With his declaration Friday that the Iran nuclear deal is not in the national interest, President Donald Trump may have put us on the road to war with Iran.
Dear Readers: I agree that the official Las Vegas story seems to be unraveling. A public mass shooting should be transparent, not opaque. I think we explored the story long enough to discover that without knowing the facts, we cannot arrive at an exp
In the fifty-first edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Kommersant, Izvestia, Vedomosti, and Komsomolskaya Pravda.
Tit-for-tat visa ban follows arrest of U.S. worker over coup Divisions between NATO allies deepen over Syria, Russia, Iran
"We do not expect diverse countries to share the same cultures, traditions, or even the same systems of government," Trump said. "But we do expect all nations to uphold these two core sovereign duties: to respect the interests of their own peop
Has The Israel Lobby Destroyed Americans' First Amendment Rights?
Henry Kissinger is one of the most notorious founding members of the Trilateral Commission, and his role in the Trump era has been vastly underestimated. Teaming up with Steve Bannon on any kind of 'project' is a disturbing development. ? TN Ed
On the morning of September 21st Phil Giraldi was fired over the phone by The American Conservative, where he had been a regular contributor for fourteen years. He was told that "America's Jews Are Driving America's Wars" was unacceptable.
Blowing the notion of 'spreading democracy' out of the water, three out of four of the world's dictatorships currently receive US military assistance.
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In recent years, Myanmar (formerly Burma) has only rarely been in the news. The quiet treatment owed much to the assumption that the country's fledgling democracy was in "good hands" once the U.S-backed 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Su
There are members of Congress who don't want anyone on TV saying America's foreign policy is a disaster and it costs a fortune, Daniel McAdams, executive director, Ron Paul Institute, told RT.
Emily Nowak for Liberty Writers reports, One day before President Trump visited the UN to pressure the international body to put more sanctions on North Korea and call for other reforms, the U.S., Japan, and South Korea conducted a huge show of force
"Secret" documents, recently declassified by the Reagan presidential library, reveal senior White House officials reengaging a former CIA "proprietary," The Asia Foundation, in "political action," an intelligence term of art for influenci
We're witnessing a battle between authoritarian groups in America. The "Alt-Right" and Cultural Marxists are fighting to control a government that is bankrupt, doesn't follow the Constitution, and controls a foreign empire that is running on fumes.
Russia, US Officials Revive Dialogue On Arms Control
What lends urgency for the two countries to cooperate is their shared suspicion that the US and Israel are possibly stepping up their longstanding project to establish an independent Kurdistan in the region, with an ulterior agenda to create for the
As Congress takes up the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), I will insist it vote on my amendment to sunset the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for the Use of Military Force.
All day Saturday, South Korea braced for a possible new missile test by North Korea as the provocative northern neighbor marked its founding anniversary, just days after its sixth and largest nuclear test rattled global financial markets and further
'US should withdraw 50,000 troops from Japan, 30,000 from S.Korea'
This lecture by G. Edward Griffin, given in the late '60s, exposes the hidden plan that shapes U.S. foreign policy and that the ultimate objective of that policy is the same then as it is now -- disarmament and world government.
US revenge for diplomatic expulsions is: no more easy Russian visas for San Franciscans
Russia on Friday promised a "tough response" to a U.S. order to shut the Russian Consulate in San Francisco and offices in Washington and New York, the latest round in a diplomatic tit-for-tat.
Chipping away at the edges
For those who have ever wanted a clearer picture of the true reach of the United States military -- both historically and currently -- but shied away due to the sheer volume of research required to find an answer, a crew at the Independent just ma
Last week, 13 more people died in Spain as a consequence of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and Afghanistan. No, not by guns or suicide bombs, which is often the case in "blowback," but instead murder by vehicle. A van driven by a terroris
On Twitter, Ron Paul reacted to President Donald Trump's speech last night calling for increasing US presence in Afghanistan.