Neoliberalism has wrecked the world. It is why the people of South America are taking to the streets and the ballot box to advocate for change.
How Europe’s Greedy Lending to Africa Is Driving the Migration Wave That Fuels the EU’s Xenophobic Politics
Many of those fleeing parts of Africa and Asia are fleeing bombs sold by European arms merchants, or economic stagnation fueled by European banks and multinationals.
Do you dare to question the capitalist orthodoxy of the IMF? Expect to be answered with ferocious sanctions.
Erdogan’s government is preparing to enter Syria for a major military operation against the SDF.
The claim that Iran is the main “sponsor of terrorism” is one that has become a cliché from Washington to Riyadh.
World Leaders Gather at the UN in the Face of War, Climate Catastrophe and Global Worker Exploitation
The fate of the planet is in the balance. But so is the fate of humanity.
If you want to identify the most reckless powers in our world today, look no further than Israel, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of America.
The leader of the Tupac Amaru Neighborhood Association is a symbol of the fight against the old order.
How Can Sweden Be a Peace Broker for the War in Yemen If It’s Also Selling the Arms That Make It Possible?
On August 13, TV4 in Sweden reported that Swedish weapons have been used in Yemen.
If you are sitting in Beijing or Moscow, you have to wonder about the G7.
The Grace 1, seized by the British in early July, has resumed its journey under a new name—and the U.S. does not approve.
The Indian government’s move on Jammu and Kashmir should not merely be seen as an internal matter.
The problem facing any negotiations is that the U.S. position is untenable.
United States pressure has seen Panama remove its flag from 59 vessels linked to Iran or Syria.
The U.S.-Iran Standoff Can Only End When the U.S. Accepts Iran’s Right to Have a Nuclear Energy Program
The United States has had a sanctions regime in place against Iran for decades.
Trump’s sabotage of the JCPOA was based on his own misreading of the pact, to the detriment not only of Iran but of America’s own allies.
The trade war and the tussle over high technology are not simply unwinnable, their effects on the U.S. economy could prevent a second Trump term.
Climate change is making working conditions intolerable for many, including the already disadvantaged and unprotected by unions.
Threats, sanctions, and actual killings are part of Washington’s crusade against Tehran, all enabled by its unshakable grip on the global financial system.
These are men who are reckless with violence, willing to do anything if it means provoking a war against Iran.
With no end of war in sight, this past year has been the deadliest year for civilians since the United States first began to bomb Afghanistan in 2001.
Canada is one of the leaders of the Lima Group, a network of countries that came together in 2017 with the express purpose of regime change in Venezuela.
In the first few months of 2019, China bought about half of Iran’s crude oil exports.
Even U.S. President Donald Trump, who is getting ready to pardon war criminals, fears John Bolton.
And who is caught between an economy reliant on oil revenues and a sanctions regime designed to create suffering? The people caught in the squeeze of factors beyond their control.
As the Trump administration is “troubled” by unspecified rhetoric coming out of Tehran, a carrier strike group is steaming toward the Iranian coast.
The theft of resources in Papua New Guinea
This U.S. war on Afghanistan has produced an unknown death count with unknown numbers of war crimes.
European values are fairly clear: they want oil to travel northward, not people. Haftar, at the cost of the Libyans themselves, will make that happen.
You Can’t Have Democracy When You Put the Truth in Prison: The Injustice of Locking Up Lula in Brazil
Brazil’s former president, Lula, will clock a year in prison this week. What did Lula do to deserve this time in prison, and indeed what did his successor—Dilma—do to be impeached so aggressively a few years ago?