Politics

07.10.2020

President Carter, Do You Swear to Tell the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth?

President Carter, Do You Swear to Tell the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth?

By Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould, Conor Tobin’s January 9, 2020 Diplomatic History[1] article titled: The Myth of the ‘Afghan Trap’: Zbigniew Brzezinski and Afghanistan[2] attempts to “dismantle the notion that President Jimmy Carter, at the urging of National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, aided the Afghan Mujahedin intentionally to lure… »

06.10.2020

Kyrgyzstan: 1 dead, hundreds wounded after protesters storm seat of government

Kyrgyzstan: 1 dead, hundreds wounded after protesters storm seat of government

Thousands have gathered to protest the results of a recent parliamentary election marred by allegations of vote-buying. Police moved to break up the demonstrations using water cannons, stun grenades and tear gas. Protesters demonstrating against the results of parliamentary election have stormed a building that houses the country’s parliament and presidential… »

05.10.2020

No One Was Warned

No One Was Warned

By R.W. Anton We had more catastrophic news today – October 2, 2020 (this has not been the best news year). I awoke to a frosty, damp, and muggy day right after the sun peeked over the horizon to be obscured by dark pillows in the sky. I usually… »

05.10.2020

Are Belarusian Cyber-partisans from Lithuania?

Are Belarusian Cyber-partisans from Lithuania?

BY KASPARAS JANKAUSKAS Belarusian Cyber-partisans again have made problem for the Lukashenko’s regime. They recently have attacked the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus, United Payment and Information space (electronic system created for instant payment for goods or services) and published data of 1,000 law-enforcers online. But who are the… »

04.10.2020

Tide Might Be Turning in Britain’s Ties with Germany and the EU

Tide Might Be Turning in Britain’s Ties with Germany and the EU

Viewpoint by John Kampfner The writer is author of ‘Why the Germans Do It Better; Notes from a Grown-Up Country’. This article was first published in the International Politics Society Journal of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. The fall of the Berlin Wall could and should have been a great moment… »

03.10.2020

Italy: a vote to be safe, hoping to return to “normal”

Italy: a vote to be safe, hoping to return to “normal”

The Italian elections (a referendum, regional and administrative elections) have, as usual, upset the predictions of the pollsters who had given overwhelming victories to the center-right in an anti- government sense. What happened is exactly the opposite: despite the evident irrationality and incompleteness of a constitutional reform that simply cuts… »

03.10.2020

There’s No Debating It: Trump Encourages Violent White Supremacists

There’s No Debating It: Trump Encourages Violent White Supremacists

“Proud Boys, stand back and stand by,” President Donald Trump declared at his first presidential debate with Joe Biden. Trump was asked by Fox News moderator Chris Wallace to denounce white supremacists. Instead, Trump issued a clarion call to the Proud Boys, a growing rightwing extremist group of Trump loyalists… »

03.10.2020

UN Report on Venezuela Omits the Greatest Violation of Human Rights: US Aggression

UN Report on Venezuela Omits the Greatest Violation of Human Rights: US Aggression

By Leonardo Flores On September 23, María Eugenia Russián, president of Fundalatin, Venezuela’s oldest human rights organization, testified to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and decried an attempt by a UNHRC fact-finding mission to erase people who were “lynched, burned alive, decapitated and murdered by extremist sectors… »

02.10.2020

Only one of every 15 mayoral candidates in Brazil’s capitals is a black woman

Only one of every 15 mayoral candidates in Brazil’s capitals is a black woman

“It confirms the predestined path of the black woman within the white hetero patriarchy”, says writer Bianca Santana Igor Carvalho / Translated by: Ítalo Piva Only 20 black women are running for mayor in Brazil’s 26 state capitals in 2020. In relation to the total number of candidates (317), they… »

02.10.2020

Venezuela rejects European Union’s stance on elections

Venezuela rejects European Union’s stance on elections

The Venezuelan Government on Thursday rejected the European Union’s stance to condition the designation of a monitoring and observation mission in the legislative elections on December 6. In a communiqué from the Foreign Ministry, the Bolivarian Government regretted the biased stance of the European External Action Service about the conditions… »

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