In the second part of his review of Benjamin Netanyahu’s new book, Bibi: My Story, the author explores the Israeli prime ministers fraught relations with several world leaders, including U.S. presidents.
AS`AD AbuKHALIL: Netanyahu’s Anthology of Errors, Fabrications & Falsehoods
If you don’t care about human rights violations and if you are a champion of war crimes, the Israeli prime minister’s new book, Bibi: My Story, is for you.
A Fantasy of Angelic, US Omnipotence
Bruce Fein says Robert Kagan is convinced the U.S. has yet to metamorphose the world into paradise because of insufficient appreciation of its omnipotence, omniscience and benevolence, as outlined in Kagan’s 2006 neocon book Dangerous Nation.
The Calamity of America’s ‘Divine Mission’
Robert Kagan’s monumental error is his failure to acknowledge that Americans, like the rest of mankind, are made of crooked timber craving power for its own sake, writes Bruce Fein.
AS’AD AbuKHALIL: Fouad Ajami – the West’s House Arab
The land the late Arab-American political scientist evokes in his posthumously published memoir is not a real place with real people. It is a land inhabited by people who Western racists would like to imagine.
Pompeo — A Monster Slaying Monsters Abroad
Bruce Fein reviews the new book by the former U.S. secretary of state, Never Give an Inch: Fighting for the America I Love.
Chris Hedges: Russell Banks & Troubled America
Few contemporary novelists have explored the undercurrents of American society with more insight and pathos than Russell Banks, who died earlier this month.
Afghans Denounce Prince Harry’s War ‘Cruelties’
Protest and condemnation follow revelations that the British royal killed 25 Afghans while on tour with the military.
Who Determines What’s ‘Disinformation’?
The powerful have reasons for wanting to combat what they consider to be “disinformation” — they want their version of the truth to become ours, writes Stavroula Pabst.
Chris Hedges: Teaching ‘The Gulag Archipelago’ in Prison
There are many disturbing similarities between the brutality imposed on Stalin’s victims and the injustices endured by the incarcerated in U.S. federal and state prisons.