• Ceremony of opening of gasoline Nord Stream. Among others Angela Merkel and Dmitry Medvedev, 2011. Kremlin.ru, CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

    Europe’s self destruction

    Despite the economically disastrous impact the Nord Stream pipeline sabotage will have on Europe, Western media still holds its tongue about it.

  • Ceremony marking the start of construction of the Nord Stream gas pipeline’s underwater section, 2010. Kremlin.ru, CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

    Sins of silence

    The media’s treatment of the Nord Stream pipeline sabotage is reminiscent of a time in the 60s when disaster could have been avoided with responsible reporting.

  • Anatomy of Our Murderers (Mr. Fish / Original to ScheerPost)

    In the terrain of Word War III

    The Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) advanced decisively into Russian-held territory in northeastern Ukraine two weeks ago, exposing the weakness, incompetence, and cowardice of Russian soldiers and officers. The tide of this war has turned. The Russian army is on the way to defeat, and President Vladimir Putin could go down with it.

  • The Historic Collapse of Journalism

    The historic collapse of journalism

    Accuracy no longer matters. Witnessing no longer matters. Conformity matters, writes Patrick Lawrence.

  • Press

    Patrick Lawrence: So far as I can make out

    Patrick Lawrence explores how the truth about Ukraine has turned into a recipe for anger and contempt from the Western media.

  • U.S. President Joe Biden after delivering remarks on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Feb. 24. (White House, Adam Schultz)

    The imaginary war

    What were the policy cliques, “the intelligence community” and the press that serves both going to do when the kind of war in Ukraine they talked incessantly about turned out to be imaginary, a Marvel Comics of a conflict with little grounding in reality? I have wondered about this since the Russian intervention began on Feb. 24. I knew the answer would be interesting when finally we had one.