The Necessity Of Dismantling The US

By Kollibri terre Sonnenblume, Hampton Think. -

On February 26th, I interviewed Ajamu Baraka for my podcast. Baraka is a veteran grassroots organizer whose roots are in the Black Liberation Movement and anti-apartheid and Central American [...]

We Sampled Tap Water Across The US

By Ryan Felton, Lisa Gill and Lewis Kendall, Consumer Reports/The Guardian. -

In Connecticut, a condo had lead in its drinking water at levels more than double what the federal government deems acceptable. At a church in North Carolina, the water was contaminated with [...]

Epidemiologist Warns That A Fourth COVID-19 Surge Is Under Way

By Benjamin Mateus, WSWS. -

Leading US epidemiologist Dr. Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy in Minneapolis, gave a stark warning of a devastating new stage of the COVID-19 [...]

No Talks Needed For US Return To Iran Nuclear Deal

By Oleg Burunov, Sputnik News. -

Last month, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei announced that Tehran is in "no hurry" to return to its obligations under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, and is prepared to wait until the [...]

End US-UK Nuclear Collusion

By Leonard Eiger, Ground Zero Center. -

On March 16, the United Kingdom announced (in its Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Foreign Policy and Development titled Global Britain in a Competitive Age) that it will increase the [...]

China Issues Annual US Human Rights Report

By Chen Qingqing and Cao Siqi, Global Times. -

China published its annual US human rights situation report on Wednesday at a time when the US-led ideological battle against China has intensified, mainly over Xinjiang and other domestic [...]

On Contact: America’s Secret Government

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the rise of America's secret government with journalist and author David Talbot. David Talbot's book is ‘The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the [...]

North Korea Speaks Out On US Foreign Policy, Demands Respect

By Paektu Solidarity Alliance, Defend Korea. -

Choe Son Hui, First Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, gave a statement to media on the 17th. The statement said: The United States has tried to [...]

US Department Of Health Pressured Brazil Into Rejecting Sputnik V

By Tim Korso, Sputnik News. -

The developers of the Russian vaccine against the coronavirus have condemned the actions of the American authorities and stressed that nations should be fighting as a united front against the [...]

How ‘Big Ag’ Ate Up America’s Small Farms

By Bedabrata Pain, Times of India. -

The roads were icy and the wind biting cold as we started our 10,000-km journey through the heart of America one January morning. Sristy Agrawal, Rajashik Tarafder — young physicists pursuing [...]

Digital Colonialism: The Evolution Of American Empire

By Michael Kwet, ROAR Magazine. -

In 2020, billionaires made out like bandits. Jeff Bezos’s personal holdings surged from $113 to $184 billion. Elon Musk briefly eclipsed Bezos, with a net worth rise from $27 billion to over $185 [...]

Neither Washington Nor Beijing?

By Carlos Martinez, Invent the Future. -

A newcomer to politics would likely assume that members of the global left support the People’s Republic of China. It is after all led by a communist party, with Marxism as its guiding ideology. [...]

Defensive Moves Or Preparation For War With Iran?

By Elijah J. Magnier. -

The US has decided to deploy the Israeli Iron Dome Missile Interceptor Systems, purchased in 2019, in Eastern European countries and also in the Gulf countries where the US Central Command [...]

Why Israel Is Joining The Pentagon’s ‘Arab NATO’

By Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye. -

With none of the usual fanfare associated with such a momentous decision, the Pentagon announced last month a major reorganisation to bring Israel - for the first time - inside its military [...]

US Suffers Sharpest Rise In Poverty Rate In More Than 50 Years

By Alex Tanzi and Catarina Saraiva, Chicago Tribune. -

The end of 2020 brought the sharpest rise in the U.S. poverty rate since the 1960s, according to a new study. Economists Bruce Meyer from the University of Chicago and James Sullivan of the [...]