U.S. Role in Pakistan’s Political Crisis

by Abdul Jabbar, published on Countercurrents, April 17, 2022 Since I am originally from Pakistan and have been teaching interdisciplinary studies (including political science) at City College of San Francisco, I have been following the developments there with great interest and concern, both from professional and personal points of view. For brevity and clarity, I am itemizing my impressions as[…]

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Pakistan, Used and Discarded by the U.S. GWOT; Still in the Shadow of India 70 Years After Independence

We don’t talk about Pakistan very often since the U.S. was forced to stop drone bombing the Tribal Region 7 or 8 years ago.   Today, as I was searching youtube for the UNAC account, which I might add is very difficult to bring up even though I subscribe to it, due to search engine algorithm designed to suppressing ideas outside[…]

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Palestine is a Mirror Into the Contemporary World Struggle Against Imperialism and its Contradictions

by Danny Haiphong, published on Black Agenda Report, May 27, 2021 One cannot logically support the liberation of Palestine while simultaneously advocating regime change in Syria and Venezuela and obscene funding for the US military. “Palestinians deserve full solidarity in their ongoing struggle to liberate themselves and their land.” Unity among the people of colonized Palestine has engendered a violent[…]

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Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Funds Shady Ops That Once Triggered Polio Outbreak in Syria

by Max Blumenthal, published on The Grayzone,  April 16, 2020 While the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill was authored in the spirit of beating back a pandemic, buried deep within its text is a stipend for the US State Department operations dedicated to carrying out foreign interventions that have contributed to the outbreak of preventable diseases like polio in Syria[…]

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Pakistan’s Fight Against Extremism at Home Rebuffed by Trump

Photo of Imran Khan from WikiCommons By Ann Wright, from Consortium News, November, 20, 2018 The relationship between the Trump administration and Pakistan is frosty after the United States cut $330 million in military aid to Pakistan in October over what Washington says is its failure to reign in militant groups operating in Afghanistan. The Obama administration had also suspended[…]

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