California now fulfills Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s nightmare vision in his prophetic masterpiece “The Possessed” as to what unlimited liberalism must inevitably create – if not stopped in its tracks and rolled back.
Biden’s foreign policies are putting Democratic Party lipstick onto the Republican Party’s pig. That’s his ‘change’, on U.S. foreign policies.
It’s easy to understand why Iran wants to play hardball with Biden now after the suffering of years of Trump’s sanctions. The problem is that Biden has to see a halt to enrichment as a crucial gesture. Is there a compromise?
Israel is always backed by successive administrations in Washington and can literally get away with murder in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The door is open to think about how we can change our 1800’s education to meet up with or fight against the demands of this upcoming new industrial revolution, Tim Kirby writes.
The neo-cons were for ever knifing Trump in the back. They’ve now gone to Biden, Alastair Crooke writes.
The hope of sunlight in Ecuador appears frail indeed, but let us be thankful for small mercies rather than none at all, Martin Sieff writes.
The Bahraini people’s struggle continues in spite of the lying, conniving Western governments and their media lackeys, Finian Cunningham writes.