There are monsters among us. Every day I read about an American “plan” to either invade some place new or to otherwise inflict pain to convince a “non-compliant” foreign government how to behave. Last week it was Iran but next week it could just as easily again be Lebanon, Syria or Venezuela. Continue reading
The global trend in international relations is often difficult to discern. But one can be helped in this task by looking at two events, organized in Washington and Beijing, comparing the different themes, participants, objectives, and broached for discussion. After all, we are talking about the two largest economies in the world, two colossi directing and shaping global culture, behavior and world opinion. Continue reading
The head of the Russian State Duma’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Aleksey Pushkov announced that the United States is “making money” by increasing trade with Russia while telling Europe to stop doing business with the country.
There’s a need for the world to unite against the corporate regimes of the United States and Israel for their “endless lies and slaughters.”
These are the words coming from independent analysts like Pepe Escobar, Noam Chomsky, and Paul Craig Roberts, to name a few.