Category Archives: foreign policy

Saving the World

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Everyone Has Fallen for the Lies About Venezuela By Lee Camp/ Truthdig/ February 19, 2019   There are three things I know for sure in this fanciful, sometimes inglorious experience we call life: You will never have a safety pin … Continue reading

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So, We’re the Good Guys?

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War: Good For the Military-Industrial Complex

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COMING SOON TO YOUR COUNTRY?

In China’s new surveillance state, everyone will be watched, reviewed and rated Social credit and a high-tech, all-seeing government will keep every citizen in line By James O’Malley/ The Spectator/ December 5, 2018 The bullet train from Beijing to Shanghai … Continue reading

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Tired of Losing?

Why American Leaders Persist in Waging Losing Wars Hint: They’re Winning in Other Ways By William Astore/ TomDispatch.com/ October 25, 2018 As America enters the 18th year of its war in Afghanistan and its 16th in Iraq, the war on … Continue reading

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Speaking Truth to Power

 

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October Surprise?

Published in Los Angeles Times, July 25, 2018 To the editor: Trump’s all-caps rant against the Iranian government on Twitter late Sunday night may turn out to be more than just macho banter.    The president has surrounded himself with … Continue reading

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SCAPEGOATING IRAN

By Chris Hedges/ Truthdig/ June 11, 2018 The warmongers have no more of a plan for “regime change” in Iran than they had in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya or Syria. European allies, whom Trump alienated when he walked away from the … Continue reading

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WAR WITH IRAN–IS IT INEVITABLE?

By Arlen Grossman (also published in OpEdNews.com) A major war in the Middle East would be catastrophic, yet that is the direction we are heading. With President Trump withdrawing from the nuclear accord with Iran, we are left with a … Continue reading

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