The West is out of practice when it comes to serious strategic appraisal of the U.S.-Russian arms race, writes Michael Brenner.
The Authoritarian Dreamscape of the New Wild West
William deBuys reports on the humanitarian and environmental disaster of Trump’s border wall.
#CNNIsTrash Trends as Pushback Grows Against Oligarchic Election Meddling
Angry Berners have been rightly decrying the despicable manipulations of CNN, says Caitlin Johnstone.
Under US Pressure, Social Media Companies Suspend Venezuelan, Iranian & Syrian Accounts
Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are censoring content that conflicts with Washington’s pro-war narrative, Ben Norton reports.
Establishment Pundits Go Nuts Over New Russian Hacking Conspiracy
Since the story concerns Russia, all journalistic standards have, as usual, gone out the window, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Biden Has Been Lying About His Record on Iraq for Years
In Tuesday night’s debate, Sam Husseini would like to see the Democratic presidential candidate finally face serious scrutiny for his support for the Iraq war.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Actually, Congress is Overdoing It
We hear a lot about the “do-nothing” Congress. But in fact, legislators have been on a spree of criminalizing previously legal behavior.
‘Iran Must Begin Acting Like a Normal Nation,’ Says Totally Normal Nation
Caitlin Johnston mulls what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s vision for Iran might really mean.
New Documentary Sheds Light on Ukrainegate
A new documentary by Olivier Berruyer, editor of the website les-crises.fr, released in conjunction with Consortium News, sorts out the complicated scandal and the role Joe Biden played in it.
The Not-So-Great ‘Great Game’
Michael Brenner considers the latest round of disputes over the latest presidential elections in Afghanistan.