Former editor and writer for major news media organizations. He has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages
Both parties in the United States are making the Covid-19 pandemic an even greater disaster. One from cowardice and the other from denialism.
For U.S. imperial strategists, the notorious Afghan graveyard of empires is not an entirely deadbeat loss. As President Biden noted gleefully and cryptically this week, “China has real problems… it will be interesting to see what happens.”
Washington’s whirlwind outreach is evidently an effort to shore up confidence among U.S. allies in American defense commitments.
Washington would rather smear China than have an honest scientific and open probe into the origin of the pandemic, Finian Cunningham writes.
Could an atrocity have been arranged by some of Baradar’s men at the request of the CIA?
The U.S. is pushing the world to the brink of catastrophe. Everything it says about China is self-projection of its own criminal malignancy, says Prof. Karl Grossman in his interview for the Strategic Culture Foundation.
Regarding the Biden administration and its unctuous professions of transatlantic unity, the European governments must be wondering… with friends like that who needs enemies?
Afghanistan is the most glaring proof of the American treachery. It’s a cautionary tale for others who incredibly still seem trusting in hitching their wagon to a U.S. alliance.
For nearly seven years the issue of Crimea has been trumpeted as if it were a bedrock principle of Ukraine’s sovereignty. Now it turns out the Kiev regime would be happy with a grubby pay-off, Finian Cunningham writes.
China is providing the equivalent scaremongering of the Soviet “missile gap” in order to sustain America’s militarist-dependent capitalist economy.