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Terrorizing Southeastern Ukrainians: Heading Toward East/West Confrontation (tags)

Ukraine

Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Mobilize for War (tags)

Ukraine

Preordained Failure in Geneva (tags)

Syria

Scuttling Middle East Peace (tags)

anti-war

Washington and Israel Conspire to Oust Assad (tags)

Syria

Undermining Russian/Syrian Peace Deal (tags)

Syria

Obama's War on Syria Imminent (tags)

Syria

Obama's War on Syria Based on Lies (tags)

Syria

Western Media War on Syria (tags)

Syria

London 2012 Paralympics: A new stage for war propaganda (tags)

"[I]f there is one thing that we can take from the Olympic motto, ‘Citius, Altius, Fortius’ – Higher, Faster, Stronger – is that in foreign policy we must always strive to build on the achievements of the past, whether it is to extend human rights and freedom, protect our global environment, or support peace in conflict-ravaged countries." [UK Foreign Minister William Hague, press conference held on the opening day of the 2012 London Olympics, 27 July 2012]

The Guardian: UK weighs up military strikes against Somalia rebels (tags)

After playing a leading role in the occupation of Kosovo (1999), Sierra Leone (2000), Afghanistan (2001), Iraq (2003) and Libya (2011); Britain is now simultaneously threatening Iran, Syria and Somalia with war.

Targeting Syria and Iran (tags)

anti-war

Strikes, workers’ protests spread throughout Egypt (tags)

“According to a detailed account published by Al Ahram, the dictator had intended to step down but was persuaded by his wife and son Gamal not to. When this threatened to provoke a further upsurge in the revolutionary movement, the military stepped in and seized power to try to maintain control over the situation. Notably, none of the official middle class “opposition” parties—including the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohamed ElBaradei’s National Association for Change—has condemned the military’s threats against the working class. Striving to maintain illusions in the role of the army, these forces have urged an end to the demonstrations and strikes. ElBaradei and his colleagues are now preparing to enter the military regime. Britain’s Foreign Minister William Hague said yesterday that Egypt’s Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq told him that the current government would be reshuffled to include opposition figures by next week. While the successful elevation of these “opposition” forces would open up opportunities for the individuals involved, for the Egyptian working class it would signify no more than providing a civilian fig-leaf for the military government.”

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