Tagged By US Foreign Policy

Agent Orange

, , 3 Comments

In 1975, the victorious Viet Minh entered Saigon, the capital of the South, following a 30 year struggle against a range of international forces. For the first time, since its occupation by France in the…

Read Post →

Real News | The Afghan Chessboard

, , Comment Closed

Real News | The Afghan Chessboard Pepe Escobar says that the Afghan presidential election is largely designed to legitimize the US and NATO occupation of parts of the country not controlled by the Taliban. But…

Read Post →

Le Monde Diplomatique on Iran

, , Comment Closed

Le Monde Diplomatique on Iran Marwan Bishara examines the politics of US-Iranian accommodation after three decades of conflict and considers how the fallout from disputed presidential elections effects Tehran’s regional role. Part 1 Part 2

Read Post →

Interview with Harry Browne

, , Comment Closed

An interview by Miriam Cotton of Media Bite with the journalist, activist and lecturer Harry Browne, who is also the author of the recently published book ‘Hammered by the Irish’ (Counterpunch and AK Press), also…

Read Post →