Two words — democracy and autocracy — have received a new birth in the West as the U.S. embraces the idea of a Cold War sequel, says Michael Brenner. The implications are profound.
Tag: Ukraine War
Report: Exploiting Ukraine War for LNG Expansion
In an investigation targeting the “shock doctrine” practices of the gas industry, Greenpeace is calling on policymakers in both the U.S. and EU to move away from expanding LNG infrastructure before it’s too late.
How Team Bush Escaped Justice Over Iraq
For 20 years the leaders of the U.S. and the U.K. have avoided criminal accountability, writes Marjorie Cohn. But just one year after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the International Criminal Court charged him with war crimes.
WATCH: IRAQ 20 YEARS — Anti-War Rally at the White House
Watch News2Share‘s broadcast of the anti-war rally at the White House on Saturday. More than 200 anti-war organizations signed up for the protest and march to The Washington Post headquarters.
Why Biden Snubbed China’s Ukraine Peace Plan
The U.S. president and his coterie of neo-conservatives have no interest in peace if it means conceding hegemonic power to a multi-polar world untethered from the all-mighty dollar, write Medea Benjamin, Marcy Winograd and Wei Yu.
SCOTT RITTER: The Back Channel
Communications between the U.S. and Russia are essential for preventing an out-of-control crisis and a conduit exists for ongoing, high-level dialogue. But what is it really for?