We remember the great investigative reporter Robert Parry, who founded this website in 1995. He left us way too soon on Jan. 27, 2018.
Caitlin Johnstone: ‘Much Needed Clarity’ on Ukraine
Noam Chomsky, John Pilger and Chris Hedges made some comments recently that bring much needed clarity to the contentious subject.
Chris Hedges: On Being Disappeared
YouTube has removed the entire six-year archive of the author’s show “On Contact.” This censorship, he says, is about supporting what I.F Stone reminded us is what governments always do — lie.
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.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Obituary for Russiagate
The fraudulent fable has died, but its consequences live on.
Undermining Detente Between Biden & Putin
Norman Solomon says Democrats and Progressives have been heightening bilateral tensions that increase the chances of thermonuclear holocaust.
‘The Emails Are Russian’ Will Be the Narrative, Regardless of Facts or Evidence
Media reaction to The New York Post’s publication of Hunter Biden’s emails shows the further deterioration of objectivity since Trump’s election in 2016, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
‘A Determined Effort to Undermine Russia’
Retired Australian diplomat Tony Kevin, in conversation with former Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr, says the West is unnecessarily determined to undermine Russia.
The Media’s Obsession With Personalities
Roger Stone is playing a key role in the Democrats’ attempt to revive the discredited “collusion” story, writes Joe Lauria.
The War Party Is in Control
Republicans and Democrats alike are blaming U.S. crises on foreign adversaries instead of themselves, writes Daniel Lazare.