The timing of the U.S. attack on the Nord Stream pipelines last September may have been dictated by events in the war at the time, Joe Lauria reported on Sept. 28, 2022.
Category: News Analysis
The Limits of Change in Britain
The same “market discipline” currently giving Britain’s new prime minister a bloody nose would have crushed a Corbyn programme if he’d won power, writes Jonathan Cook.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: The Imaginary War
It began when the Biden regime and the press misrepresented Russian aims in Ukraine. All else has flowed from it.
John Kiriakou: The Setback in Russiagate Probe
The jury foreperson said politics wasn’t a factor. But was any prosecution of a senior Clinton campaign official possible in a jurisdiction where Clinton beat Trump 91-4?
Mali & the French Project in Africa’s Sahel
Despite all the talk of trade, Vijay Prashad says the real focus of the G5 Sahel was always going to be security.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Russia’s Red Line
It is absolutely necessary that Moscow holds the line for the sake of a new security order in Europe and a sustainably stable world order in our time.
UKRAINE CRISIS: German Navy Chief Resigns; Britain Spreads Fears of Russian ‘Coup’ & Wider War
The German admiral’s frank remarks contradict the war hysteria being drummed up by the U.S. and Britain, Joe Lauria reports.
Study: Mega Corporations Driving US Food Prices
The Groundwork Collaborative finds that a handful of companies now exert an ever-greater degree of market control.
The Fake ‘Facebook Whistleblower’
Two different kinds of activities are being blurred by using the same word, writes Jonathan Cook. And a lot hangs on how we use the term.
What Does India Get Out of ‘Quad’ Membership?
Behind the rhetoric about the Indo-Pacific and open seas is the U.S. play in Southeast Asia, writes Prabir Purkayastha.