Cuba’s ‘Sonic Attacks’ vs Edinburgh University: The 40% Mystery
On August 15, 2018, the U.S. State Department announced yet another measure toward reducing its Havana embassy staff and its effectiveness by limiting the diplomats’ stays to one year. This […]
Open Letter to Amnesty International by a Former Amnesty International Prisoner of Conscience
The report completely lacks neutrality and Amnesty International’s role is contributing to the chaos in which the nation finds itself.
Venezuela’s Narrowing Options in the Wake of the Maduro Presidential Victory and the Trump Offensive
If Venezuela were really a failed state, as the US claims, then there would be no need to impose sanctions to make it fail.
Venezuela, the shadow agenda
In the August 2017 documentary, “Venezuela, the Shadow Agenda,” director Hernando Calvo Ospina challenges prevailing corporate media storylines attacking Bolivarian Venezuela and Nicolás Maduro, its president. Oil is the […]
Did the CIA Sabotage Russia at the Olympics?
There is something very fishy about the Anti Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) pinned on the Russian curler and Russian bobsledder during the final week of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. […]
US bombing of Syria: three thoughts to urge caution
When we are bombarded with information about a “massacre”, which is then used to justify US bombings, it is always useful to recall the historical precedents. In 2013, the Syrian government […]
Presidential Pardons and the United States’ Unpardonable Crimes
Cover photo: From L-R: Oscar López Rivera, Leonard Peltier, Chelsea Manning, and Mumia Abu-Jamal (TeleSur) The U.S. has its own fair share of prisoners of conscience, as well as crimes […]
Group headed by Trump’s Israel envoy pick sued for war crimes
David Friedman, President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for US ambassador to Israel, has raised millions to fund settlements in the occupied West Bank, including Beit El, north of Ramallah. President-elect […]