The Great Contest of Our Time Is between Humanity and Imperialism

By Vijay, The Tricontinental. -

"The US does not ‘stand firmly with the people of Cuba’. In fact, the US stands on the neck of the Cuban people. This is clear to the 184 member states of the UN that voted on 23 June to send a [...]

Haitians Reject Calls For US Military Intervention

By Dan Cohen, Mintpress News. -

Two weeks after the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, the specter of U.S. military intervention looms large over the island nation. While the Biden administration has rebuffed a [...]

Activists Challenge Subsidies For Weapons Maker

By Taylor Barnes, World Beyond War. -

On a warm Saturday morning in May, a group of demonstrators gathered in a public square in Asheville, North Carolina, for the kind of protest lawmakers don’t usually foresee when they haggle for [...]

The Collective Suicide Machine

By Chris Hedges, ScheerPost. -

The debacle in Afghanistan, which will unravel into chaos with lightning speed over the next few weeks and ensure the return of the Taliban to power, is one more signpost of the end of the [...]

America Vs. China: ‘A Clash Of Civilizations’

By Michael Wong, The China Fear Factor. -

Hillary Clinton famously said, “’I don’t want my grandchildren to live in a world dominated by the Chinese.” During his tenure, President Obama launched his “Pivot to Asia,” moving 60% of US [...]

It’s Time To End The US War On Syria, Not Restart It

By Coleen Rowley and Wyatt Miller, Counterpunch. -

The Biden administration’s ending of a 20 year war in Afghanistan is a good sign but its airstrikes in Iraq and Syria last month are a bad sign. These airstrikes highlight the US military’s [...]

‘The Afghanistan War Was A Disaster;’ Veteran Danny Sjursen On US ‘Pullout’

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

The Pentagon has started closing military bases and pulling troops out of Afghanistan but confusion over what this means for the United States' longest war exists. For clarification, Clearing the [...]

Nicaragua’s Sandinistas Battle ‘Diabolical’ US Empire And Poverty

By Ben Norton, The Grayzone. -

Managua, Nicaragua – 42 years after the victory of the Sandinista revolution, Nicaraguans are still celebrating the gains of the leftist movement, and hoping to take the transformative process to [...]

Palestine Welcomes Decision To Investigate Israeli Violations

By Telesur English. -

On Thursday, Palestine welcomed a decision by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNCHR) to form an independent international commission to investigate Israeli violations of Palestinian [...]

Top US General Won’t Commit To Ending Afghanistan Airstrikes

By Jason Ditz, AntiWar.Com. -

The war in Afghanistan is meant to be effectively over, with the last US troops leaving by the end of August. McKenzie, however, suggests that the US intention to continue to support its partners [...]

Venezuela Warns US For Military Aircraft Violating Its Airspace

A C-17 military transport aircraft belonging to the US Air Force flew into Venezuela’s Zulia state, which borders Colombia, on Thursday evening, its Minister of Defense Vladimir Padrino Lopez [...]

This Is Where The US Might Invade Next

By Lee Camp, Redacted Tonight -

Lee Camp sits down with investigative journalist Ann Garrison to learn about the U.S.'s imperialist goals in Ethiopia. Garrison is a contributing editor at Black Agenda Report who has been [...]

What The Media Isn’t Telling You About The War In Tigray

By Rania Khalek, Breakthrough News. -

Ethiopia has been in the headlines in recent months as the TPLF, a Tigrayan rebel group that ruled the country for three decades, violently seized the northern Ethiopian state of Tigray from the [...]

Biden Promised Diplomacy, But Is Overseeing A Military Buildup Against China

By Ann Wright, Truthout. -

Shortly after Joe Biden took office, the president delivered a speech at the U.S. Department of State, declaring, “I want the world to hear today: America is back…. Diplomacy is back at the [...]

US History Of Neocolonial Intervention

By Aaron Maté, The Grayzone. -

A growing number of suspects in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse have US ties. At least one is a former DEA informant and several have received U.S. military training. Scholar [...]