Category: Intl. Relations
Edward S. Herman Reviews a book on the “Unbalanced Scales of International Criminal Justice
The role played by former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan in creating the conditions that led to the 2008 global financial meltdown is known to many. What is less known is that Greenspan is a former member of the Group of Thirty.
A handy A to Z guide to U.S.-backed international crime
It is still premature to deal with or build on it as a strategic shift away from the country’s more than three-decade strategic alliance with the United States.
The US push to topple the Venezuelan government of Nicolas Maduro once again pits Washington against South America
Bosnia is in a promising state of non-nationalist social unrest. People are organizing everywhere
The road to democracy is a process not an event, and will require an ongoing struggle
The rules by which US-Israeli relations are governed are perhaps the most bewildering of all foreign policies of any two countries
It is really important and our responsibility that we demand the U.S. government accept the victory of Maduro. His margin in the recent election was almost as big a margin as Obama in voting percentages in 2012. As far as I know the U.S. and Spain are the two countries who have not accepted the Read more…
Out with the old, in with the new. A simple spring-cleaning rule that people across the Arab world are taking to a whole new level, sweeping away longstanding oppressive regimes. It’s time for some spring-cleaning in Washington to match. Time to emerge from the frozen mentality that negotiates with attack planes in trying to oust Read more…