By celebrating a Waffen-SS volunteer as a “hero,” Canada has highlighted a longstanding policy that has seen Ottawa train fascist militants in Ukraine while welcoming in thousands of post-war Nazi SS veterans, writes Max Blumenthal.
To go over a 2016 article by the renowned journalist now, in 2023, is like watching someone placing flags next to recently planted seeds that would eventually grow into the towering problems our world now faces.
A South African official met an unprepared and “desperate” Victoria Nuland, begging for local help rolling back the popular coup in Niger. The recent BRICS conference might give Nuland even more to fret about, reports Anya Parampil.
Every empire falls and the fantasy of American exceptionalism doesn’t exempt the U.S., writes Wilmer J. Leon, III. Yet the failing hegemon behaves as though it still controls events, but instead creates worldwide danger.
Lisbon, following the revolution, was the author’s classroom. As Washington made another nation one of its experiments in altered reality, the U.S. press played POLO — “the power of leaving out” — with abandon.
Private contractors run the nuclear warhead complex and build nuclear delivery vehicles. To keep the gravy train running, those contractors spend millions lobbying decision-makers, writes William D. Hartung.