We are, literally, on the eve of destruction. Now is the time for the kind of political maturity leaders rarely demonstrate.
Month: September 2022
WATCH: UN Security Council Debate on Ukraine
The U.N. Security Council on Friday debated the latest developments in Ukraine.
Our Coverage of the Ukraine War
CN has been ahead of the news on Ukraine, from reporting the coup and warning of nuclear catastrophe as far back as 2015, to news of the current phase of the conflict. Help us to continue our coverage.
Text of Putin’s Speech Blasting ‘Neo-Colonial’ West
The Russian president on Friday slammed the West for a history of abuse against the rest of the world as he announced that four Ukrainian oblasts had joined the Russian Federation.
The US Military’s Culture of Lies
William Astore says the U.S. is a nation being unmade by war, the very opposite of what most Americans are taught. If wars were won with lies, he argues, the U.S. would be undefeated.
‘Not a Sin to Vote for Lula’
Ahead of Sunday’s elections, Zoe Alexandra reports on Evangelicals as an important voting bloc in Brazil and the effort by Workers’ Party supporters to reach them.
WATCH: Time to End the War Now
CN Editor Joe Lauria speaks to Regis Tremblay about the need for compromise to end the war but why it will likely continue indefinitely, especially in light of the pipeline attack.
66 Nations at UN Say ‘End War in Ukraine’
“Too much blood has been spilled” — Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies highlight a few of the many under-reported appeals made at the General Assembly for peaceful negotiations.
Rafael Correa: ‘They Have Already Destroyed Assange’
Declassified UK’s Matt Kennard sits down with the former president of Ecuador who in 2012 granted the WikiLeaks publisher asylum and now lives in political asylum himself.
Telecom Workers in California Winning Grievance Strikes
Thomas Ham says he and his co-workers have come out of each unfair labor practice strike with a greater sense of power and solidarity.