US Sanctions and Economic Conditions Drive Nicaraguan Migration

John Perry Blaming migration on “repressive dictatorships” allows Washington to pretend that its policies are helping Nicaraguans, when in fact they are impoverishing them. Why are more Nicaraguans heading north to the United States looking for jobs? Until July 2020, numbers were tiny. But in the last 1½ years numbers have increased sharply. Suddenly this…

Two Thirds of NATO Countries Have Depleted Their Arms Stockpiles for Ukraine

Pierre Duval The conflict in Ukraine is draining the arms stocks of Western countries. The situation has become critical for the arms and ammunition stocks held by Western countries. The military engagement of the West in Ukraine is threatening their security. A financial and military stockpile drain The conflict in Ukraine, an abyss: “The war…

Iran: From Social Mobilizations to the Direct Armed Phase

Mission Verdad The classic sequence of a destabilization process established in Iran under the codification of color revolution. Since mid-September, the Islamic Republic of Iran has been subjected to a new cycle of destabilization. The death of a young Kurdish-Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini (22), on September 16 was the starting point. Amini, who had been…

Circuits of War: Biden’s Technological Offensive against China

This article by Italian social theorist Marco d’Eramo, which originally appeared in Sidecar (a blog published by New Left Review), provides a detailed and insightful analysis of the “chip war” being waged by the US as part of its broader New Cold War on China. D’Eramo explains the profound importance of the semiconductor industry to the overall…

Russian Ministry of Defense Report on US Bioweapons, November 26, 2022

Studies in the United States to increase the pathogenic properties of microorganisms are compelled to rethink statements by US officials in charge of countering biological threats. One of them is – John Bolton, who served as National Security Advisor. Pay attention at the report « Restructuring of the Defense of America », submitted in September…

Ukraine: The Russian Winter Offensive

Gordon M. Hahn The only way Ukrainians will see anything approximating a holiday season is if a ceasefire can be arranged by New Year’s Day, and it just might happen, regardless of President Volodomyr Zelenskiy’s repeated assertions that there will be no negotiations with Russia until it withdraws all its troops from all occupied territories,…

Tanzanian Farmers Mobilize for Agroecology, Food Sovereignty and Pan-Africanism

Tanupriya Singh On November 17-18, over 400 smallholder farmers gathered for the 27th annual meeting of MVIWATA or the National Network of Small-Scale Farmers Groups in Tanzania. Peoples Dispatch spoke to them about their struggle for dignity and justice Hundreds of smallholder farmers gathered in the city of Morogoro on November 17 and 18 for…

Ukraine’s Slow Defeat Foreshadows the USA’s Fate

Rainer Shea New York’s massive blackout 2019 As the Ukraine proxy war fails, U.S. strategists prepare to fight off revolution in America’s borders The U.S. empire took a gamble on the geopolitical chessboard by provoking Russia into intervening in Ukraine. Now that it’s losing this gamble, having the U.S. and its allies economically suffer worse…

The Hell with the Peace Movement. I’m Joining the War Movement.

Scott Ritter Ukrainian flag raised in NYC I once helped lead a million-person march against the war in Iraq through the streets of London. I spent untold hours traveling the width and breadth of the United States and the world advocating against the war in Iraq. I wrote articles until my hands cramped and spoke…

BRICS Breaks the Hegemony of the West

Vladimir Odintsov According to a growing number of analysts in various countries around the world, the liberal world order that was established on the planet after the end of the Cold War in the interest of the United States is crumbling before our eyes and is definitely doomed. The Economist magazine, which is owned by…

Nigeria: The Last War Before the End of the World

Guadi Calvo The last war before the end of the world has been raging in Kaduna, a state in northwestern Nigeria, for at least ten years, between the Muslim majority ethnic group and essentially herdsmen known as Fulani, who fight against Christian farmers, renewing an ancestral conflict that the climate crisis and the war in…

Coups, Imperialism and Instability in Burkina Faso

Bettina Engels Discussing the recent coup in Burkina Faso, ROAPE’s Bettina Engels describes the major instability in the country and the region. For several years there have been attacks by non-state groups across the country – with two million people displaced, and more than 4000 killed in the last 12 months. The current military junta…

European Parliament Smears Russia While Bankrolling Nazi Terrorism

Strategic Culture Foundation Editorial European politicians are once again fueling war with their calumnies against Russia and their deliberate stoking of Nazi embers. One would think, perhaps, that with a perilous war raging on the European continent, the European Union’s parliament might want to show some leadership in promoting diplomatic solutions to end that conflict….