Governments Are Starving Yemenis Through Anti-Terror Legislation

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by Christina Bennett The news coming out of Yemen these days paints a bleak picture – more than 10,000 conflict related deaths, an ongoing cholera epidemic and now the risk of famine for 14 million people. Even more shocking is the fact this… Continue Reading  

The Hidden Meaning of American Decline

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by Alfred W. McCoy Month by month, tweet by tweet, the events of the past two years have made it clearer than ever that Washington’s once-formidable global might is indeed fading. As the American empire unravels with previously unimagined speed,… Continue Reading  

Opening More Channels in US-North Korea Relations

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by Daniel Jasper President Trump and Secretary Tillerson are at odds on diplomacy between the U.S. and North Korea (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or DPRK). Secretary Tillerson emphasized that the U.S. has “three channels open to Pyongyang,” and that… Continue Reading  

Gaza’s Women Are Being Besieged on All Sides

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By Reem Amer and Tanya Rubinstein Over the past few weeks the Israeli media has focused much of its time on the all-female flotilla to Gaza, which was stopped by the Israeli army on the way from Sicily to the… Continue Reading  

American Military Intervention Can’t Save Syria

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by Rajan Menon The New York Times appears to have experienced an epiphany of the obvious on Syria. On October 6, its op-ed page ran a piece by Steven Simon and Jonathan Stevenson, both former members of President Obama’s National… Continue Reading