U.S. Effort To Hurt Russia Undermines Itself and The World

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, June 8, 2022 The U.S. drive to dominate creates self-inflicted wounds and self-imposed crises. It also creates suffering around the world with only the most servile vassal states willing to do what Washington wants.  The United States continues to shoot itself in the foot in its futile effort to damage the Russian economy.[…]

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ALBA and Nicaragua – Defending Solidarity in a Divided World

by Stephen Sefton, published on Tortilla Con Sal, June 5, 2022 Reading through you can find a good counter-position of imperialism vs anti-imperialism. [jb] Controversy has dogged this June’s United States government organized Summit of the Americas. Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela had already abandoned the OAS, seriously damaging the credibility of the Organization of American States as a trustworthy hemispheric[…]

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Sanctions – Wrecking Ball in a Global Economy

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, May 23, 2022 U.S. government strategists are using sanctions as a wrecking ball to demolish the globalized economy. It is a desperate struggle to preserve their global hegemony and a unipolar world. The policy of consciously demolishing supply chains of essential products amounts to a reckless war on defenseless civilian populations. Sanctions disrupt[…]

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Washington Moves to Annex Northeast Syria by Proxy

by Vanessa Beeley, published on Organizing Notes, May 17, 2022 Under cover of media focus on the NATO proxy war in Ukraine and the Zionist assassination of Al Jazeera senior correspondent Shireen AbuAkleh, Washington is making moves to annex Syrian territory. On May 11th during the meeting of the “global coalition against Islamic State” in Marrakech, Morocco the U.S acting[…]

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Zelensky Rubbishes Biden’s war on Russia

by M. K. Bhadrakumar, published on Indian Punchline, March 11, 2022 While we are debating our own concerns in the antiwar movement about how to frame the US proxy war with Russia in Ukraine, the rest of the world is not staying silent.  They have strong opinions, most of which are not flattering.  [jb] What was the need for all[…]

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