During his 24 years as a senior foreign correspondent for The Washington Times and United Press International, Martin Sieff reported from more than 70 nations and covered 12 wars. He has specialized in US and global economic issues.
But today, the leaders of the West have totally repressed the dangers of thermonuclear Armageddon.
In 1901, there was a political coup d’etat in the United States that transformed the world and nobody noticed.
No issues were ever debated in Milwaukee. The proud Democrats followed the script of Republican Nixon in 1968. They refused to debate anything.
There is no mystery or dark secret in Harris’s background. Instead the ironies and paradoxes, while thick on the ground have always been in plain sight.
Instead of obsessively trying to remake themselves into a caricature of a United States itself in deep crisis, the British would do better to seek better relations and cultivate an attitude of genuine respect for such nations as Russia and Germany.
Why did London host a convention of anarchists in July 1881 less than three months after they had murdered the Liberator Tsar of Russia?
The imaginary inner world of a fool is a dangerous place, especially if he happens to be the Secretary of State of the United States of America.
The water problem in the U.S. has been growing for half a century but has reached such enormous dimensions in the 21st century that neocon imperialist Republican, neoliberal imperialist Democratic and Green policymakers are all oblivious to it.
We now see the shredding of American society into two antipathetic sections, the ultra-liberals and the caricature conservatives that hate each like poison and seek no common ground whatsoever.
As U.S. President Harry Truman liked to say, there is nothing new under the sun except the history you don’t already know.