The U.S. does not want to experience what Britain experienced in Suez in 1956: a watershed moment signaling an end to empire and global decline.
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Chris Hedges: Ukraine — The War That Went Wrong
NATO support for a war designed to degrade the Russian military and drive Vladimir Putin from power is not going according to plan. The new sophisticated military hardware won’t help.
The Unreluctant Vassal
Unlike Germany and France, for instance, which at times reluctantly follow Washington’s orders, Britain is an eager co-participant in U.S. adventurism, says Joe Lauria.
Britain’s Covert War in Yemen
The U.K.’s current war in Yemen is not the first time Britain has contributed to devastating the country, writes Mark Curtis.
WATCH: US Hegemony Challenged
Editor Joe Lauria appeared on the TV show CrossTalk to discuss the decline of Anglo-Saxon power, the rise of China and Europe’s potentially non-aligned path.
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.