The program looks at Russia’s military operation in Ukraine, its causes, its aims, and its likely aftermaths with Alexander Mercouris, Mark Sleboda, Scott Ritter and Tony Kevin.
Month: February 2022
WATCH: Belmarsh Tribunal NYC LIVE
Following its first hearing in London last year, the Belmarsh Tribunal comes to New York City. Watch it here live today at 2 pm EST, 7 pm in London.
Caitlin Johnstone: 12 Thoughts on Ukraine
The U.S. power alliance has a choice between escalating aggressions against Russia to world-threatening levels or doing what anti-imperialists have been begging them to do for years and pursue detente.
Why Putin Went to War
Russia says it has no intentions of controlling Ukraine and its military operation is only to “demilitarize” and “de-Nazify” Ukraine in an action taken after 30 years of the U.S. pushing Russia too far, writes Joe Lauria.
WATCH: UN Security Council Meets as Russian Operation Begins
The U.N. Security Council again met in emergency session on Wednesday night in New York as Russia began its military operation in Ukraine. Watch the entire session here.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: US Foreign Policy Is a Cruel Sport
Bear baiting was long ago banned as inhumane. Yet today, a version is being practiced every day against whole nations on a gigantic international scale.
Ukraine Shrinks Again
Tony Kevin says Putin was desperate for something other than this lose-lose outcome for both East and West.
WATCH: UN General Assembly Debate on Ukraine
The United Nations General Assembly met Wednesday to debate the situation in Ukraine. Watch replay of entire session, now completed, with English interpretation here.
What Is the Difference Between Kosovo & Donbass?
The U.S. has declared that Donbass is different. How it is different, nobody will say, because you are not supposed to ask, writes Vladimir Golstein.
Craig Murray: Appealing Imprisonment for Journalism
On Wednesday Murray goes back to court to fight the potentially far-reaching legal distinction made in his case between “new media” and “mainstream media” and journalism’s liability to prosecution and imprisonment.