The grubby duplicity of the Trump administration regarding its obligations on nuclear-arms control is a lamentable demonstration of American disgrace.
For Washington and its empire of minions the loss of being able to wield violence with impunity was an “unpardonable blow” by Russia.
Erdogan’s deleterious conniving in Nagorno-Karabakh is a disgraceful continuation of his regime’s dirty war in Syria.
Fascism, it seems, wasn’t fully defeated in World War II despite the enormous, heroic sacrifice of millions. Time to finally end it.
Twice in the past week, the United States has clumsily weighed into mounting tensions in the East Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey.
One way to stop the cycle of violence is for America to stop acting like an empire.
There are several serious questions to answer in the Navalny case. But it is Germany and its Western allies who are best placed to provide answers, not Russia.
The rest of the world knows already that neither “face” will make a difference to the core of American aggression.