Category: Foreign Policy

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Charles Glass: Who’s Supporting Assad?

Interview on America’s uncertain foreign policy in the region and the underlying forces propping up Assad’s government

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Paul Street: No Wise Men Here: Gabriel Kolko and Washington’s Continuing Murderous Middle East Myopia

Kolko’s post-WWII U.S. imperial establishment was a clumsy, violence-addicted menace to global peace, justice, and security – including the security of the U.S. people

William J. Astore: The American Military Uncontained

Chaos Spread, Casualties Inflicted, Missions Unaccomplished

Sean Starrs: Making the World Safe for Big Business

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is about expanding US hegemony in East Asia

Seymour Hersh: The Killing of Osama bin Laden

It’s been four years since a group of US Navy Seals assassinated Osama bin Laden in a night raid on a high-walled compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan

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Michael Albert: Best or Worst of Times?

Activism is present all over the world, in some places it is even knocking on the future’s door

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David Swanson: The No More War Movement

What yanked those killers out of a war and into a society under the rule of law? People in Baltimore standing up and acting

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Victor Grossman: Liars, Drones, and May Day

At all demonstrations there were many posters, signs and stickers welcoming refugees and immigrants, in opposition to the neo-Nazis, PEGIDA and right-wing AfD-party people

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Tom Engelhardt: Who Counts?

Body Counts, Drones, and “Collateral Damage” (aka “Bug Splat”)

Don Quijones: Angela Merkel’s NSA Nightmare Just Got A Lot Worse

Europe’s economic powerhouse Germany still remains, to all intents and purposes, a militarily occupied country, with as many as 21,500 British soldiers and 50,000 US troops still stationed on its soil.

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