Odessa has imposed a two-day curfew on the anniversary of the burning alive of anti-Maidan protestors on May 2, 2014, reports Joe Lauria.
Month: April 2022
UKRAINE: The Real Zelensky
Natylie Baldwin interviews academic Olga Baysha about Ukraine’s president, a former TV actor who has become, since the start of the war, an A-list celebrity in the U.S.
US National Labor Board’s Budget Squeeze
More funding – not just in fiscal year 2023, but right now – is needed to defend the right to organize and enforce labor law against increasingly hostile employers, writes C.M. Lewis.
UKRAINE: The Realist Father of Poland’s Hawkish PM
Morawiecki’s eagerness to be in the vanguard of the West’s proxy war with Russia in Ukraine does not, so to say, run in the family, writes Michal Krupa.
CAITLIN JOHNSTONE: Being Anti-War Isn’t Easy
In real time, the war will always look necessary from the mainstream perspective, and it won’t look like those other wars which are known in retrospect to be mistakes.
The Madeleine Albright I Knew
The Consortium News editor-in-chief covered Madeleine Albright, who died on March 23, on a daily basis between 1993 and 1997 when she was the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Here are some of his recollections.
The Sword & the Cross at Albright’s Funeral
The late U.S. secretary of state’s association with Biden and the Clintons can be seen as a war-making, mutually absolving clique, writes Sam Husseini.
Who Is the Hero? Albright vs. Assange
Lawrence Davidson checks on the answer, from inside and outside the Establishment.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Ukraine & the Strength of Nonalignment
Liberals once mocked the Bush–Cheney regime’s with-us-or-against-us routines. Now the trans–Atlantic foreign policy cliques have no capacity to see the world differently.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: France Stuck in the Extreme Center
After years of neoliberalism, French politics that venture outside the conformist center’s unshakable loyalty to the Atlantic Alliance are now dangerously “extreme.”