Joe Biden’s saber-rattling threatens World War III—with China and Russia / by Dee Knight

Image credit: globaltimes.cn Fits long pattern of war-mongering and provocations that are a feature of the American Century When U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about war and peace, we have to listen carefully whether we like it or not. Regarding Taiwan, when asked in Tokyo on May 23 if he was “willing to get involvedContinue reading “Joe Biden’s saber-rattling threatens World War III—with China and Russia / by Dee Knight”

What is the US strategy in Ukraine? / by People’s Dispatch

U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken speaks at NATO headquarters in Brussels | Olivier Matthys / AP Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News talks about the US strategy as the war in Ukraine crosses 100 days. He talks about the nature of US aid to Ukraine, its reluctance to encourage diplomacy and the prevailing viewsContinue reading “What is the US strategy in Ukraine? / by People’s Dispatch”

American weapons will ensure more deaths in Ukraine, but won’t change the conflict’s eventual outcome / by Scott Ritter

FILE PHOTO. High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS). © Tony Overman/The Olympian via AP The US is willing to sacrifice countless lives to weaken Russia The US is doing everything possible to extend the suffering of the Ukrainian people by creating conditions that appear to mandate an expansion of Russia’s military effort, and the subsequentContinue reading “American weapons will ensure more deaths in Ukraine, but won’t change the conflict’s eventual outcome / by Scott Ritter”

How Global McCarthyism Shaped the World / by Peter Hogart

Members of the Youth Wing of the Indonesian Communist Party (Pemuda Rakjat) are watched by soldiers in Jakarta during attacks on communists in 1965. (Photo: AP) This article was originally published in Orinoco Tribune . Military coups are a CIA tool used to control the Global South and ensure U.S. hegemony in many parts of the world. AsContinue reading “How Global McCarthyism Shaped the World / by Peter Hogart”

May 9th, a milestone of the Great Antifascist Victory of the Peoples / A statement by the Secretariat of the European Communist Initiative

In a statement about the 77th anniversary of the Great Antifascist Victory of the Peoples, the 9th of May, the Secretariat of the Initiative of Communist and Workers’ Parties issued the following statement: We proudly commemorate 9 May, a milestone of the Great Antifascist Victory of the Peoples. We pay tribute to the millions of people who sacrificedContinue reading “May 9th, a milestone of the Great Antifascist Victory of the Peoples / A statement by the Secretariat of the European Communist Initiative”

Pope suggests NATO facilitated war by ‘barking at Russia’s door’ / by John Wojcik

Pope Francis waves to the crowds that gathered in St.Peter’s Square at the Vatican as he recites the Regina Coeli noon prayer from the window of his studio, April 24, 2022. Andrew Medichini | AP Pope Francis appears to be at least partially blaming the West for the war in Ukraine. In an interview publishedContinue reading “Pope suggests NATO facilitated war by ‘barking at Russia’s door’ / by John Wojcik”

Taking Aim at Ukraine: How John Mearsheimer and Stephen Cohen Challenged the Dominant Narrative / by Michael Welton

Photograph Source: Chatham House – CC BY 2.0 Interfering in another state is tricky business Interfering in another state is tricky business – so says the gutsy University of Chicago international relations scholar John Mearsheimer (The great delusion: liberal dreams and international realities [2018]. It is tricky – and dangerous – and the exceptional nation, theContinue reading “Taking Aim at Ukraine: How John Mearsheimer and Stephen Cohen Challenged the Dominant Narrative / by Michael Welton”

On the imperialist war in Ukraine and the stance of the CPRF / by the International Relations Section of the CC of the KKE

Athens – Massive anti-imperialist war really in Syntagma Square, 4/1/22 | Credit: KKE “A struggle for markets and for freedom to loot foreign countries, a striving to suppress the revolutionary movement of the proletariat and democracy in the individual countries, a desire to deceive, disunite, and slaughter the proletarians of all countries by setting theContinue reading “On the imperialist war in Ukraine and the stance of the CPRF / by the International Relations Section of the CC of the KKE”

Opinion: Does the peace movement still need to oppose NATO? / by John Wojcik

Peace activists in the UK demonstrate against expanding NATO. | Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament NATO, the international arm of the Pentagon, is in the news much these days because of its role in the war in Ukraine. For now, millions in the U.S. see it as charting a path that can end that war andContinue reading “Opinion: Does the peace movement still need to oppose NATO? / by John Wojcik”

Commentary: Truth Lost in the Muck / by Greg Godels

If the Pew Research Center polling is to be believed, a remarkable– perhaps unprecedented– change in US attitudes occurred between January and the end of March. In January, forty-nine percent of the US population thought that Russia was a mere competitor to the US. Another seven percent saw Russia as a partner. Today, seventy percent see RussiaContinue reading “Commentary: Truth Lost in the Muck / by Greg Godels”