International Relations Watch

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Sadly, international relations are overwhelmingly about war and imperialism, economic violation and racism. ZCom's International Relations Watch is partly about reporting on and analyzing such phenomena, partly about contributing to overcoming such phenomena.

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    Rasmus: Trade War for Real? Parts 2, 3

    How China will respond to more U.S. tariffs and technology transfer is the crux of any U.S.-China trade agreement—or trade war

  • Dolack: Trump Administration Takes Aim At The World

    Trump trade policy is set by economic nationalists determined to deepen the dominance of U.S. corporate power at the expense of working people everywhere, U.S. working people not excepted. It is the height of naïveté to expect anything else

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    Kuzmarov: Secret Teams in Another Deadly Imperial War?

    Since the end of the Cold War, this undercover infrastructure has only expanded as the brutal destabilizing operations continue. Yemen is but the latest playground, with severe consequences yet again.

  • Dika: Syria and the Politics of International Law

    Moral posturing by the United States and its allies fall on deaf ears in the Middle East

  • Idelson: Daniel Ellsberg’s New Nuclear Wakeup Call

    Can we step back from the danger of extinction of all life on earth? Without complete dismantling of everyone’s nuclear arsenal?

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    Chomsky: Undermining Our Survival

    As I mentioned, the policies being formulated and enacted are drawn from the playbook of the most reactionary fringe of the Republican establishment. The abject service to private wealth and power is accompanied with an authoritarian and fundamentalist program to transform U.S. society

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    Herman: Foreign Engagement v. Aggression

    The United States has been intervening and fighting wars abroad almost continuously since World War II. This has involved frequent aggressions, using standard definitions of the word, with many of them extremely destructive. But these cannot be designated “aggression” in our well-honed propaganda system

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    Dangl: The Implications of Bolivia’s Referendum

    Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous president, who rose to prominence as a union leader among coca farmers and as a dissident congressperson, has won three general elections, including a 2014 victory with over 60 percent of the vote, and is now in his tenth year in power

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    Herman: Anti-Terrorism Rally in Paris?

    Hypocrisy runs deep in the imperialist and colonial-settler states. The United States has regularly and deliberately bombed and killed journalists in states under attack, including Yugoslavia, Iraq and Afghanistan, among others

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    Street: Against Escalation

    The United States government routinely tells its subject citizenry and the world of America’s grand commitment to freedom and democracy. Putting aside the inconvenient problem of its own domestic oligarchy and plutocracy, let’s have a look at some of Washington’s “democracy”-loving key allies

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