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Now Is the Time to Shed Our Middle Eastern Burdens
Editor's Сhoice
Now Is the Time to Shed Our Middle Eastern Burdens
June 27, 2020

Washington’s decades-long obsessive hostility toward Iran has produced toxic results. It’s apparent that the European allies increasingly chafe at that policy and want a change. Until now, the close U.S. ties with Saudi Arabia inhibited any chance of a meaningful policy change, despite European wishes for a more balanced stance toward Iran.

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
Society
Finally, the EU and Trump See Eye-to-Eye on One International Policy: China
Security
Finally, the EU and Trump See Eye-to-Eye on One International Policy: China
June 20, 2020

Both Trump and the EU are turning on China for very similar reasons but with different timescales ahead of them.

Barbaric U.S. Sanctions on Syria Are Futile Extension of Failed Regime-Change War
June 19, 2020

Washington’s tyranny is creating a portal to a new global geopolitical realignment, one which will see the final demise of U.S. imperial power.

Barbaric U.S. Sanctions on Syria Are Futile Extension of Failed Regime-Change War
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Trump Hammers Cuba While Cuba Cures the Sick
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Trump Hammers Cuba While Cuba Cures the Sick
June 18, 2020

A team of 85 Cuban doctors and nurses arrived in Peru on June 3 to help the Andean nation tackle the coronavirus pandemic. That same day, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced another tightening of the sanctions screws.

Trump: I Can and Will Start Wars Whenever I Please
May 27, 2020

President Donald Trump’s May 6 veto of a Senate resolution that would have required him to seek congressional approval for any further military confrontations with Iran demonstrates that, despite his occasional feints toward scaling back foreign intervention, Trump is as much a warmonger as anyone else in Washington.

Trump: I Can and Will Start Wars Whenever I Please
Editor's Сhoice
Cuba Is Punished for not Emulating the U.S.
World
Cuba Is Punished for not Emulating the U.S.
May 25, 2020

The false designation of Cuba as a state sponsor of terror is also a direct means of incitement against the island, at a time when Cuba is a leading nation in efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Cuba: End of Sanctions Is More Important Than Nobel Peace Prize for Its Doctors
May 20, 2020

Contrary to popular opinion, there is nothing noble about the Prize. The spectrum of winners, from individuals who have truly made a positive difference to the world, to war criminals, indicates dynamics other than altruism at play.

Cuba: End of Sanctions Is More Important Than Nobel Peace Prize for Its Doctors
Society
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