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How Not to Win an Olympic Gold Medal
World
How Not to Win an Olympic Gold Medal
December 8, 2021

In the annals of diplomacy, the White House official confirmation of a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing might qualify at best as a disc thrower being hit by a boomerang.

So Much for Biden Administration Seeking Stable, Predictable Relations With Russia
November 5, 2021

Under prevailing conditions of dysfunctional U.S. capitalism, relations with Russia are designed to, necessarily, be bad.

So Much for Biden Administration Seeking Stable, Predictable Relations With Russia
Editorial
The New American Leadership: Biden Tells the World What He Wants It to Know
World
The New American Leadership: Biden Tells the World What He Wants It to Know
October 14, 2021

The myth of America trudges on with some new labels attached but otherwise pretty much the same, Philip Giraldi writes.

American Failure: Washington’s Doomed New Way of Waging War
September 7, 2021

An ill-judged attempt to find out who is to blame for failing to predict the swift victory of the Taliban and the disintegration of Afghan government forces is masking the most significant strategic lessons of the Afghan war.

American Failure: Washington’s Doomed New Way of Waging War
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Imperial Business-As-Usual… Biden-Zelenksy Meeting Shows U.S. Learned Nothing From Afghanistan
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Imperial Business-As-Usual… Biden-Zelenksy Meeting Shows U.S. Learned Nothing From Afghanistan
September 3, 2021

American militarism, war-making and imperial “nation-building” will continue. Because that is endemic to U.S. capitalism and its hegemonic addiction.

Biden’s Totally Failing Foreign Policies
August 9, 2021

Maybe, America will start to apologize for what it has been since 1945. But this is very unlikely to happen on Joe Biden’s watch, Eric Zuesse writes.

Biden’s Totally Failing Foreign Policies
World
Transforming the Military to Transform the Country
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Transforming the Military to Transform the Country
May 26, 2021

The United States, virtually alone among nations, found its identity in shared historical experience, English-speaking culture, and in the dedication to freedom of thought, trade, and belief. American monuments, flags, and traditions honor this classical liberal creed and make it a fundamental element in the cohesion of American society.

Who Does Joe Biden Remind You of?
May 1, 2021

If we’re being honest, Joe Biden—the unexpected president, whose millennium-spanning quest for the Oval Office ended with an accidental stumble over the finish line—can only be compared to one predecessor, a man so like him and so unlike anyone else that their coexistence (and the nature of their paths’ crossing) can only be taken as proof that God has a sense of humor.

Who Does Joe Biden Remind You of?
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