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28 May, 2003

Will Iran Be Next?

Background and history relating to US - Iran - Israel relations.

28 May, 2003

An Emerging Axis Of Evil
By Jim Lobe

America, India and Israel are fast emerging as an Axis of Evil that the world should fear

26 May, 2003

On the Roads of Ruin
By Peter Oborne

In a remarkable journey, meeting militia leaders and the heavily guarded President, Peter Oborne found a nation left to fend for itself - and Taliban thugs undeterred

23 May, 2003

Inverted Totalitarianism
By Sheldon Wolin

The current American system and its operatives share with Nazism the aspiration toward unlimited power and aggressive expansionism, their methods and actions seem upside down

21 May, 2003

The Big Brother Is Watching
By Duncan Campbell

Pentagon is developing cyber-surveillance systems which would give the government access to private emails and medical, education, travel and financial records

Oil Wars Pentagon's Policy Since 1999
By Ritt Goldstein

A top-level United States policy document has emerged that explicitly confirms the Defence Department's readiness to fight an oil war

19 May, 2003

Another Day, Another Outrage
By Phil Reeves and Leonard Doyle

The wave of suicide attacks in an arc that stretches from Morocco and Algeria through Israel ­ Is America winning the war on terror?

So What Was The War For?
By Robert Fisk

More than 50 dead in a week. Thanks for the Iraq war.

18 May, 2003

Instant-Mix Imperial Democracy.
Buy One, Get One Free

By Arundhati Roy

Full text of the Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR)-sponsored lecture delivered by Arundhati Roy at the Riverside Church in Harlem, New York, on May 13

17 May, 2003

I Apologize For America
By Tikyra Angelique

An American peace activist apologizes to humanity for the crimes committed in her name

The Greatest Threat To Peace
By Noam Chomsky and David Barsamian

An interview with Noam Chomsky

16 May, 2003

Strange Weather Lately
By Kurt Vonnegut

Adapted from a Clemens Lecture presented in April for the Mark Twain House in Hartford, Connecticut

15 May, 2003

Vinnell The Target
By Marian Wilkinson

The bloody attacks in Riyadh are telling because of their targets, in particular the Vinnell Corporation which has close links with the Bush family and the administration

14 May, 2003

A Backlash In The Desert

The car-bomb attacks on expatriate housing complexes in Riyadh, reflect the first response to the month-long American occupation of Iraq

13 May, 2003

From Cold War to Holy War
By Henry C K Liu

The war was about eliminating the will of any state to defy US global intentions, which neo-conservatives define as faith-based benign hegemony

11 May, 2003

US's "Axis of Evil" as China Sees It

Victory for China does not lie in killing and plundering the enemy. Disgracing an enemy in front of a wide audience is a goal in itself

10 May, 2003

Will Iran Be Next?
By Mark Gaffne

In the coming months the United States and its ally Israel will either accede to the existence of an Iranian nuclear power program, or take steps to prevent it

Bush Targets Iran
By Paul Koring

U.S. President George W. Bush shifted targets yesterday, saying that Iran must be stopped from developing nuclear warheads

09 May, 2003

The Two Faces Of Rumsfeld
By Randeep Ramesh

2000: director of a company which wins $200m contract to sell nuclear reactors to North Korea
2002: declares North Korea a terrorist state, part of the axis of evil and a target for regime change

08 May, 2003

Bush's Real Goal In Iraq
By Jay Bookman

The war in Iraq was intended to mark the official emergence of the United States as a full-fledged global empire, seizing sole responsibility and authority as planetary policeman

Global Eye -- Dark Passage
By Chris Floyd

Not since "Mein Kampf" has a geopolitical punch been so blatantly telegraphed, years ahead of the blow

07 May, 2003

Blue Print For US Global Hegemony
By Bette Stockbauer

Blueprint of the PNAC Plan for U.S. Global Hegemony. Some people have compared it to Hitler's publication of Mein Kampf, which was ignored until after the war was over

Next Target: Iran?
By Jim Lobe

With Iraq under U.S. occupation and Syria shaken by a series of high-level threats, Iran is now looming as a major target for U.S. pressure

06 May, 2003

"America: The Failed Experiment"
By Paul Harris

Today, it is the most powerful nation on earth in every sense of the word, except moral. The moral authority of the United States comes from the barrel of a gun.

Ritter Blasts Bush's War
By Jan Barry

Ex-weapons inspector and former Marine Scott Ritter is calling for regime change in Washington.

05 May, 2003

The Responsibility of the Intellectuals:
Cuba, the U.S. and Human Rights

By James Petras

James Petras raises some pertinent questions about the role of intellectuals over the issues of U.S. imperialism and human rights in Cuba

03 May, 2003

The Cuba Conundrum
By Saul Landau

Cuba must present the facts and reasons for arresting and condemning people

02 May, 2003

U.S. government purchase data on
Mexico’s 65 million registered Voters

A probe has been launched into how the Atlanta-based corporation ChoicePoint Inc. was able to purchase data on Mexico’s 65 million registered voters as well as six million licensed drivers in Mexico City

30 April, 2003

Bush's "Christian" Blood Cult
By Wayne Madsen

The cultist form of Christianity practised by George Bush with its emphasis on death rather than life, is worrying the leaders of mainstream Christian religions, particularly the Pope

29 April, 2003

Cuba Controversy
By Michael Albert

The Cuban government has enacted draconian legal measures against opponents. The U.S. government, having provoked the situation by decades of machinations, will very likely use the events to justify further intervention against the island's people.

25 April, 2003

Do Not Turn Korean Peninsula Into Waste Land
By Vladimir Tikhonov

Washington's plans are aimed at pressing potential military rivals, China and Russia, by occupying North Korea or through launching a "preemptive strike" on China

24 April, 2003

Boycott American Goods For Peace
By James Petras and Manuel Talens

Manifesto For A Global Economic Boycott Of The Empire

The Bottom Dollar
By George Monbiot

There is only one way to check American power and that is to support the euro

Noam Chomsky's Golden Rule
By Eric Bosse

"There is one simple way for the United States to decrease very significantly the amount of terror in the world, just stop supporting and participating in it."

23 April, 2003

Target Next: Indian Military Bases
By Josy Joseph in New Delhi

A classified report commissioned by the United States Department of Defense, states that the country wants access to Indian bases and military infrastructure with the United States Air Force specifically desiring the establishment of airbases in India.

An Anti-Colonial War Against
The Americans May Have Already Begun

By Robert Fisk and Amy Goodman

An Interview With Robert Fisk On Democracy Now

Rumsfeld calls for regime change in North Korea
By David Rennie

A secret Donald Rumsfeld memorandum calling for regime change in North Korea was leaked yesterday, opening a fresh foreign policy split in the Bush administration.






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