The U.N. General Assembly is holding a special session Monday on Ukraine. Watch it here (begins at 8-minute mark.)
Month: February 2022
The Consequences of Humiliating Russia
Russia’s actions in Ukraine are to a great extent the culmination of the numerous humiliations that the West has inflicted on Russia over the past 30 years, writes Michael Brenner.
Atlantic Council Praised Ukraine’s Nazi Azov Battalion
The Atlantic Council report was little more than a press release for Azov, written by a reporter who embedded inside the neo-Nazi militia, reports Ben Norton.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Resistance to Israel in the Time of Arafat
Those who fought and repulsed Israel in South Lebanon in 2006 are determined to never return to the time when Israel could invade Lebanon at will, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
ROBERT PARRY: Playing Nuclear Chicken Over Ukraine
With U.S.-Russia tension boiling over after Russia entered Ukraine’s 8-year civil war and on Sunday put its nuclear arsenal on alert, we reprint this dire warning from Robert Parry in March 2015.
Putin’s Nuclear Threat
The disconnect between the Western and Russian narratives in the current conflict could prove fatal to the world, writes Scott Ritter.
WATCH: ‘The War in Ukraine’
In 2015 and 2017, the Watchdog Media Institute released a 22-part video series on Maidan and Kiev’s war on ethnic Russians. Watch the summary 25-minute film and the entire series here.
ROBERT PARRY: The Mess That Nuland Made
Victoria Nuland engineered Ukraine’s “regime change” in early 2014 without weighing the likely chaos and consequences, wrote Robert Parry on July 13, 2015.
Chris Hedges: Chronicle of a War Foretold
After the fall of the Soviet Union, there was a near universal understanding among political leaders that NATO expansion would be a foolish provocation against Russia. The military-industrial complex would not allow such sanity to prevail.
Craig Murray: Your Man with the Petition
Murray describes his day in court, where his defense counsel said his case represents the biggest single interference with freedom of speech in the modern history of Scotland.