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Shamus Cooke: Top Three Media Lies About the Syrian Peace Talks

The media spin machine is again kicking into high gear, perfectly timed to accompany the “Geneva II” Syria peace talks

Paul Street: Missing the Marx, More or Less

The profit system’s core definition of efficiency always comes down to maximum return on private investment

Badri Raina: Of Tea and Dynasty

Twice before now was the club of “corruption” wielded effectively by the corrupt right wing in India to bring about a regime change conducive to further the corrupt concentrations of wealth

Justin Podur: Science and Liberation

Science as human curiosity, as authority, and as business

David Swanson: The Thugs of Halftime

I don’t recall the exercise of one’s rights under the First Amendment requiring an invitation

Ramzy Baroud: US-Israel Strange but ‘Stable’ Alliance: US Senate Await Israeli Instructions

The rules by which US-Israeli relations are governed are perhaps the most bewildering of all foreign policies of any two countries

Danny Schechter: “I Have Been To The Mountain Top”

While awesome in their beauty, mountaintops are not any longer a pathway to the promised land. Not today, not in the world of inequality in which we live

Raul Zibechi: Learning from the Defeat of Monsanto in Córdoba

The initiative is always taken by small groups, without taking into account the power balance, but rather the justice of their actions

Bruno Jäntti: Why the Helsinki Conference is crucial for the Middle East

For the postponed Helsinki Conference to be successful in the future requires a genuine commitment by the West, especially the US, to a nuclear-free Middle East

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