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by Ramzy Baroud | Mar 21, 2019 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
The new prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh’s goal is to solidify Fatah’s political control, not to unify Palestinian leadership to end Israel’s occupation.
by Ramzy Baroud | Mar 14, 2019 | Palestine, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Save for a few symbolic ‘victories’ at the United Nations and UN-related bodies, Abbas has done little by way of a concrete and unified Palestinian action.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Mar 14, 2019 | Americas, Politics, Viewpoints
Washington, with the help of the presstitute media, has orchestrated a fake news “humanitarian crisis” in Venezuela while ignoring real crises elsewhere.
by Victor Zhikai Gao | Mar 8, 2019 | Asia Pacific, News & Analysis, Politics, US
Achieving denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula will bring peace and stability not only to the Korean Peninsula, but to all Northeast Asia and beyond.
by John Chuckman | Mar 8, 2019 | Asia Pacific, News & Analysis, Politics, US
Russia’s democracy may be imperfect, but America’s has transformed into plutocracy in which the state’s resources are committed the advancement of empire.
by Ramzy Baroud | Mar 8, 2019 | Palestine, Politics, Viewpoints
AIPAC is hypocritical and deceptive to suggest that Otzma Yehudit violates the “core values that are the very foundation of the State of Israel”.
by Dan Steinbock | Mar 8, 2019 | Economy, Europe, News & Analysis
Since 2008, the UK growth rate suggests business as usual, yet the British pound has fallen more than by a third in the same period.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Mar 8, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Economy, Editor's Picks, US, Viewpoints
Russians continue to enable their own exploitation by foreigners, as neoliberal economists have told them that there is no alternative.
by Richard Falk | Mar 1, 2019 | Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
It would seem that only a democratic and secular single state could uphold self-determination for both peoples, holding out a promise of sustainable peace.
by David Swanson | Mar 1, 2019 | News & Analysis, Politics, US
We need a movement with women and men from around the world to create a global treaty banning all military conscription for all people.
by Ramzy Baroud | Mar 1, 2019 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
Netanyahu has mastered the art of political manipulation as his mentor and, once again, Al-Aqsa is the platform for this sinister Israeli politicking.
by Daniel Haverty | Mar 1, 2019 | Europe, News & Analysis, Politics
Macron would be prudent to meet with the leaders of the yellow vest movement and meaningfully address their grievances and moderate demands.
by Dan Steinbock | Feb 25, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Economy, News & Analysis
Not so long ago, Malaysia was set to lose years of economic progress, but, today, with greater economic discipline, the country is almost back on track.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Feb 25, 2019 | Europe, Politics, US, Viewpoints
The world is awakening to the realization that the United States is not a democracy, but an oligarchy ruled by moneyed private interest groups.
by Søren Korsgaard | Feb 22, 2019 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
The term “criminal” is now meaningless as law enforcement has become a greater threat to ordinary people than actual criminals.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Feb 22, 2019 | Americas, Politics, Viewpoints
The mainstream media are claiming food is in short supply in Venezuela, so journalist Max Blumenthal visited a supermarket in Caracas to learn the truth.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Feb 22, 2019 | Americas, Politics, US, Viewpoints
The neoconservative war criminal John Bolton has declared that Washington is going to overthrow and replace Nicaragua’s duly elected President Ortega.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Feb 22, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Europe, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Washington tore up the INF treaty in order to put intermediate range missiles on Russia’s border, thus endangering Europe and threatening nuclear war.
by Christopher Nichols | Feb 21, 2019 | Sponsored Content
The European Union has a number of restrictions in place that make it challenging to access certain types of content or entire websites on the Internet.
by Ramzy Baroud | Feb 19, 2019 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
For Hamas, the Islamic Jihad and other Palestinian factions, freeing Fatah from Washington’s grip is something they can also all agree on.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Feb 19, 2019 | Americas, Politics, US, Viewpoints
The US media are denouncing Maduro while ignoring how Washington’s policy has been to impose economic hardship on the Venezuelan people.
by Dan Steinbock | Feb 15, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Economy, News & Analysis
According to some international observers, the Lunar New Year sales indicate a plunge in Chinese consumption. Economic realities tell a different story.
by Ramzy Baroud | Feb 14, 2019 | Americas, Politics, US, Viewpoints
The world must move to block any further US meddling, and allow the people of Venezuela through democracy to determine their own future.
by Jeremy R. Hammond | Feb 14, 2019 | Editor's Picks, Middle East, News & Analysis, Politics, US
By falsely accusing Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of anti-Semitism, her critics are feeding into the very racist stereotype they claim to be challenging.