A month before the Feb. 24, 2022 Russian invasion, CN wrote that the U.S. was laying a trap to lure Russia into an economic, information and proxy war. All three have failed for the U.S.
JOHN PILGER: Silencing the Lambs — How Propaganda Works
Leni Riefenstahl said her epic films glorifying the Nazis depended on a “submissive void” in the German public. This is how propaganda is done.
US TAX DAY: Americans Send Average of $2K to Military
More than $900 of that amount goes to corporate military contractors such as Lockheed Martin, writes Lindsay Koshgarian.
Biden’s Punishment of Desperate Afghanistan
As aid groups try to rally donors for a country in dire straits, the U.S. president is blocking reserves and continuing to impose crippling sanctions.
US Militarism in Russia & Around the World
By following the Truman Doctrine, Brian Terrell says the U.S exploits and dishonors the very real aspirations of people for peace and self-determination.
Many of the most severe restrictions that people expected the Taliban to impose have not yet materialized, writes Kern Hendricks.
War, Conflict & Enemies of Truth
Michael Brenner says the frenzy engendered by the Ukraine conflict reinforces a herd mentality that cries out for critical thinking.
A Bittersweet 2021
There have been immense victories and catastrophic defeats, writes Vijay Prashad.
Rural Taliban Accept Plan to Keep Educating Afghan Girls
Hard-pressed communities have been reopening schools for girls up to grade 12, Barbara Crossette reports.
Watching Taliban-Tajikistan Relations
Both sides are using the current tension for their own ends, writes Vijay Prashad.