UPDATED: The new U.S.-U.K-Australia military pact can be seen as a further indication of the nervousness in Washington, London and Canberra over the further decline of Anglo-Saxon power, writes Joe Lauria.
Tag: Alfred W. McCoy
What US Defeat in Afghanistan Means for China
For the implications of U.S. global power, the collapse of Kabul was incomparably worse than the fall of Saigon, writes Alfred W. McCoy.
The True Meaning of the Afghan ‘Withdrawal’
Alfred W. McCoy says victory is no longer in the American bloodstream.
Washington’s Delusion of Endless World Dominion
Like the British establishment of the 1950s, current leaders of U.S. foreign policy have been on top of the world for so long that they’ve forgotten how they got there, writes Alfred W. McCoy.