Why We Must Protect the World from the United States

“For oppressed nations and peoples of the world, the U.S. white supremacist, colonial/capitalist patriarchy is and remains the principle contradiction.” Ajamu Baraka Fifty years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stated the obvious: The United States was the greatest purveyor of violence in the world. He also said the public allowing this violence would lead…

In Africa and the Middle East, War is the Common Denominator

The most tangible result of a geopolitics whose common denominator is war and its main promoter: the United States. Elson Concepción Pérez | internet@granma.cu The geographical region known as the Middle East, where 60% of the world’s oil reserves are concentrated, has been changing, as has been reported, following the geopolitical dominance of the United…

NATO-AFRICOM: The Coming Year in Special Ops

From Afghanistan to Somalia, Special Ops Achieves Less with More Nick Turse At around 11 o’clock that night, four Lockheed MC-130 Combat Talons, turboprop Special Operations aircraft, were flying through a moonless sky from Pakistani into Afghan airspace. On board were 199 Army Rangers with orders to seize an airstrip.  One hundred miles to the…

US Prepares for Forcible Entry Operations in Remote Theaters of War

Peter Korzun One area where America has a significant advantage over any putative adversary is in logistics. No other nation can challenge the US ability to conduct overseas operations, deploy and sustain joint forces worldwide, including remote corners of the globe. But it’s not enough! The capability is being urgently enhanced. Summing up pieces of…

Niger and Somalia Expose U.S. War Against Africa

Luwezi Kinshasa Muslim insurgents killed four and wounded two U.S. soldiers on October 4, 2017 around the town of Tongo Tongo, 200 km from Niamey,  the capital of Niger. The Sahel G5 region. This area is no stranger to these types of attacks: insurgents killed 15 Nigerians on February 15th. The U.S. soldiers died taking…