Accuracy no longer matters. Witnessing no longer matters. Conformity matters, writes Patrick Lawrence.
Category: Korea Peninsula
NATO’s Neverending Wars
If more lethal weapons were the answer, the conflict in Ukraine would have been resolved years ago, writes Ramzy Baroud. The country needs help finding non-violent solutions.
WATCH: CN Live!—New Season, Episode 1: Dissident Intellectual
The premiere episode of Season 3 of CN Live!, looks at the career of Richard Falk, a former UN special rapporteur on Palestine, & an outspoken critic of U.S. foreign policy.
The Korean War’s Forgotten Lessons on the Evil of Intervention
The secrecy and deceit surrounding U.S. war crimes has had catastrophic consequences in this century, writes James Bovard.
It’s Time for the US to Face Up to Its War Crimes
Australia had to reveal heinous crimes its troops committed in Afghanistan, even after it prosecuted a whistleblower and raided a TV station. It’s time for the U.S. to launch serious investigations of its own conduct in war, writes Joe Lauria.
The Impossible Dream
The former national security adviser reveals a national goal that is simple and blunt: American dominance of the world, writes Michael Brenner.
COVID-19: A New Appeal Against Preparations for War
In response to the atmosphere of war that the U.S. is creating during the Great Lockdown, Vijay Prashad and Abdallah El Harif are issuing a fresh appeal for peace.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Trump’s Creaky Door to Peace in the Koreas
The question is, which side betrayed the once-promising prospect of denuclearization and an end of seven decades of flashpoint tension in Northeast Asia.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Brighter US-Iran Prospects
Despite the seemingly escalating risks of war, last week also produced an unexpected drift toward the mahogany table.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Trump & the Bolton-Pompeo Axis
Patrick Lawrence eyes the U.S. president’s difficulties with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor John Bolton as he tries to resume peace talks with Pyongyang.