Monday, June 27, 2022

Tag: Kim Jong Un

Olive branch for North Korea, bombs for Iran?

Trump is needlessly and recklessly driving our nation down a path toward war with Iran – and neither Congress nor the American people seem to care.

What does ‘denuclearization’ mean in the negotiations for an end to...

Maybe ending U.S. occupation of South Korea.

Stumbling toward peace on the Korean Peninsula

The positive American response to the proposed meeting has so far been greeted with silence by the North Koreans.

How those Trump-Kim talks might go: A transcript

Trump's "art of the deal" is about to get its most high-profile test yet. The early prognosis is… not good.

Can a war of words become a world of war?

Andrew Bacevich and Bill Moyers talk Trump and Kim Jong Un.

Tween boys and the fate of the world?

Seriously, humankind, what are we going to do?

The Anti-Empire Report #150: I’m back

Read author William Blum’s views on recent events...

Avoiding apocalypse on the Korean peninsula

Why diplomacy is not naïve appeasement in the Korean crisis.

Trump vs. Kim Jong Un: Two loose cannons, a monumental nightmare...

Trump and his generals better be very careful before deciding to launch a pre-emptive strike.

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US Court of Appeals overturns EPA’s decision that glyphosate is safe for humans and...

Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto-Bayer’s pesticide, is the most widely used pesticide in the world.

Ugly side of Trump’s 2020 lies and bullying come before committee 

Trump-directed mobs threaten officials who wouldn’t cheat for him.

The current US Supreme Court is not constitutionally legitimate

Dobbs is a watershed attack that will come to be known as an infamous consolidation of an unrelenting extremist assault on this country's gains for equality and justice.

Ten ways billionaires avoid taxes on an epic scale

After a year of reporting on the tax machinations of the ultrawealthy, ProPublica spotlights the top tax-avoidance techniques that provide massive benefits to billionaires.

Judicial capture series. The Roe decision.

How did this single pending decision pose a direct threat to judicial review itself?