The U.S. does not want to experience what Britain experienced in Suez in 1956: a watershed moment signaling an end to empire and global decline.
Seismic Iran-Saudi Rapprochement Isolates US
The Chinese-brokered diplomatic deal between Saudi Arabia and Iran not only opens the way for resolution of region-wide conflicts, but potentially foils U.S. Mideast designs based on Saudi-Iranian enmity, writes Joe Lauria.
Caitlin Johnstone: CNN Snaps Up Congressional Hawk
The network wasted no time in recruiting former Rep. Adam Kinzinger — arguably the most egregious warmonger on Capitol Hill — to its punditry lineup.
Britain’s Tangled Involvement in Yemen
The loan of a U.K. military officer raises further questions about impartiality of the office of the U.N. special envoy to Yemen when Martin Griffiths, a Briton, was in the post, Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis report.
Caitlin Johnstone: Good Thing Biden Beat Trump
As we approach the halfway mark of this president’s first term, it’s good to consider the top seven reasons why he is so much better than his predecessor.
Biden Kills Senate Resolution to End Yemen War
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.
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.
Chris Hedges: Monarchs Belong in the Dustbin of History
No other institution helps obscure the crimes of empire and buttress class rule and white supremacy so effectively.
Cruelties of the Queen’s Reign
Victims of British imperialism explain why they are far from mourning the death of the U.K. monarch.
Chris Hedges: When the Just Go to Prison
The imprisonment of Daniel Hale, federal prisoner 26069-075 in Marion, Illinois, is a microcosm of the vast gulag being constructed for all of us.