Tag Archives: US Foreign Policy

Washington’s Global Economic Wars

By James Petras Source: Axis of Logic Introduction During most of the past two decades Washington has aggressively launched military and economic wars against at least nine countries, either directly or through its military aid to regional allies and proxies.  … Continue reading

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And the Beat Goes On: Mega-rich get richer. Society Crumbles

By Robert De Filippis (OpEdNews.com) While most of us have been taking our kids to Little League games, betting on the Super Bowl, taking an occasional vacation and waiting for the American Dream to become a reality, we haven’t noticed … Continue reading

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How War Propaganda Keeps on Killing

By Robert Parry Source: Consortium News A key reason why American foreign debacles have been particularly destructive mostly to the countries attacked but also to the United States is that these interventions are always accompanied by major U.S. government investments … Continue reading

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A Nonviolent Strategy to Liberate Syria

Editor’s note: While we do not completely agree with the author’s analysis of factors leading to the strife in Syria, we share his desire for greater peace, freedom and stability in the region. By Robert J. Burrowes In early 2011, as … Continue reading

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The Age of Disintegration

Neoliberalism, Interventionism, the Resource Curse, and a Fragmenting World By Patrick Cockburn Source: TomDispatch.com We live in an age of disintegration. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Greater Middle East and Africa. Across the vast swath of territory … Continue reading

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America’s War Party

By Steven Lendman Source: SteveLendman Blog America is a one-party state with two wings, each virtually identical to the other, differing only in style and rhetoric. They’re in lockstep on issues mattering most – notably supporting endless wars at the … Continue reading

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War Pabulum: The Perils of War as a Master Narrative

  By W.J. Astore Source: Bracing Views I was reading the novelist Ursula K. Le Guin and came across the following commentary by her: “A hero whose heroism consists of killing people is uninteresting to me, and I detest the hormonal … Continue reading

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America, the World’s Most Dangerous Dictatorship

By Gordon Duff Source: New Eastern Outlook Though Russia doesn’t consider herself a superpower, other than the US, and just perhaps China, Russia is as close as we come. A very real problem is that Russia has a very poor … Continue reading

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