fix articles 176250, political analysis
Donald Trump and the Rise of the Nationalist Right (tags)
Examining How Trump Won the Us Presidency, 16 pages
Russia to Counter US Eastern European Buildup (tags)
Irresponsible New York Times Russia Bashing (tags)
The Transparent Cabal (tags)
A review of a book that proves Necons are the driving force behind the War in Iraq
Crisis Over Teheran's Alleged Nuclear Plans Nearing Climax (tags)
Crisis Over Teheran's Alleged Nuclear Plans Nearing Climax
7 CIA Veterans Challenge 9/11 Commission Report (tags)
September 23, 2007 – Seven CIA veterans have severely criticized the official account of 9/11 and have called for a new investigation. “I think at simplest terms, there’s a cover-up. The 9/11 Report is a joke,” said Raymond McGovern, 27-year veteran of the CIA, who chaired National Intelligence Estimates during the seventies. “There are a whole bunch of unanswered questions. And the reason they’re unanswered is because this administration will not answer the questions,” he said. McGovern, who is also the founder of VIPS (Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity), is one of many signers of a petition to reinvestigate 9/11.
Zionism as a Racist Ideology (tags)
"Unconsciously, of course, many Americans also seem to believe that the shameful policies of the U.S. government toward Native Americans somehow make it acceptable for the government of Israel to pursue equally shameful policies toward the Palestinians. The U.S. needs to face its racist policies head on as much as it needs to confront the racism of its foremost partner, Israel."
Lebanon's Al Manar TV Flattened (tags)
A nation under fire and its rights, press and lives flattened
Lebanon's Al Manar TV Attacked (tags)
Attacks on free speech continue with increasing brazenness
Lebanon's Al Manar TV Targeted (tags)
targeting the media under "self-defense" and with holocaust immunity
The Power of the Israel Lobby (tags)
Its Origins and Growth
The Bush Administration's Dual Loyalties (tags)
Since the long-forgotten days when the State Department's Middle East policy was run by a group of so-called Arabists, U.S. policy on Israel and the Arab world has increasingly become the purview of officials well known for tilting toward Israel. From the 1920s roughly to 1990, Arabists, who had a personal history and an educational background in the Arab world and were accused by supporters of Israel of being totally biased toward Arab interests, held sway at the State Department and, despite having limited power in the policymaking circles of any administration, helped maintain some semblance of U.S. balance by keeping policy from tipping over totally toward Israel. But Arabists have been steadily replaced by their exact opposites, what some observers are calling Israelists, and policymaking circles throughout government now no longer even make a pretense of exhibiting balance between Israeli and Arab, particularly Palestinian, interests.