permitted Washington to take over the former province of the Russian state.

Fighting Back Against a Historical Racist Genocide. Mike Whitney

By Mike Whitney and Michael Welch, May 20, 2024

This interview  discusses the article King Bibi’s Land Grab. Here, Mr. Whitney describes the racism at the root of Israel’s cruelty toward the Palestinian people, and also how it is rooted in the same dynamic as other European nations and the settler tribes of North America.

Commemorating Nakba, 76 years Ago: Palestine Apartheid, Stolen Lives and Land, History Erased, United Nations Deaf Mute

By Felicity Arbuthnot, May 20, 2024

Between November 1947 and November 1948, 531 Palestinian towns and villages had been “ethnically cleansed.” By 1952, it was 615. This “Nakba” (“catastrophe”) 70 years after Israel’s final founding is ongoing. The land grabs are illegal and violate: U.N. Charter, Article 2(4) & 51 (1945); Declaration on Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations…, Principle 1 (1970). 

First World War and Imperialism. Dr. Jacques Pauwels

By Dr. Jacques R. Pauwels, May 20, 2024

Imperialism, the worldwide expansion of capitalism, motivated by the lust for raw materials such as petroleum, markets and cheap labour, involved fierce competition among great powers such as the British Empire, czarist Russia, and the German Reich, and thus led to the Great War of 1914–1918, later to be known as the First World War or World War I.

Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s President, Dies in Helicopter Crash Aged 63. “It Was Not Us” Said Israeli Official “Who Requested Anonymity”

By Al-Jazeera, May 20, 2024

Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has died after a helicopter carrying him and other officials crashed in a mountainous and forested area of the country in poor weather. The 63-year-old, a figure representing conservative and hardline factions in Iranian politics, was president for nearly three years, and appeared on track to run for re-election next year.

Ecological Disruption and Militarization of Antarctica Will Push the Planet Closer to Tipping Points

By Bharat Dogra, May 20, 2024

Antarctica, a continent about 40% larger than Europe in area, has also been called the world’s largest desert and the coldest, windiest, loneliest continent. Such descriptions do not exactly make this the most attractive continent, but in keeping with our times, those looking for minerals and geo-strategic advantages can find their own allurements.

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