Posted by Paul Craig Roberts | Apr 12, 2019 | 1
by Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich | Apr 16, 2019 | Culture, Palestine, Viewpoints
Concurrent with the fire that ravaged Notre Dame, but lesser reported, the al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem fell victim to a fire of an unknown origin.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Apr 16, 2019 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Julian Assange is being framed on a false charge because the US government in order to protect its own criminality is moving to destroy the First Amendment.
by Richard Falk | Apr 16, 2019 | News & Analysis, Politics, US
We need to affirm WikiLeaks and whistleblowing as part of the legitimate architecture of constitutional democracy in the digital age.
by Wahab Raofi | Apr 16, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Culture, Viewpoints
Nashenas, an Afghan who had to hide his identity to exercise his freedom of speech, exemplifies the dangerous trend toward squelching free speech.
by Dan Steinbock | Apr 16, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Economy, News & Analysis, US
As US-Sino trade talks will give way to next trade wars, new tariff wars will not resolve US deficits but will further impair global economic prospects.
by David Swanson | Apr 12, 2019 | Americas, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Washington sure does support a lot of dictators for a government that likes to talk so much about expanding democracy.
by David Swanson | Apr 12, 2019 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Exposing war crimes is not a crime, and other reasons why Julian Assange should be freed.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Apr 12, 2019 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
In The Matrix in which we live, truth-tellers are unwelcome to those who control the explanations in order to advance their agendas.
by Ramzy Baroud | Apr 12, 2019 | Palestine, Politics, Viewpoints
Why is Israel provoking confrontations when Palestinian prisoners are already subjected to human rights abuses? Equally important, why now?
by Paul Craig Roberts | Apr 12, 2019 | Editor's Picks, Politics, US, Viewpoints
The real achievement of Lincoln’s War of Northern Aggression was to centralize power over the American people. All of them.
by Ramzy Baroud | Apr 3, 2019 | News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
It is essential for the besieged people of Gaza to understand their true position, not as hapless victims, but as agents of change in their society.
by Richard Falk | Apr 1, 2019 | Middle East, Reviews, US, Viewpoints
Joan Mellen’s book “Blood in the Water” argues that the US itself was complicit in Israel’s attack on the American ship the USS Liberty in June 1967.
by Jeremy R. Hammond | Apr 1, 2019 | Editor's Picks, Palestine, Politics, US, Viewpoints
Elan Journo and Danny Sjursen debated how to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, and while Sjursen rightly won, both were wrong on a few key points.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Mar 29, 2019 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Democrats are all too willing to ingore the crimes of Democratic presidents while insisting on propagating the evidenceless Russiagate conspiracy theory.
by David Swanson | Mar 29, 2019 | Politics, US, Viewpoints
Ending hunger and providing clean water to the world would make the US safer and cost far less than the annual spending on war, destruction, and violence.
by Ramzy Baroud | Mar 29, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Politics, Viewpoints
The Australian terrorist wanted to send a message that immigrants, particularly Muslims, are not safe, not even in New Zealand. But his attempt backfired.
by Paul Craig Roberts | Mar 26, 2019 | Asia Pacific, Middle East, Politics, US, Viewpoints
On any issue that pertains to Israel’s interest, Trump has placed US foreign policy into Israel’s hands, pandering to Zionism to an unprecedented extreme.
by Jeremy R. Hammond | Mar 22, 2019 | Editor's Picks, News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
The Jerusalem Institute of Justice’s video “The Israeli Palestinian Conflict: 10 Myths Preventing Peace” is a work of propaganda that only perpetuates lies.
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 Jeremy R. Hammond | Mar 15, 2019 | Editor's Picks, Middle East, News & Analysis, Palestine, Politics
Apologists for Israel’s crimes against the Palestinians claim the state has a “right to exist” in an effort to legitimize the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
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.