By satisfying an extremist religious constituency, Ramzy Baroud says the prime minister is turning Israel into a country with leaders determined to institute a religious war.
The Vassalage at Heart of the G7
Following the end of the Second World War, the United States built an international system that was premised on the subordination and integration of Japan and Europe, writes Vijay Prashad.
China, Russia & NATO’s July Summit
Zelensky’s European tour can be seen as the run-up to the Atlantic military alliance’s meeting in Lithuania in two months, writes M.K. Bhadrakumar.
Depleted Uranium: Courts Accept Cancer Risk Denied by UK Army
Italian veterans may be winning compensation for their wartime exposure, but Phil Miller reports the British army insists it is safe to supply Ukraine with the toxic tank shells.
Qatargate & the Decline of the European Left
A scandal rocking Europe further undermines trust in politicians nominally on the left, writes Attilio Moro.
Worldwide Human Rights Day Rallies for Assange
Rallies for Julian Assange in front of British embassies and consulates from Rome to New York and other cities around the world will be held on Saturday, Human Rights Day.
Meloni’s New ‘March on Rome’?
The Italian Republic was born from the ashes of Fascism, with the post-war constitution enshrining pluralism. Giorgia Meloni, nonetheless, got the majority of the vote, reports Attilio Moro.
Chris Hedges: Fascism is Returning
As in the 1930s, a bankrupt liberalism, grotesque social inequality and declining living standards are empowering fascist movements in Europe and the U.S.
COP26: Will Rich Nations Allow Our Planet to Breathe?
Rather than focus on the necessary energy transition, Vijay Prashad says developed countries have taken to crude propaganda against a handful of developing states.
Textile Workers & the ‘8×5’ Fight in Italy
Morganne Blais-McPherson recounts a victory by immigrant workers and a growing, independent union that represents them.