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Mitsotakis peut-il devenir un “Thatcher grec”, et qui le pousse à...

Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 8 mars 2021 Le gouvernement grec semble capable - et le seul capable - de provoquer une sorte de révolution dans le pays...

Can Mitsotakis become a “Greek Thatcher”, and who is pushing...

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 8 March 2021 The Greek government seems capable  - and the only one capable - of provoking a kind of revolution in the...

Queen of Chicken Hawks: Victoria Nuland Had A Hand in Every...

As the Senate prepares to confirm Nuland for Under Secretary for Political Affairs, a reflection of her last 30 years in government shows how...

Will the Senate Confirm Coup Plotter Nuland?

By Medea Benjamin, Nicolas J. S. Davies and Marcy Winograd, World BEYOND War, January 15, 2020 Who is Victoria Nuland? Most Americans have never heard...

Can Burns Change the CIA?

The hope is that diplomat William Burns, tapped for CIA director by Joe Biden, will be able to change the culture at Langley and...

US pardons Blackwater guards: An ‘affront to justice’

30 December 2020 Five independent UN experts condemned United States President Donald Trump’s pardoning of private security contractors, convicted in 2015 for war crimes in...

Middle East: Again on the brink. Israel and “intra-imperialist” games

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos January 2nd, 2020 "To understand the situation, figure out that now, in Washington, the main obstacle to war is a man called Mad...

Iraq today is a nightmare that Americans largely sleep through

by Kelley Beaucar Vlahos December 29, 2020 What does it look like when you “liberate” a country that hasn’t asked for it, when you unleash a...

The Secret History of the Push to Strike Iran

Hawks in Israel and America have spent more than a decade agitating for war against the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program. Will Trump finally deliver? By...

The “anti-War” Trump pardons war criminals

Trump pardons Blackwater contractors jailed for massacre of Iraq civilians Four guards fired on unarmed crowd in Baghdad in 2007, killing 14 and sparking outrage...