This plan goes beyond all previous U.S. commitments to Israel and of course it too will not work, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
Buttigieg Backer Top Funder of Group Behind Iowa’s Disastrous Voting App
A dark money operation funded by billionaires is behind the app that delayed Iowa’s voting results, Max Blumenthal reports.
Interview: Obama Russia Adviser on Cold War Liberals
Natylie Baldwin asks James Carden about foreign policy views at the U.S. State Department and inside the Democratic Party, including the Bernie Sanders campaign.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Trump’s Weakness for Power
Coercive might and money may be all that matter in Manhattan real estate. But they are bound to sink the president’s take-all-you-want “deal of the century” for Israel.
Anti-Trump-Themed DC Restaurant Owned by Lobbyists for Right-Wing Coup Leaders
Wealthy Latin American regime-change hitmen exploited immigrant rights, international food and a pliant media to rebrand themselves as social justice heroes, Alex Rubinstein reports.
Belmarsh Prisoners Show Duty to Civil Disobedience
This is a trial of the First Amendment as a foundation of our society and it calls for popular participation, writes Nozomi Hayase.
Trump’s Bantustan-Lite Palestine Plan Shows the ‘Two State’ Solution Was Always a Lie
Trump’s “peace deal” for Israel is ludicrously one-sided and reads as pure, unadulterated zionist propaganda, writes Craig Murray.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: How Do You Trust a Politician?
Colorado’s governor campaigned as an environmentalist, but earlier this month Jared Polis distanced himself from the climate activists who showed up at his state-of-the state address.
Why the New Silk Roads are ‘Threat’ to US Bloc
The Middle East is the key to wide-ranging, economic, interlinked integration and peace, writes Pepe Escobar.
DNC Leader Stacks Nominating Committee Against Bernie Sanders
Tom Perez has put forward a cartoonishly neoliberal cast of foreign policy hacks, corporate and Israeli lobbyists and Wall Street consultants, reports Kevin Gosztola.