Global Research - Jan 24, 12
Biased reporting of civil disturbances in Belarus coupled with the US recently enacting the "Belarus Democracy and Human Rights Act" suggest a policy of Western interference with the Lukashenko government.
Sergei Balmasov - Jan 19, 12
NATO's missile system, which the USA has been building near Russia's borders. The radar station will be controlled from Germany. The station is located in the town of Malatya, which is 500 kilometers to the south-east of Ankara and some 700 kilometers from the border with Iran. Turkish and US servicemen will serve at the station.
Larry Everest - Jan 13, 12
The danger of a U.S.-Israeli war on Iran is escalating rapidly. The U.S. and its allies are ramping up their all-around assault on Iran, including new crippling sanctions, and openly threatening to attack. Ground is being laid daily in the headlines and statements by politicians of every stripe in mainstream U.S. politics calling for aggression against Iran—all justified by unsubstantiated assertions that Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons.
Julian Rose - Jan 10, 12
Poland's premier is ready to lead Poland into a new servitude to corporate greed.
Charles Recknagel - Jan 06, 12
It's been more than two months since antiregime fighters captured and killed former Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi.
Peter Symonds - Jan 02, 12
The Obama administration’s bellicose stance towards Iran is setting the stage for a dangerous slide towards war in the Persian Gulf. Having provoked Tehran with legislation for what amounts to an oil embargo, the US is threatening Iran with military action if it retaliates by shutting down the Strait of Hormuz.
Charles Recknagel - Dec 30, 11
The coming year could be the make-or-break moment for the embattled eurozone. Europe could either continue on the path of ever-greater integration - or return to being a regional group of rival states.
Stephen Lendman - Dec 26, 11
In 2011, Obama continued the destructive pattern he followed in years one and two. Throughout his tenure, he's done what supporters thought impossible.
Sherwood Ross - Dec 20, 11
Even though it has spent at least $60 billion to destroy them, the Pentagon is losing the battle to combat the Improvised Explosive Devices(IEDs), which have accounted for two out of every three U.S. casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Stephen Lendman - Dec 16, 11
Bankers rule the world. A new Swiss Federal Institute of Technology study says so.