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Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister: We’re Resisting a ‘Pandemic of Neo-Colonialism’
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Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister: We’re Resisting a ‘Pandemic of Neo-Colonialism’
November 28, 2021

The Grayzone’s Ben Norton sat down for an interview with Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister Denis Moncada to discuss the country’s decision to leave the OAS, attempts to build an international alliance against US unilateralism, and what an anti-imperialist foreign policy looks like.

The Russia – China – Iran Alliance
November 18, 2021

Russia, China, and Iran, have increasingly been coordinating their international policies, so as to assist each other in withstanding (defending themselves against) the neoconservative efforts that are designed to conquer them, and to add them to the existing U.S. empire.

The Russia – China – Iran Alliance
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Kamala Harris: Weakest Vice President Since Dan Quayle
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Kamala Harris: Weakest Vice President Since Dan Quayle
November 14, 2021

As counterintuitive as it may seem, Americans have become accustomed to a strong vice president. 

The Manufacture of Decline
November 3, 2021

Americans suffer the same disabilities as the Europeans of 1919: They cannot think. They cannot speak plainly among themselves.

The Manufacture of Decline
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Joe Biden Is in No Position to Lecture the World on Climate Change
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Joe Biden Is in No Position to Lecture the World on Climate Change
October 25, 2021

“Nothing would fundamentally change,” Joe Biden reassured donors at a fundraising event at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan in June 2019, amid the backdrop of his presidential primary bid. So far he has kept his word.

Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire With Economist Michael Hudson
October 20, 2021

Economist Michael Hudson discusses the update of his book “Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire” and the financial motivations behind the US new cold war on China and Russia.

Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire With Economist Michael Hudson
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German Politics: Confused, but Self-Righteous
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German Politics: Confused, but Self-Righteous
October 5, 2021

Diana Johnstone assesses the recent German election, the decline of the traditional left, and its implications for relations with the U.S. and Russia.

Looking Back: 50 Years of Foreign Policy
September 27, 2021

There is simply no way that the world can tackle climate change and still continue to spend–according to the Stockholm International Peace Institute–almost $2 trillion a year on weapons. Nor can the US afford to support its empire of bases, some 800 worldwide, the same number as Britain had in 1885.

Looking Back: 50 Years of Foreign Policy
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