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John Pilger: Afghanistan, The Great Game of Smashing Countries
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John Pilger: Afghanistan, The Great Game of Smashing Countries
August 25, 2021

The invasion of Afghanistan was a fraud. In the wake of 9/11, the Taliban sought to distant themselves from Osama bin Laden. They were, in many respects, an American client with which the administration of Bill Clinton had done a series of secret deals to allow the building of a $3 billion natural gas pipeline by a US oil company consortium.

Cuba Working on a ‘People’s Vaccine’: the U.S. and the World Should Get Behind It
March 15, 2021

Cuba is now poised to play an important role in global efforts to curb the pandemic. New variants in South Africa and Brazil, all with yet unknown implications for vaccine effectiveness, have shown us that any effort to achieve herd immunity is only as good as it is accessible equitably across the globe. Yet, as predicted, the global north is outpacing the global south dramatically in vaccination.

Cuba Working on a ‘People’s Vaccine’: the U.S. and the World Should Get Behind It
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The Walking Dead: How Washington and Brussels Are Still Run by Liberal International Zombies
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The Walking Dead: How Washington and Brussels Are Still Run by Liberal International Zombies
March 14, 2021

“The Walking Dead” owes its success to the subconscious power of its political metaphor: It is all about liberal internationalism – a corrupt, rotting zombie version of the liberal creed that really died 50 years ago but refuses to admit it.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 9
March 11, 2021

The inability of capitalist countries to provide equal access to healthcare is being challenged by Cuba – under blockade, boasting one of the best and most accessible healthcare systems, Ramona Wadi writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss her article.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 9
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The Strategy Session, Episode 9
March 11, 2021

The inability of capitalist countries to provide equal access to healthcare is being challenged by Cuba – under blockade, boasting one of the best and most accessible healthcare systems, Ramona Wadi writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss her article.

Cuba – a Solitary Voice Against Global Inequality
March 6, 2021

The inability of capitalist countries to provide equal access to healthcare is being challenged by Cuba – under blockade, boasting one of the best and most accessible healthcare systems.

Cuba – a Solitary Voice Against Global Inequality
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America’s Plot For World Domination
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America’s Plot For World Domination
February 19, 2021

Stephen Wertheim, of the Quincy Institute and Columbia University, propounds a provocative new thesis: that the hegemonic temptation was the product of a coterie of strategic planners from the American foreign policy elite who crafted the notion and sold it to the country by distorting America’s distinct and “foundational” philosophy of internationalism.

U.S. Threats Cannot Deter Cuba’s Internationalist Approach
June 22, 2020

U.S. threats do have the potential to create the space for additional human rights violations, in particular when it comes to institutions that are dependent upon the same corruption to thrive.

U.S. Threats Cannot Deter Cuba’s Internationalist Approach
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