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Posts Tagged ‘UAE’
Tags: Abdu Rahman, ACLU, Af-Pak War, airstrikes, Andy Worthington, antiwar activism, arms trading, Brazil, C.J. Chivers, Carol Rosenberg, China, Chris Hedges, Dahr Jamail, Death Penalty, domestic surveillance, domestic terrorism, drones, electoral politics, Eric Garris, false flag operation, FBI, Federal Reserve, fiat money, FOREX, Glenn Greenwald, gold, Great Recesseion, Guantanamo Bay, Iran, Israel, Jason Ditz, Kaveh L. Afrasiabi, Kyrgyzstan, Lockheed MArtin, Middle East, Middle East peace process, military industrial complex, NAM, Noah Shachtman, Obama Administration, Omar Khadr, Pakistan, Paul O'Mahoney, Peace Now, Pittsburgh G-20 Summit, privacy rights, racism, Saudi Arabia, Scott Horton, settlement expansion, Sheldon Richman, Somalia, Stephen Walt, Sweden, Tom Engelhardt, UAE, Wall Street, war games, Warfare and Conflict, West Bank, William Fisher
Tags: Abdu Ali Sharqawi, Abdul Rahim al-Sharqawi, Abu Dhabi, Abu Zubaydah, Ahmed Khalfan, al-Qaeda, Aleksander Kwasniewski, Andy Worthington, Bagram Air Base, black sites, Bush Administration, CIA, Council of Europe, Dick Marty, Diego Garcia, Dubai, Egypt, Guantanamo Bay, Hassan Ghul Ghailani, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, high value detainees, Human Rights Watch, HVDs, Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi, Indonesia, Jay Bybee, John Yoo, Jordan, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Leszek Miller, lithuania, Mauritania, Mohamed Omar Abdel-Rahman, Morocco, Omar Abdel-Rahman, Pakistan, Poland, rendition, Romania, Salah Nasser Salim Ali, Sharqwi Abdu Ali al-Hajj, Stare Kiejkuty, Stephen Grey, Syria, terrorism, torture, UAE, UN, Waleed bin Attash, War on Terror
Investigative journalist Andy Worthington dissects recently released documents shining more light on the Bush Administration’s dark rendition program and the complicity of collaborating governments in the mass-scale extrajudicial kidnapping program.
Tags: Afghan Taliban, airstrikes, Al Shabaab, anarchism, Argentina, BP, Cambodia, China, Clarence Thomas, Congo, corporate fraud, Cory Doctorow, debt default, Dian Chu, DIY, Doug Bandow, DRC, drones, economy, EUR, euro, Foxconn, Gareth Porter, gay marriage, GE, Goldman Sachs, Gregory White, Gulf oil spill, Haqqani Network, home foreclosures, Honda, ICC, Iceland, Illinois, India, Iran, Iraq, Islam, Israel, Jeffrey Immelt, John Pilger, JPY, Jundallah, Kashmir, labor unions, marijuana, Mark Frauenfelder, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, SEC, Sistan-Baluchistan, Somalia, Stefan Molyneux, tasers, terrorism, Tonkin Gulf, UAE, Uganda, UN, unemployment, USD, Vatican City, Vietnam War, Wall Street, war crimes, yen
Tags: Abu Dhabi, Afghanistan, anarchism, blowback, BP, brainpolice2, Bushehr, China, CIA, corporatism, Costa Rica, Cuba, drug war, economic crisis, economics, espionage, Federal Reserve, Gaza blockade, Germany, Glenn Greenwald, gold, Guantanamo Bay, Gulf oil spill, Henry Kissinger, imperialism, India, Iran, Israel, Kashmir, Manuel Noriega, marijuana, Marjorie Cohn, marketing, NATO, Netanyahu, Nigeria, Nixon Administration, Noah Shachtman, Obama, Obama Administration, oil, political prisoners, politics, pot, PSYOPS, public opinion, RAND Corporation, renminbi, Russia, Spencer Ackerman, Stefan Molyneux, Stephen Walt, Tony Hayward, torture, UAE, US, USD
Tags: Alan Grayson, Angola Three, Carol Rosenberg, China, Dubai, economy, eurozone, extrajudicial assassination, Faisal Shahzad, Federal Reserve, fiat money, Germany, Gitmo, globalism, Guantanamo Bay, illegal immigration, India corporatism, inflation, Iraq election, Mahdi Army, Moqtada al-Sadr, Mossad, Nepal, North Korea, NPT, nuclear energy, nuclear weapons, Omar Khadr, Pentagon, Peter Schiff, Ron Paul, Sadrists, taxation, torture, UAE
Tags: Abu Dhabi, banking, Brandon Clay, Brazil, BRIC, China, dollar hegemony, Dubai, Dubai World, economy, euro, gold futures, Gold standard, hyperinflation, India, inflation, international law, Iran, Japan, Latin America, libertarian, liberty, Newspeak, Nikkei, OPEC, Russia, spot gold, spot platinum, spot silver, Sucre, UAE, US, US dollar, USD, yen
Tuesday, gold hit $1,199.30/oz. as Japan moves toward metals, away from being a tit of the U.S. The record high of gold’s value displays the record low of the U.S. dollar.
Tags: China, corporatism, economic sanctions, fascism, Iran, Iraq, Jay Solomon, Middle East, Obama, oil, OPEC, Reza Rahimi, Saudi Arabia, UAE, UN, UN Security Council, Wall Street Journal, Wen Jiabao
Chinese profiteers are reaping benefits from the Iraq War in the early auction of the stolen spoils and the country is necessary for U.N. actions to escalate economic war on Iranian civilians based on President Obama’s false, hypocritical claim Iran’s nuclear program “breaks rules all nations must follow”.
Tags: ACLU, Afghanistan, Ahmadinejad, air strikes, Amnesty International, AWOL, BNP, Boumediene v. Bush, Cambodia, China, Cuba, Duch, elections, embargo, erection, Euna Lee, Farah, gays in the military, George Mitchell, GOP, Hizbollah, IAEA, India, inflation, Iran, Iraq War, Israel, Judith Lovelace, Khmer Rouge, Lakhdar Boumediene, lat, Latvia, Laura Ling, Lebanon, Loyalty Oath Law, Mel Frykberg, Middle East, military spending, Naji Hamdan, Noam Chomsky, North Korea, NPT, nuclear weapons, NY Times, Obama, oil, Pakistan, Palestine, Phnom Penh, Robert Bridges, Russia, SCOTUS, settlements, SIPRI, Syria, torture, two-state solution, UAE, UK, World News
The Af-Pak War losing support, ex-Gitmo detainee speaks out, Clinton and Israel threaten Iran, North Korea sentences U.S. journalists to 12 yrs. of hard labor, two-state solution at ‘the top of Obama’s agenda’ SCOTUS shoots down gays in the military, and a 55-hour erection. (more…)