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Attempt to Try Russian Leaders for War Crimes is Part of the West’s Weaponization of the International Criminal Cour

by Robin Philpot, published on Covert Action Magazine, November 14, 2022 International Criminal Court (ICC) continues to serve as a “battering ram for U.S. and NATO policy,” as the former U.S. ambassador-at-large for war crimes in the Clinton administration defined it. The quote above does not come from President Putin of Russia or from President Xi of China. It comes[…]

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Canadian Labour Activists Oppose AUKUS, a New NATO in the Pacific

by Ken Stone, published on The Canada Files, May 20, 2022 This is an excellent overview of AUKUS and the regional responses to it.   Most of our readers are in the U.S. so unfortunately our government is responsible for this aggression against China, but it is interesting to see the numerous forces within Canadian society who object to efforts[…]

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What Germany’s Rearmament Means for World Peace

by Michael Makowski, published by The Progressive, April 27, 2022 Three days after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stood before the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, in an emergency gathering to announce the biggest change to German foreign policy since World War II. “Wir erleben eine Zeitenwende,” he said. “We are experiencing a Zeitenwende.” The Zeitenwende—a watershed moment, a[…]

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New US Strategy in Syria For Regime Change

by Steven Sahiounie, published on Mideast Discourse, February 14, 2022 Syria seems forgotten in the U.S. but the Caesar Sanctions, U.S. proxy occupation of the oil wells and wheat fields, and Turkish support for Salafists (including ISIS and many foreigners) in Northern Syria leave the country  unable to rebuild or to meet the needs of the people.  If our attention[…]

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A Tale of Three Apartheids and the Land Conundrums

by Kweli Nzito, originally published on Black Agenda Report, March 21, 2018 “White settlers were convinced that the lands they appropriated in the ‘dark continent’ and other lands were theirs by right.” The word apartheid achieved global notoriety during the height of White rule in South Africa. It then extended at least to one other country where blatant state-sanctioned bigotry[…]

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