Archive for the ‘International Affairs’ Category

To better manufacture consent, U.S. Army soldiers are embedded as intern and fellows at local TV affiliates, along with previously reported newspapers and national outlets.


(more…)

Advertisements

Ivan Eland sat with RT to discuss the astronomical political clout held by the welfare queens of the military-industrial complex that will thwart any translation of the Pentagon’s rhetoric into actual policy (7:04):

(more…)

Yes, people videotaped it and Al Jazeera broke the story (2:26):

(more…)

Locals of the Laghman Province claim civilians were killed in a NATO raid, contrary to NATO claims, and that they are not “insurgents”, but people defending their home against NATO’s ‘broken promises’ to not raid their village (2:00):

(more…)

Die in a drone strike.

(more…)

Monday, the first of 12 soldiers charged with murder of civilians faced military tribunal.

(more…)

Monday morning, planned settlement expansion began execution.

(more…)

The Justice Department is playing hardball against the ACLU’s efforts to block an executive order to assassinate an American citizen charged with no crime.

(more…)

Were Iran to retaliate to a hypothetical military strike by Israel, Americans oppose U.S. military involvement.

(more…)

20 F-35’s purchased by Israel will be ‘entirely funded’ by the U.S. military.

(more…)

A U.S.-Iraqi night raid results in the deaths of eight civilians weeks after U.S. combat operations were announced as over.

(more…)

The Saudi royal family is reportedly being helped by the Obama Administration to push a $90bn deal with big players in the military-industrial complex for arms and military technology upgrades through political approval in Washington.


(more…)

Weeks after Obama announced the end of combat operations in the Iraq War, ‘residual troops’ engaged in lethal combat reportedly for the second time over the weekend.

(more…)

Kevin Carson on the objective of the ‘War on Drugs’ having little to do with lifestyle and all to do with perpetual war.

(more…)

The Afghanistan Study Group outlined and refuted the myths misguiding the ‘Afghan debate’.

(more…)