Global War on Terror

Declassification of documents exposing Banderite crimes

The Russian government has declassified documents relating to the trials of banderites at the end of the Great Patriotic War (World War II). These documents...

Chris Hedges: The Pimps of War

The unaccountable coterie of neocons and liberal interventionists who orchestrated two decades of military fiascos in the Middle East are now stoking a suicidal...

Nuclear War Is On The Horizon

Nuclear War Is On The Horizon As Facts Cannot Be Acknowledged, the Insane Drive into Nuclear War Cannot be Stopped Paul Craig Roberts Some readers have asked...

The Assault on Freedom of the Press in a Time of War

Wikileaks and War: Why didn’t we listen when Julian Assange exposed US war crimes? What is a war of aggression? What is a war crime?...

Cold War II or World War III?

Looking back, maybe the strangest thing of all is that most Americans, maybe most people on the planet, essentially forgot about nukes. "Such Consequences That...

Making Sense of the New Cold War Dreamscape

WJ Astore: Putin’s actions, whatever their motivation and justification, are being seized upon by the military-industrial-congressional complex as proof positive that Pentagon budgets, already in...

Negotiations for war are being held in Europe, while ‘peace talks’ are taking place in Turkey. Turkey’s influence is spreading across continents! The world’s...

kraine has become the battleground for the war between the East and the West. Clashes between Russia and Europe, the showdown between the U.S....

War on an Endangered Planet

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping in the Struggle over Eurasia Just as the relentless grinding of the earth’s tectonic plates produces earthquakes and volcanic eruptions,...

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