It’s hard to think of a word to describe all this besides “evil.” If intervening to ensure the continued mass starvation of children and mass military slaughter of civilians is not evil, then nothing is evil, says Caitlin Johnstone.
Category: Saudi Arabia
The World Cup Reignites Pan-Arabism
The first World Cup to be held in an Arab land has sparked a resurgence of Arab nationalism, support for Palestine and rejection of the Abraham Accords, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
UN Report: 11,000 Children Killed in Yemen
The true death toll of children is likely far higher as millions face hunger and disease, UNICEF said.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Zhou Enlai’s Posthumous Triumph
Nations now fashioning a post–Western world order appear to be abiding by the Five Principles espoused by China’s first and long-serving premier.
Britain’s Covert War in Yemen
The U.K.’s current war in Yemen is not the first time Britain has contributed to devastating the country, writes Mark Curtis.
WATCH: Time to End the War Now
CN Editor Joe Lauria speaks to Regis Tremblay about the need for compromise to end the war but why it will likely continue indefinitely, especially in light of the pipeline attack.
The Timing of the Pipeline Attack
The U.S. had already forced Germany to shut down Nord Stream 2 but there are signs that an end to the Ukraine war would have put it back online, writes Joe Lauria.
Ukraine Is the New Israel
As`ad AbuKhalil says current U.S.-NATO strategic calculations are demoting Israel from its once central position and will leave the apartheid state increasingly reliant on new alliances with the U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia.
Nationalizing UK Energy Companies
Many people will say this can’t be done, but of course it has been done before, writes Andrew Fisher, a former Labour policy chief.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Attack on Salman Rushdie
The debate between Muslims and Westerners about the parameters of freedom of speech has been reignited, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.