People are getting arrested at a factory in the U.K. belonging to Israel’s largest weapons manufacturer for doing nothing but exercising the democratic right to protest.
Britain’s Revolving Door
Senior civil servants and military top brass move seamlessly into lucrative jobs in companies they were previously responsible for regulating, writes Richard Norton-Taylor.
US Remains Largest Military Spender by Far
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute’s data shows that Washington spends three times as much on its military than China, the second-largest spender, Ashik Siddique reports.
South Korea’s Pivot to Conflict
President Yoon is staking the country’s security and economic future on a declining U.S.-led global order, write Dae-Han Song and Alice Kim.
Chris Hedges: Julian Assange — A Fight We Must Not Lose
“This legal lynching marks the official beginning of corporate totalitarianism” — from a talk the author gave at a rally in New York on World Press Freedom Day.
WATCH: The Missiles at the Heart of the Ukraine War
Former C.I.A. Soviet analyst Ray McGovern gave this talk, about the critical U.S. missile deployments in Eastern Europe, to the Massachusetts Peace Action and Community Church of Boston.
AS’AD AbuKHALIL: Who Is Fighting Whom in Sudan?
The conflict is domestic, regional and international. Western media have been exaggerating the role of the Wagner Group and all but omitting the influence of U.S. allies in the region.
Using Poison in Ukraine’s Depleted Hope of Victory
Britain’s decision to send depleted uranium rounds to Kiev represents more than a dangerous escalation in the West’s proxy war with a nuclear-armed power, writes Elizabeth Vos.
Chris Hedges: The Enemy from Within
The war industry, a state within a state, disembowels the nation, stumbles from one military fiasco to the next, strips us of civil liberties and pushes us towards suicidal wars with Russia and China.
John Pilger: The Coming War — Time to Speak Up
Silences filled with a consensus of propaganda contaminate almost everything we read, see and hear. War by media is now a key task of so-called mainstream journalism.