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Washington always imagines it can control combustible situations abroad. It can’t. And it won’t.
The conviction of three Al Jazeera journalists yesterday underscored the hypocrisy of US support for Egypt’s General Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
Once again, the media fails to address the issue underlying much of the violence in Iraq—control over its most precious resource.
In 2003, Bush and friends dreamed up a jihadi Iraq with deep ties to al-Qaeda. Now, their convenient nightmare is becoming a deadly reality.
Former president Bush is to blame for the present crisis in Iraq—along with decades of murder, lies and imperial aggression.
The presidential run-off this weekend and talks with the FARC are obscuring horrific violence in places like Buenaventura—and US multinationals are deeply implicated.
In fifty years of nearly nonstop American warfare, we’ve learned little and achieved less.
The key “evidence” of an Iranian nuclear weapons program comes via the MEK, a cult-like terrorist group—and was likely produced by Israel.
Its ‘generosity’ toward Cairo notwithstanding, Washington has been reduced to the role of a helpless bystander.
Labour has to lead the case for a modern, multicultural society that needs the skills of migrants to compete in the global economy.
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