The Shadow Of Torture Behind Trump’s Britain Visit

By Staff, Aclu.org -

As President Trump visits the United Kingdom, the focus has been on strained trans-Atlantic relations, his intervention in domestic politics, and massive public protests. A different, [...]

“Officials” Attempt To Sabotage Further North Korea Talks

By Moon Of Alabama, Moonofalabama.org -

The result of the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore was a "freeze for freeze" deal. North Korea stopped its nuclear and missile testing while the U.S. stopped the large maneuvers it regularity held [...]

Agreement Reached Between North Korea And United States, Meaning?

By Emanuel Pastreich, Koreatimes.co.kr -

Perhaps you watched the forced smiles on the faces of President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as they exchanged words with Kim Yong-chol, vice-chairman of the Central Committee [...]

Statement Of Unity On The Upcoming U.S.-North Korea Summit

By Staff, Zoominkorea.org -

Since the historic April 27 summit between the leaders of North and South Korea at Panmunjom, longstanding tensions and war threats on the Korean peninsula have given way to the promise of peace [...]

Mueller Finally Starts To Target Trump’s Israel Ties

By John R. Schindler, Observer.com -

Our media has followed the Justice Department’s investigation of President Donald Trump’s ties to Russia closely for more than a year, with each revelation getting granular analysis amid endless [...]

Worst Possible Pick For U.S. Ambassador To South Korea

By David Swanson, Davidswanson.org -

In Joseph Hickman’s book Murder at Camp Delta, he describes a hideous death camp in which guards were trained to view the prisoners as sub-human and much greater care was taken to protect the [...]

Who’s Afraid Of Talking With Kim Jong Un?

By Jonathan Marshall, Consortiumnews.com -

Americans should welcome President Trump’s apparent willingness to speak with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, but instead naysayers are warning of dire consequences, Jonathan Marshall explains. Three [...]

The Two Koreas Talk: On The Path To Peace

By Staff, Zoominkorea.org -

Following a two-day meeting with North Korean officials in Pyongyang, South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s special envoy returned to Seoul on March 6. The special envoy had dinner with North [...]

15 Cases: Constructive vs Destructive U.S. Foreign Policies

By Johan Galtung, Transcend.org -

The right column is sadly familiar; add more recent cases. The left column also carries an element of sadness but nothing really radical; more like common sense that could easily be translated [...]

North and South Korea Discuss Olympic Cooperation

By Staff, Zoominkorea.org   -

On January 9, high-level officials from North and South Korea met to discuss the North’s participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea in February. The inter-Korean [...]

Putin Challenger Almost Entirely A Creature Of The US State Department

By Andre Damon, wsws.org -

Over the past year, the Democratic Party and leading American media outlets have been monomaniacally focused on unsubstantiated allegations that the 2016 US elections were undermined by Russian [...]

Washington’s Pre-War Demonization Formula Is Targeting Iran, Again

By Darius Shahtahmasebi, Mintpressnews.com -

WASHINGTON (Analysis) — The United States has had Iran in its crosshairs for decades and current media coverage indicates that US-Iranian relations are only getting worse. In 1953, the CIA [...]

Honduran Authorities Detain U.S. Human Rights Observer 11 Hours

By Staff, ggjalliance.org -

By Staff of Grassroots Global Justice Alliance - WASHINGTON - With just hours to go before the Honduran elections, an international human rights observer from the United States was detained for [...]

How U.S. Aristocracy Made A Foreign-Policy Chump Out Of Trump

By Eric Zuesse, thesaker.is -

By Eric Zuesse for The Saker Blog - In order to understand Donald Trump’s foreign policies, a person must be totally open-minded to at least the possibility that the U.S. is the world’s most [...]

ACT OUT! [136] – Cuba: What You Didn’t Know You Didn’t Know

By Eleanor Goldfield, occupy.com -

By Eleanor Goldfield for Occupy - This week on Act Out!, Cuba – the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful. From my experiences there two weeks ago, to new updates on U.S.-Cuba relations, I'll [...]

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