Germany: Reactions to peace manifesto
What happened? Even Gregor Gysi has now signed the “Manifesto for Peace” by Sahra Wagenknecht and Alice Schwarzer.
Top U.S. Official hails Nord Stream 2 blast
The Biden administration is very happy to know the pipeline is “a hunk of metal at the bottom of the sea,” Victoria Nuland said
Self-determination, referenda and the rights of minorities
In the wake of the controversies and heated debate generated in the wake of the referenda held last September in the regions of the Donbass, it became necessary to get some clarity on the legal issues surrounding this event.
Oil and gas industry’s expansion plans decried as attack on ‘livable planet’
Fossil fuel giants are moving to ramp up extraction as new data shows that the industry has been emitting three times more planet-heating pollution than it claims.
From Churchill to NATO: How the West built and empowered Italian fascism
This year is the centenary of the March on Rome, the coup that brought Mussolini’s fascist party to power in Italy in 1922.
2005-22′: The crisis of western capitalism behind the left and far right radicalism
It is simply impossible to understand what is going on now in the world if we don’t take into consideration the crisis the globally dominant Western capitalism has been facing since 2008.
French ruling elite brays for war in Syria amid U.S.-UK threats against Russia
As British Prime Minister Theresa May moves to cut off relations with Russia after the mysterious poisoning of former British spy Sergei Skripal, a debate over war policy is erupting in the French ruling elite.