April

April 16, 2012

Worrisome Security Council Syrian Resolution

Worrisome Security Council Syrian Resolution by Stephen Lendman On April 14, the Security Council unanimously passed Resolution 2042. The UN News Centre headlined, “Syria: Security Council […]
April 15, 2012

Nuclear Chess

Nuclear Chess by Stephen Lendman On April 14, two days of nuclear chess began in Istanbul. At issue is Iran’s civilian program. So-called P5+1 countries – […]
April 15, 2012

Tarek Mehanna: Criminalized for Doing the Right Thing

Tarek Mehanna: Criminalized for Doing the Right Thing by Stephen Lendman Post-9/11, the Bush administration declared war on terror. It was sham cover for eroding personal […]
April 14, 2012

Syrian Insurgents Violate Ceasefire

Syrian Insurgents Violate Ceasefire by Stephen Lendman It was too good to last. On day one, insurgents violated ceasefire calm. Blame Washington’s dirty hands. It manipulates […]
April 14, 2012

Israel’s Lawless Settlement Project

Israel’s Lawless Settlement Project by Stephen Lendman Since June 1967, Israel maintained total domination over Occupied Palestine. Lawlessly, it includes controlling essential resources, air space, Gaza’s […]
April 13, 2012

Calm Before Greater Storm in Syria

Calm Before Greater Storm in Syria by Stephen Lendman Previous articles stressed Washington’s longstanding regime change plans in Syria. Independent sovereign states aren’t tolerated. Replacing them […]
April 13, 2012

Iran Nuclear Talks

Iran Nuclear Talks by Stephen Lendman On April 14 and 15, Istanbul will host so-called P5+1 countries. They include the five permanent Security Council members – […]
April 12, 2012

Media Scoundrels Promote War

Media Scoundrels Promote War by Stephen Lendman Syria is target one, then Iran. The road to Tehran runs through Damascus. Western-backed insurgents can’t match Assad’s security […]
April 12, 2012

Israel Declares War on Gunter Grass

Israel Declares War on Gunter Grass by Stephen Lendman Grass touched the right nerves. He deserves praise, not condemnation. Nonetheless, he’s vilified for discussing Israel’s open […]