Matters have become even more dangerous since Consortium News founder Robert Parry penned this analysis in February 2015, with President Biden threatening President Putin on Tuesday.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: ‘As the Clever Hopes Expire’: A Look Back at the Ending Decade
A monumentally destructive U.S. decade — symptomatic of imperial decline — exposed a shamefully pliant press. But we have at least one reason to resist incurable pessimism.
ROBERT PARRY: Cheering a ‘Democratic’ Coup in Ukraine
There’s been much celebration in U.S. political and media circles over the violent ouster of Ukraine’s democratically elected president. Nearly everyone is hailing this putsch and ignoring that it was spurred on by neo-Nazi militias, Robert Parry reported on Feb.…
SCOTT RITTER: The ‘Whistleblower’ and the Politicization of Intelligence
The whistleblower complaint has opened a window into the politicization of the intelligence community, and the corresponding weaponization of the national security establishment, argues Scott Ritter.
In Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy Must Tread Carefully or May End up Facing Another Maidan Uprising
The country’s new president faces a series of domestic and foreign policy challenges reminiscent, though not identical, to the events that preceded the 2013 Euromaidan, write Stefan Wolff and Tatyana Malyarenko.
CN Live! Episode 18: Impeachment, Assange, Brazil and Bolivia
Watch the Season Finale of CN Live! in which we discussed Assange, Bolivia, Brazil and Trump’s impeachment with a great lineup of guests.
The New Yorker’s Partisan Attempt to Refute Its Claim of Partisan Disinformation on Biden and Ukraine
A leading New Yorker writer omits crucial facts to run interference for Joe Biden against serious allegations of corruption in Ukraine, writes Joe Lauria.
The Devolution of US-Russia Relations
A retired Australian diplomat who served in Moscow dissects the emergence of the new Cold War and its dire consequences.
The Buried Maidan Massacre and Its Misrepresentation by the West
The new Ukrainian government is faced with reopening an inquiry into evidence of an organized mass killing in Kiev that Poroshenko stonewalled. Ivan Katchanovski investigates.
Ukraine: Why ‘OU’ Lost by a Landslide
The answer is clear if you read U.S. documents published by WikiLeaks in 2006, writes Kevin Zeese.