Posted by Sarmad Ishfaq | Nov 23, 2018 | 1
by Paul Craig Roberts | Dec 10, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
As a country loses its liberty, legal scholars who formerly would have protected liberty turn against it in order to curry favor with power.
by L. Michael Hager | Dec 10, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
It’s important for citizens to know if their representatives have dual citizenship because both real and apparent conflicts of interest erode public trust.
by David Swanson | Dec 6, 2018 | News & Analysis, Politics, US
What the US mainstream media won’t inform you in their ritualistic annual Pearl Harbor Day rites is that the Japanese attack was anything but a surprise.
by David Swanson | Dec 6, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Given how much time we have left, perhaps it’s just not realistic to imagine our society fully outgrowing that deepest of evil tendencies.
by Ramzy Baroud | Dec 6, 2018 | Americas, Middle East, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Refugees escaping to the US or Europe are perceived as the invaders, rather than the US and its allies who’ve helped cause the reasons for their flight.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Dec 6, 2018 | Europe, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Everything that every Western government and “news” organization says is a lie to control the explanations we are fed to keep us locked in The Matrix.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Nov 29, 2018 | Europe, US, Viewpoints
Julian Assange’s life has been ruined because he was a professional journalist who told the truth instead of serving as a shill for the ruling elite.
by Ramzy Baroud | Nov 28, 2018 | Palestine, Politics, Viewpoints
Gaza has demonstrated that only resistance works. It is the only language that registers with Israel, which can’t sustain its violent oppression.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Nov 28, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Politics, US, Viewpoints
It is extraordinary that Russia and China are still constrained in their independence and dependant on the system of US dollar hegemony.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Nov 23, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Washington intends to crucify Julian Assange for the embarrassment and payoff expense WikiLeaks has caused the criminal government in Washington.
by Ramzy Baroud | Nov 23, 2018 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
Israel’s ‘war-chest’ will run dry in the end, just as no amount of money could have saved the racist, Apartheid regime in South Africa.
by Richard Falk | Nov 23, 2018 | Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
One feature of the new anti-Semitism is its non-response to the well-evidenced allegations of crimes against humanity made by those labeled “anti-Semites”.
by Dan Steinbock | Nov 23, 2018 | News & Analysis, Politics, US
Trump has started trade wars against China, its major trade partners, and security allies. The next target will be the World Trade Organization.
by David Boyajian | Nov 16, 2018 | Editor's Picks, Middle East, News & Analysis, Politics, US
American officials downplay how “allies” such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia support terrorists lest the US government’s support of terrorism also be exposed.
by Dan Steinbock | Nov 16, 2018 | Asia Pacific, News & Analysis, Politics
Amid trade wars, the outcome of the APEC meeting matters. As globalization is at crossroads, trade in Asia today will shape world trade tomorrow.
by Ramzy Baroud | Nov 16, 2018 | Palestine, Politics, Viewpoints
Israel’s racist self-definition is now inspiring a host of new laws that would further target and marginalize the country’s native Palestinian inhabitants.
by Waleed Majidyar | Nov 16, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Economy, News & Analysis
Afghanistan’s National Air Corridor Program may not be sustainable, and gaining access to the Karachi port should be a priority for the Afghan government.
by Dan Steinbock | Nov 14, 2018 | Economy, News & Analysis, US
In just 10 days, oil has posted the longest losing streak since mid-1984 – thanks to overcapacity and the Trump trade wars.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Nov 9, 2018 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
The presstitutes are only upset about Sessions being fired because his recusal from the Russiagate investigation enabled Mueller to go beyond his mandate.
by Jamie Shenk | Nov 9, 2018 | Americas, News & Analysis, Politics, US
If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, Trump’s drug policy is certifiable.
by Ramzy Baroud | Nov 7, 2018 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
Israel has imprisoned Khalida Jarrar because her intelligence and respect for international law threaten its occupation regime.
by Mamtimin Ala | Nov 7, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Politics
Xi Jinping has somehow escapted attention for his role despite being the mastermind behind China’s cultural genocide of the Uyghur people.
by Ramzy Baroud | Nov 2, 2018 | Asia Pacific, Palestine, Politics, Viewpoints
China’s policymakers mistakenly assume that their country can be pro-Palestine and pro-Israel at once, criticizing the occupation while also sustaining it.
by Jeremy R. Hammond | Nov 2, 2018 | Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
The significance of the 1917 Balfour Declaration is that it determined a policy by which Great Britain would facilitate the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.