Please remind the New York Times that as a U.S. paper, it has an obligation to cover the effects of U.S. government policy on countries like Venezuela.
In recent reports regarding the Bay of Pigs–style invasion, the term “mercenary” was accompanied by scare quotes, as if these men could only be seen that way from the perspective of an Official U.S. Enemy.
The U.S. Embassy is useless for most citizens in trouble abroad, but not if you've invaded a country.
President Trump has no business deploying U.S. military assets against Venezuela, a country that in no shape or form represents a threat to the security of the United States, especially not now when a pandemic is raging around the world and in our own country.
The latest Trump administration news is a Washington Post article reporting that Trump’s “personal lawyer” Rudy Giuliani, was working a private “back...
I think people should know that there is a systematic attempt to intimidate those of us who are standing up for international law.
Many who oppose the aggressive foreign policy of the United States under President Donald Trump, which has resulted in record numbers of...
“We oppose the extraterritorial application of unilateral measures.“
In one concise statement, Dan Kovalik sums up the criminal — if self-serving and for now effective — foreign policy of the U.S. across the planet:
Global condemnation should also focus on the country responsible for the deadly, illegal and ineffective economic warfare at the heart of this crisis: the United States.