fix articles 327530, us foreign
Why has the US gone mad? (tags)
Donald Trump blames scapegoats. Why does the US permanently seek new conflicts, send terrorists to Syria, organize the Ukraine coup, escalate with North Korea and threaten to bomb wherever it siuts them? The real reason could be that the US is bankrupt.
Is Capitalism to Blame for the Syrian War Drive? (tags)
Obama’s push for war in Syria seemed so deeply irrational, so crazed, that many people naturally asked, “Why is this happening?” And “who” wants it to happen? Few Americans actually believed that Nobel Peace Prizing winning Obama suddenly wanted to bomb Syria because “Assad gassed his own people” (especially when zero evidence was given to prove this).
Syria Endgame Approaching Fast (tags)
The tempo of events in Syria has increased in recent weeks. The government forces have scored significant battlefield victories over the rebels, and this has provoked a number of responses from the U.S. and its anti-Assad allies: a mixture of war provocations and peace offers.
The Next Stage in the Destruction of Syria (tags)
The U.S. media has made its intentions clear: the 'rebels' attacking Syria's government must have more support to advance Syria's "revolution.” This was the result of the much-hyped advance of Syria's rebels into the country’s two largest cities, which the western media portrayed as a defining moment in global democracy. But "journalists" like these have blood on their hands, with much more in the works.
A Different Perspective on the Iranian Elections (tags)
The great strategic importance of Iran to the United States gives me a different opinion of the election than that of the mainstream US media or indeed most of the leftist media.
A Great Discrepancy (tags)
The contradictions in US foreign policy to various world events and their relationship to capitalism
Warning of the American Friend (tags)
What primarily motivates US foreign policy-economic interests or a religious mission consciousness? A special world view is added to the economic interests In this perspective, economic liberalism brings political freedom and both together lead to peace and free trade.
Don’t tie aid to RP record, US urged (tags)
The administration has asked lawmakers in the United States not to peg the amount of Washington’s military assistance to the Philippines on the latter’s human rights record, arguing that the two were distinct from each other and must be addressed separately. “I told the legislators that the issue of US foreign military assistance and reports about extrajudicial killings in the Philippines should be treated separately,” Ambassador to Washington Willy Gaa told the Inquirer shortly before he flew back to the US on Friday. Gaa admitted that American legislators were greatly concerned about the persistent reports of human rights violations allegedly committed by the Philippine military and police. He, however, said the move of the administration of President George W. Bush to cut by 50 percent the proposed US foreign military assistance to the Philippines from the $30 million in 2007 in the 2008 federal budget was “expected.”
Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy (Mearsheimer and Walt in the New York Times again today (tags)
Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy (Mearsheimer and Walt in the New York Times again today)
Strange Liberators: Militarism, Mayhem, and the Pursuit of Profit (tags)
U.S. foreign policy as seen by those on the receiving end.
The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy (tags)
In this paper, John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago's Department of Political Science and Stephen M.Walt of Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government contend that the centerpiece of U.S. Middle East policy is its intimate relationship with Israel. The authors argue that although often justified as reflecting shared strategic interests or compelling moral imperatives, the U.S. commitment to Israel is due primarily to the activities of the “Israel Lobby." This paper goes on to describe the various activities that pro-Israel groups have undertaken in order to shift U.S. foreign policy in a pro-Israel direction.
Good analysis of our current language of lies. (tags)
Repost from Portland. About double speak in our times fresh from the rats that are feeding and screwing in our government.
MUST READING FOR ALL AMERICAN PATRIOTS AND OTHER FASCISTS..... (tags)
This article should be must reading for all American Patriots who are forever whining about "anti-Americanism"--not to mention anti-war Liberals who may be opposed to America's wars, but refuse to fight the American Empire itself. As this article suggests, America's current Terror War is only an extension of the Cold War. One that "continues under new names but, in essence, it is now a 'North-South' struggle--an effort to prevent the rise of any society that may set a credible example of an alternative to the capitalist model, and to prevent the rise of any power that might challenge American supremacy."
“US Foreign Policy and Iraq: Making the Case for Peace” (tags)
Phyllis Bennis, an expert on Iraq, will speak in a public forum on Saturday, 10/19 in Pasadena. After her presentation, “US Foreign Policy and Iraq: Making the Case for Peace”, there will be a teach-in and book signing.
death act display's U.S foreign policy [anti-war rally/march] (tags)
death act display's U.S foreign policy
death act display's US foreign policy [anti-war rally/march] (tags)
death act display's US foreign policy
DEATH ACT displays the truth of US foreign policy [anti-war rally/march] (tags)
DEATH ACT display's the truth of US foreign policy
DEATH ACT display's the truth of US foreign policy [anti-war rally/march] (tags)
DEATH ACT display's the truth of US foreign policy
New Chomsky book on 9-11: repost (tags)
Hmm...let's try that again!
New book by Chomsky on 9-11 (tags)
"9-11" contains interviews conducted with Chomsky by a variety of interviewers during the first month following the attacks of 9-11. The interviews were conducted largely via email, many with foreign journalists who speak and write English as a second language.
Vietnam and Afeghanistan: U.S. foreign policy stands the same (cartoon serie) (tags)
Check link below. It's a cartoon serie I did about U.S. intervention in Vietnam. These images are hosted on vietvet.org, a web site maintened by open-minded (north) american Vietnam veterans. Looking at these cartoons, you will realize that U.S. foreign policy has not changed a single milimeter from Vietnam to Afeghanistan.