The Trump administration and the corporate media have made it abundantly clear: China is the problem. A myriad of American-made lies about China, from the fictional detainment of Uyghurs in “concentration camps” to the accusation that China…
If the United States had quick-thinking and efficient leadership, the pandemic would have infected about 100,000 people and killed only a couple thousand. That’s the experience of South Korea, times seven to account for the difference in…
The Middle East is at a crossroads. The coronavirus pandemic and its economic fallout confronts regional leaders with a stark choice: dial down tensions to open the door toward cooperation in tackling existential challenges or risk ever…
A robust schedule of military maneuvers and exercises is either underway or planned for Europe and the Pacific this year, with more in store for 2021, Ann Wright reports.
While many Americans were anxiously awaiting their $1,200 relief payments, the Department of Defense was expediting contract payments to the arms industry, writes Mandy Smithberger.
“The fury of the virus illustrates the folly of war.”
After five years of dire humanitarian crisis, the arrival of COVID promises to make it worse.
It is the first time in US history that a major disaster has been declared for the entire country, as the number of confirmed cases in the ongoing deadly coronavirus pandemic tops 530,000 in the US, taking more than 20,000 lives.