Michale T. Klare outlines how the U.S. Defense Department will seek a growing share of the country’s scientific and technological resources for military-oriented work.
Wong’s Australia — All the Way with USA
Regardless of her reassurances, Asian leaders will get the foreign minister’s message, writes Mary Kostakidis. And she offered little hope to the cause of freeing Julian Assange.
Craig Murray: Snowden & Teixeira
The behavior of The New York Times and Washington Post in the current case involving secret documents is truly shocking. In contrast to 10 years ago, they now see their mission as to serve the security state, not public knowledge.
Blair’s Former Allies on Trial for War Crimes
During the 1999 conflict over Kosovo, the KLA was seen by the U.K. as terrorist, but was covertly and overtly supported by the Labour government, Mark Curtis reports.
Daniel Ellsberg’s Ongoing Courage
No matter how much the defenders of the militaristic status quo have tried to relegate the Pentagon Papers whistleblower to the past, he has insisted on being present, writes Norman Solomon.
From Forever to Eternal War
More war and nothing else, the argument goes, will bring peace, writes Karen Greenberg.
WATCH: Protest at Australian Nuke Sub Port
Australians against deployment of nuclear submarines in their country protested Tuesday at the port where the AUKUS subs would be docked if Australia goes ahead with the A$368 billion plan.
The Answer to ‘Full Spectrum Dominance’
The United States is interested in safeguarding the profits of monopoly capital, which carries politicians in Washington around in its pockets like loose change, writes Roger McKenzie.
US Diplomacy — War, Never Peace
The neocons’ exceptionalist rhetoric — now standard fare — leads Washington into conflicts all over the world, in an unequivocal, Manichean way, write Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies.
The New York Times: The Empire’s Paper of Record
Among the latest pieces of unforgivable militarist smut is an article that frames Washington’s military encirclement of China as a defensive move by the U.S., writes Caitlin Johnstone.