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The disastrous reality TV style bungle in which the White House led the nation to the brink of war without the consent of the legislature and the American people should …
The miscalculations in Iraq and Afghanistan hang in the air as US weigh up whether to attack Syria.
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 12:01

September 11 & the US Entertainment Industry

Today is the 12th anniversary of the day when the US enacted an intricate drama by imploding from within, New York’s 110-storey twin-tower World Trade Center, while two pilotless aircraft …
Tuesday, 10 September 2013 09:58

Imperial Madness, A Study of US War Symptom

Benjamin Franklin once said there's no such thing as a good war or bad peace. His advice went unheeded.
Opposition to US use of military force in Syria crosses party lines, ideology, race, religion, education, and income levels. On Capitol Hill, liberal Democrats and tea party Republicans use the …
A report in the German news magazine Der Spiegel claims that documents obtained by Edward Snowden show that the NSA has spied on the UN and European Union.
The ambiguous and cautious position adopted by Washington towards the ongoing developments in Egypt has raised many questions regarding what the United States is really looking for in the most …
Sunday, 18 August 2013 13:20

Reasons Washington's Egypt Aid Continues

Another 800 people died and thousands more injured in violence in Egypt, as Muslim Brotherhood crowds protested the military crackdown on their sit-ins that cost hundreds of lives this week.
The Muslim World is currently being terrorized by an unholy triangle, made up of the Crusader USA, the illegal Zionist entity called Israel, and the Takfiri or Wahhabi regime of …
Reports this week of the radical Islamist opposition in Syria massacring Kurds in the northern Syria is a disturbing development, but not nearly as disturbing as the strategic silence on …
US President Barack Obama’s Syria policy is fundamentally one of contradictions. Back in 2011, the president called for Bashar al-Assad to step down and proceeded to gradually support the armed …
The word “relevance” has now been officially tortured into a new word that means essentially nothing at all, as the Obama Administration’s “white paper” on surveillance stakes out a position …
Preventing another 9/11-type attack on American soil has been the obsession of two presidential administrations since terrorists flew planes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
In his first official remarks directed at the governments in favor of imposing pressure on Iran, Iranian President Hassan Rohani added new keywords to his diplomatic terminology, which, if properly …
The news today is that Guantanamo Bay’s head jailor William Lietzau, “in charge of the indefinite detention of a lot of people long-since cleared for release,” writes Jason Ditz, has …
The world’s most closely watched layover ended on Thursday as Russia granted temporary asylum to Edward Snowden, the accused intelligence leaker who’d been holed up in a Moscow airport’s transit …
The United States may boycott a planned summit with President Vladimir Putin next month in protest at Russia's decision to grant whistleblower Edward Snowden asylum.
Bradley Manning, a 25-year-old US private, downloaded more than 700,000 classified documents from US military servers and passed them to WikiLeaks.
To go or not to go to Russia in September, or how best to snub Moscow over Snowden – US foreign policy experts have met to weigh in on President …
The auto industry Big Three were loyal only to shareholders, not the people of Detroit. The city was gutted by that social choice. Capitalism as a system ought to be …