A scandal rocking Europe further undermines trust in politicians nominally on the left, writes Attilio Moro.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: The Arms-Swapper
Antony Blinken has been foraging around for Russian weapons for Ukraine. He even asked Cyprus.
Craig Murray: Turkey, NATO & Peace in Ukraine
Erdogan’s opposition to Swedish and Finnish accession to the military alliance goes beyond those countries’ perceived support for Kurdish resistance groups.
Outrage as Azov Nazi Addresses Greek Parliament
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky brought along an Azov Nazi of Greek heritage to his speech to the Greek Parliament on Thursday and all hell broke loose, reports Joe Lauria.
READ: Transcript of CN Live! — ‘Ukraine: The Economic Fallout’ With Richard Wolff and Michael Hudson
Economists Michael Hudson and Richard Wolff joined CN Live! to discuss the economic war against Russia and its boomerang effect on the West. Does it mean that globalization is over?
PATRICK LAWRENCE: The Empire’s Last Stand
The origins of the first Cold War have been hopelessly blurred in the histories. We can watch this time. It is occurring before our eyes.
95 Greek & 10 Icelandic MPs Join Call to Biden to Free Assange
The Greek and Icelandic MPs have joined British and Australian counterparts in telling President Joe Biden to drop the charges against the WikiLeaks publisher.
COVID-19: The City in a Time of Plague
History teaches us that epidemics are more like revelatory moments than social transformers, writes Pepe Escobar.
COVID-19: Thucydides and the Plague of Athens
The lessons we learn from coronavirus will come from our experiences, not from Thucydides, but he offers a description of a city-state in crisis as poignant and powerful now, as it was in 430BC, writes Chris Mackie.