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Puerto Ricans Struggle for Independence From U.S. Colonialism
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Puerto Ricans Struggle for Independence From U.S. Colonialism
November 2, 2020

Ben Norton speaks with Andrés González Berdecía, a senatorial candidate from the Puerto Rican Independence Party, about the November 3 election and referendum, US colonialism, the unelected neoliberal junta that controls Puerto Rico’s economy, the similarities between Republican and Democratic administrations, and why he wants his nation to be independent.

Before the Bidens ‘Did’ Ukraine, There Was Iraq – and Serbia
October 16, 2020

Today many people remember Iraq, some have a clue about Ukraine. But Serbia, which preceded them, is off the radar screen of most Americans.

Before the Bidens ‘Did’ Ukraine, There Was Iraq – and Serbia
Security
Fidel Castro’s 1960 Speech to the UN Did More for Anti-Colonial Struggle Than the UN’s Hyperbole About ‘Eradicating Colonialism’
History
Fidel Castro’s 1960 Speech to the UN Did More for Anti-Colonial Struggle Than the UN’s Hyperbole About ‘Eradicating Colonialism’
September 26, 2020

Had the UN not been monopolised by the greater political powers, Fidel’s speech could have been a turning point in international history.

The Brookings Hand Behind Russiagate Points Back to Rhodes Trust Coup on America
August 10, 2020

Animals are not less dangerous when they are wounded and desperate, and with the meltdown of Russiagate and the light increasingly shining on the British agents in America, these beasts are more dangerous than ever.

The Brookings Hand Behind Russiagate Points Back to Rhodes Trust Coup on America
World
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The First NATO: British and French Joint Aggressions in the Mid-19th Century
History
The First NATO: British and French Joint Aggressions in the Mid-19th Century
July 11, 2020

As U.S. President Harry Truman liked to say, there is nothing new under the sun except the history you don’t already know.

The Colonial Politics Appropriating Mount Rushmore
July 9, 2020

Mount Rushmore stands as a reminder of how U.S. colonial and racist politics exploited indigenous territory to carve reminders of slavery and massacres.

The Colonial Politics Appropriating Mount Rushmore
History
Beyond the Toppling of Colonial Monuments, a Rethinking of History and Accountability Is Vital
Society
Beyond the Toppling of Colonial Monuments, a Rethinking of History and Accountability Is Vital
July 2, 2020

The current uproar necessitates a strategy, if the initial manifestations against historical colonial legacy are to bear any impact on current politics.

The Age of Chatham House and the British Roots of NATO
June 28, 2020

The “recovery of the United States” should seriously resonate with anyone with doubts over the role of the British Empire’s ambition to undo the international effects of the American Revolution.

The Age of Chatham House and the British Roots of NATO
History
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