Robert Scheer, former Los Angeles Times columnist and editor of ScheerPost, interviews Prof. Michael Brenner on Scheer’s podcast Scheer Intelligence. (With full transcript).
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Chris Hedges: The Lie of American Innocence
U.S. hypocrisy on war crimes makes a rules-based world, one that abides by international law, impossible.
A Proposed Solution to the Ukraine War
An end to the invasion and war in Ukraine can only be guaranteed if Russia’s security is itself guaranteed. Security is largely indivisible. Security for one state requires security for others, says the Los Alamos Study Group.
Ukraine: Guides to Reflection
This crisis is rooted in Washington’s obsession with Russia, writes Michael Brenner. The country’s Phoenix-like rise from the ashes has been unsettling to politicos, policy-makers and think tankers alike.
Revealing the Pentagon Papers in Congress — 4: A Pyrrhic Victory
In part four of this eight-part series, the implications of the Supreme Court decision in NYT v. the US leave Sen. Mike Gravel in more legal peril as he contemplates publishing the Papers outside of Congress.
Biden Pursues Trump’s Cuba Policy
In Cuba there are serious people who recognize the problems but are not overwhelmed by them, writes Vijay Prashad.
WATCH: Hedges & Chomsky on the State of the Empire
On his program On Contact, Chris Hedges speaks to Noam Chomsky on terrorism, militarism, media & the state of America’s empire, at home and abroad.
Presumptuous Pompeo Pushes Preposterous ‘Peking’ Policy
A rant by Mike Pompeo regarding what the U.S. should do with China led to a fruitful exchange between an old China, and an old Soviet hand, writes Ray McGovern.
The Saudi-US Crisis Will Pass
U.S.-Saudi ties have withstood crises in the past and will withstand this one, says As’ad AbuKhalil.
Back in the (Great) Game: The Revenge of Eurasian Land Powers
What is left roaming our wilderness of mirrors depends on the mood swings of the Goddess of the Market. No wonder an effect of Eurasia integration will be a death blow to Bretton Woods and “democratic” neoliberalism, says Pepe Escobar.