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The Duplicitous Agenda Endorsed by the UN and NATO
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The Duplicitous Agenda Endorsed by the UN and NATO
October 4, 2019

While the UN promotes its humanitarian façade, NATO provides the militarisation of the UN’s purported human rights agenda.

Human Rights Rhetoric at the UN Is Not Enough to Combat the US Blockade on Cuba
September 22, 2019

In failing to take into consideration the relations between Cuba and Venezuela, the international community is heaping additional constraints on the Cuban people.

Human Rights Rhetoric at the UN Is Not Enough to Combat the US Blockade on Cuba
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The Price of ‘Freedom’? US Drone Massacres Dozens of Afghan Farmers as They Slept
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The Price of ‘Freedom’? US Drone Massacres Dozens of Afghan Farmers as They Slept
September 20, 2019

According to Reuters, a survivor of the drone strike said about 200 laborers were sleeping in five tents pitched near the farm when the attack happened.

Crimea and Kashmir Viewed Through a Western Prism of Hypocrisy
September 17, 2019

It seems that Western governments are given to condemning referendums when they don’t suit their purpose and ignoring UN Resolutions to hold them when that action would be embarrassingly inconvenient for the country involved.

Crimea and Kashmir Viewed Through a Western Prism of Hypocrisy
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In Chile, Dictatorship-Era Legacy of Impunity Is Still Endorsed by Governments
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In Chile, Dictatorship-Era Legacy of Impunity Is Still Endorsed by Governments
September 13, 2019

If governments in Chile continue to uphold the dictatorship pacts of silence, Chile’s memory will, with time, remain tethered to narrations which do not make it beyond diluted versions of history.

Why Is the 9/11 Mastermind Still Awaiting Trial?
September 12, 2019

The trial date for 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and his cohorts for their role in the September 11, 2001 attacks, which were responsible for the deaths of 2,976 people, has been finally set.

Why Is the 9/11 Mastermind Still Awaiting Trial?
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On the Road to Interview Lula, Into a Brazilian Black Hole
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On the Road to Interview Lula, Into a Brazilian Black Hole
September 9, 2019

My journey started in Cambodia. I had spent hours wandering around Beng Mealea, the jungle squeezing the stony repose of the Angkorian ruins, meditating on the rise and fall of empires.

How Americans Have Been Conditioned to Support the Police State
September 2, 2019

We in the American Police State may enjoy the illusion of freedom, but that is all it is: an elaborate deception, rooted in denial and delusion, that hides the grasping, greedy, power-hungry, megalomaniacal force that lurks beneath the surface.

How Americans Have Been Conditioned to Support the Police State
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