Tag: NATO

Ukraine’s Propaganda War

Dan Cohen reveals the network of foreign strategists, Washington lobbyists and intelligence-linked media outlets behind Kiev’s public relations blitz.

A Period of Great Tectonic Shifts

Vijay Prashad presents six theses about the establishment of the U.S.-shaped world order in 1990 and its current fragility in the face of growing Russian and Chinese power.

Britain & NATO’s Nuclear Posture

To most, the idea of fighting a nuclear war seems absurd — the assumption being that a nuclear balance provides stability, writes Paul Rogers. But this has never been the case. 

You Are Also a Victim of War

The fighting in Ukraine, which is taking place in and around nuclear power plants, and the loose comments made by powerful men about nuclear weapons remind us of the great dangers we face, writes Vijay Prashad.

Propaganda Shapes the Past, Present & Future

Lawrence Davidson examines how indoctrination from previous eras is being resurrected around two crises — U.S. curricula and foreign policy — with debate raging around one and largely absent from the other. 

In These Days of Great Tension

Rather than allow this war to escalate and for positions to harden, it is important for the guns to go silent and the discussions to recommence. writes Vijay Prashad.