Efforts by the U.S. and NATO to draw Africa into their geopolitical conflicts raise serious concerns, writes Vijay Prashad.
My 10 Years of Reporting on AFRICOM
A decade ago, Nick Turse embarked on a quest to cover what the U.S. military was doing in Africa.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: The Strong, and the Merely Powerful
In the world order now emerging, it is genuinely strong nations that will prevail over those reliant on power alone, and force will have little to do with it.
Decolonizing the Mind
It requires a rejection of what passes for news and conventional wisdom, writes Margaret Kimberly.
What if the 2024 ‘Whispers’ Are Right?
Queen of Chaos: Her record, and her own words, show us exactly what we can expect from a Hillary Clinton presidency, write Jeremy Kuzmarov and Steve Brown.
‘Blowback:’ UK, Libya & the Manchester Attack
Phil Miller introduces a film probing the role of British foreign policy in contributing to the atrocity.
Is There a Price in Blood for British Foreign Policy?
There are powerful reasons to regard both the 7/7 bombings and the 2017 Manchester Arena atrocity as different versions of blowback, writes Peter Oborne.
Ukraine Is the Latest Neocon Disaster
If Europe has any insight, it will separate itself from these U.S. foreign policy debacles, writes Jeffrey D. Sachs.
UK Knew Terrorists Would Gain from Toppling Gaddafi
The revelation raises serious questions about British foreign policy and whether David Cameron misled Parliament, write Phil Miller and Mark Curtis.
Chris Hedges: The Age of Self-Delusion
You can’t drain and impoverish the nation to feed an insatiable military machine unless you make its people afraid, even of phantoms.