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  • Palestinians Are Not Liars: Confronting the Violence of Media Delegitimization
    On January 19, during one of its raids in the Occupied West Bank, the Israeli military arrested a Palestinian journalist, Abdul Muhsen Shalaldeh, near the town of Al-Khalil (Hebron). This is just the latest of a staggering number of violations against Palestinian journalists, and against freedom of expression. A few... Read more »
  • Fact Checking Zelensky on Non-Alignment
    In his annual message to the parliament of Ukraine at the end of 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Ukraine has changed the world by uniting the West and making non-alignment unpalatable. He said that Ukraine has "helped the West find itself again," that it has "united the European... Read more »
  • Iraq Daily Roundup: Three Killed
    Ten people were wounded. The post <I>Iraq Daily Roundup</I>: Three Killed appeared first on Antiwar.com Original.... Read more »
  • The Legacy of George W. Bush and His Torturers
    In the days and months following the attacks of 9/11, the government laid the blame for orchestrating the attacks on Osama bin Ladin. Then, after bin Ladin was murdered in his home in Pakistan in 2011, the government decided that the true mastermind of 9/11 was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed. By... Read more »
  • The US Is Making Billions Being Warlords in Yemen
    One of Biden’s promises during his presidential campaign was to immediately move to end all support for the Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen. In February 2021, Biden stood at a podium at the State Department and proclaimed that the war in Yemen must end. Biden underlined the humanitarian crisis as... Read more »
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  • Imperial Nostalgia and Its Perils
    Although great empires rank among the most powerful engines of world history, they are also among the most dangerous, especially as they brood over their decline. The Russian empire provides a striking illustration of this phenomenon.  Traditionally referred to as the “prison of nations,” Russia, in its Czarist and Soviet... Read more »
  • Imperial Nostalgia and Its Perils
    Although great empires rank among the most powerful engines of world history, they are also among the most dangerous, especially as they brood over their decline. The Russian empire provides a striking illustration of this phenomenon.  Traditionally referred to as the “prison of nations,” Russia, in its Czarist and Soviet... Read more »
  • Military and Economic Power Once Again Fail to Produce Happiness
    Although the rulers of the world’s major military and economic powers have repeatedly claimed that they are making their nations great again, their policies have not resulted in widespread happiness among their citizens. That conclusion emerges from the recent World Happiness Report-2022, published by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network. ... Read more »
  • Who Speaks for the World?
    Russia’s brutal war upon the nation of Ukraine should remind us that, for thousands of years, great powers have used their military might to launch military assaults upon smaller, weaker societies. Since World War II alone, these acts of aggression have included France’s colonial wars in Indochina and Algeria, Britain’s... Read more »
  • Peace in Ukraine through neutrality and peaceful EU membership, end the USA’s proxy war against Russia
    Ethnic division was used to consolidate control by the USA and Nationalists of Ukraine. They have signed Minsk Peace Accords to end the civil wars in Donbas region through referendums, signed since 2015, but they did not implement them, because maintaining an active civil war front psyche of ‘them and... Read more »