The odious legacy of Stepan Bandera drives the suppression of those who dare challenge the narrative of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict promulgated by the Ukrainian government, its Western allies and a compliant mainstream media.
Blaming the Victims of McGurk’s Bar Bombing
Survivors now believe the authorities chose to blame the IRA for Belfast’s deadliest bombing during the Northern Ireland conflict to give cover to their key security policy, Anne Cadwallader reports.
Washington’s Rebranding of Syrian Al-Qaeda’s Founder
Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton present a PBS Frontline special as the latest vehicle in a PR campaign by Beltway think tanks and foreign policy veterans to reposition Mohammad Jolani as an “asset.”
Did UK’s Secret Libya Policy Contribute to Manchester Terror?
There is no point in the U.K. inquiry unless it asks difficult questions the British establishment would rather avoid, writes Peter Oborne.
Tens of Millions Displaced By ‘War On Terror,’ the Greatest Scam
The “War on Terror” is just high-budget, mass-scale terrorism, and it creates more terrorism of the ordinary variety as well, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
How the West’s War in Libya Spurred Terrorism in 14 Countries
The first to suffer was Syria and since then the gruesome effects have been spreading in the region and beyond, to Africans and Europeans, writes Mark Curtis.
Fifteen Years of Forever Wars
Fifteen year ago Donald Rumsfeld said Afghanistan was pacified and George W. Bush said the U.S. mission in Iraq was “accomplished.” Fifteen years later the disastrous neoconservative assumptions are in full view, says Chas Freeman.
Britain’s Brave New World Just Got Braver
Britain’s new counter-terrorism initiative builds on Stasi-like methods to create a potentially Orwellian present for British citizens, as former MI-5 officer Annie Machon explains.
How to Get Off the Kill List
Years after George W. Bush created a secret “kill list” of alleged terrorism suspects, it remains murky how one gets on the list, and just as complicated to try to get off it, as Marjorie Cohn explains.
A National Defense Strategy of Sowing Global Chaos
In the new U.S. National Defense Strategy, military planners bemoan the erosion of the U.S.’s “competitive edge,” but the reality is that they are strategizing to maintain the American Empire in a chaotic world, explains Nicolas J.S. Davies.