Mapping A Geopolitical Future: America’s Adventures In Divvying Up Iraq
“Just like the Arab Spring was exploited to serve imperialistic agendas, this new wave of nationalism we see rise among ethnic groups has been weaponized to serve Tel Aviv’s neocons’
From NYC, Ferguson To Baltimore, American Police Are Trained In Apartheid Israel
Journalist Rania Khalek tells MintPress that whether it’s Baltimore or Palestine, “systems of oppression are working together to oppress people.”
Coups, Massacres And Contras: The Legacy Of Washington’s New Point Man In Latin America
Despite shifts on Cuba and Venezuela, the Obama administration’s appointment of a man who’s been involved in the overthrow of leftist governments since the 1980s, to head the White
The Price Of Dissent: Abby Martin Gets Graphic Rape Threats From Chris Kyle Fans
With her family protected from death threats, Martin is ready to get on with her real work: “Exposing the criminals and exposing nationalism as a toxic cancer that perpetuates death
The TPP Threatens A Free And Open Internet
With legislation to fast-track the Trans-Pacific Partnership looking all but certain to pass, MintPress explores an often overlooked aspect of the secretive trade pact: how it benefits
How Federal Policies, Johns Hopkins, And ‘Redevelopment’ Led To The Slumification Of Baltimore
“I can’t tell the difference, even in some of the areas that were supposedly hardest hit by looting ... because some of these areas that the protesters are in even before these
The Staggering Size Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis Threatens Aid Efforts
Foreign aid budgets and NGOs are overwhelmed by the massive Syrian refugee crisis, and it’s only getting worse as time goes on.
The 1st Amendment: Yet Another Victim Of The Baltimore Police
Despite police assurances that media were welcome on the streets after curfew, their first amendment rights -- and those of Baltimore citizens -- have suffered under rubber bullets
The End Of The American Century? China And Uncle Sam Race To The Top
As one expert explains his theories on why this may or may not be the end of the American century, another cautions that such a question is beside the point -- what matters most is
Labor Unions, Business Lobby Clash Over Obama’s Bid For TPP “Fast Track” Authority
Rather than building support and momentum for fast track, introduction of the fast-track bill seems to have had the opposite effect of galvanizing opposition and spurring mobilization