Wednesday, 21 November , 2018

neoconservatives

US in Syria: taking the world to the brink of annihilation

Obsessive regime change policy threatens uncontrolled escalation by Rick Sterling April 10, 2018 Introduction Western neoconservatives and hawks are driving the international situation to increasing tension and...

Nuclear Madness

April 5, 2017 This Madness Deserves a Protest: an Inside Account at US Nuclear Weapons Strategy by Joan Roelofs “In contrast to the Soviet Union, the United...

Is Israel Losing the Syrian War?

Fear and Trepidation in Tel Aviv: Is Israel Losing the Syrian War? by Ramzy Baroud   Israel, which has played a precarious role in the Syrian war...

The Rise of a Genuine Left in Britain, its implications for...

by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos   The other day a friend almost told me off when I said I don’t exclude even an election win for Corbyn, but...

The Hijacking of France (from Donald Trump to Marine Le Pen)

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) “I am the last President of France. All the next presidents will be accountants,” François Mitterrand once said. But he would not...

Trump Threatens Bannon With Ultimatum Over Kushner Rift: “Straighten It Out...

by Tyler Durden For weeks now the media rumor mill has speculated over the imminent demise of Trump Chief Strategist, Steve Bannon.  It all started...

The Hijacking of France (from Donald Trump to Marine Le Pen)

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) “I am the last President of France. All the next presidents will be accountants,” François Mitterrand once said. But he would not...

Battle brews over Trump’s foreign policy

These libertarians, isolationists and realists see an opportunity to pull back America's commitments around the world, spend less money on foreign aid and “nation-building,” curtail expensive military campaigns and troop deployments and intervene militarily only to protect American interests.

Trump and the Neoconservatives

Even before the Iraq War, John Bolton was a leading brain behind the neoconservatives’ war-and-conquest agenda. Long ago I wrote about him, in “John Bolton and U.S. Lawlessness,” “The Bush administration’s international lawlessness did not come from nowhere. Its intellectual foundations were laid long before 9/11 by neoconservatives.” I quoted Bolton, “It is a big mistake to for us to grant any validity to international law … because over the long term, the goal of those who think that it really means anything are those who want to constrict the United States.” In fact I set up a web page, the John Bolton File, containing various links about him and the neocons.

Ron Paul on Trump, deep state, the war against Terror

With the surprise election of Donald Trump, can we expect an equally surprising foreign policy from him? During the campaign he provided us with a glimpse of his thinking. Will there be a Trump Doctrine?! RT'S PETER LAVELLE INTERVIEWS DR. RON PAUL