UN Alarmed By Condition of 1,500 Hunger-Striking Palestinians In Israeli Prisons
"I am especially alarmed by reports of punitive measures by the Israeli authorities against the hunger strikers, including restricted access to lawyers and the denial of family visits" -- Zeid Ra’ad Al-Hussein, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said in a statement.
Department Of Defense Audit Reveals US Lost Track Of $1 Billion Worth Of Weapons
Amnesty believes that the DoD's lax controls and record-keeping have resulted in US arms winding up in the hands of groups like ISIS.
66 Programs That The 2018 Trump Budget Will Eliminate
Here are the programs that Donald Trump administration is set to put on the chopping block.
Conspiracy Theories That Became Conspiracy Facts
Sometimes conspiracy theories turn out to be true. Therefore, it’s worth assessing them, even if their claims appear wholly outlandish. Especially if their claims appear wholly outlandish.
Saudi Arabia, UAE Pledge $100M Donation To Ivanka Trump’s Charity
The pledged donation elicited strong reaction, considering Trump's constant criticism of the Clinton Foundation – during his presidential campaign – for accepting donations from repressive regimes such as Saudi Arabia.
The Strategy Behind Washington’s Destabilization Of Venezuela
Venezuela represents everything that the U.S. opposes in the region: socialism, anti-imperialism, economic independence via energy exports and a viable ally for China, Russia, Iran and other countries that oppose the hegemonic designs of Washington.
China Suspends Majority Of New Coal Power Permits
The moves as China’s coal consumption has fallen for the third year running.
The Decade-Long U.S. Campaign to Foment Syria’s “Revolution” and Unseat Assad
The seeds of war were sown as early as the late 1940's, however, this article will address events that took place a decade prior the staged uprising in March 2015. Earlier dates will be addressed in future articles. The events that followed would send the country into a violent downward spiral.
The End Of Japan’s Policy Of Pacifism
Japan has long depended on the U.S. to protect it militarily, as its own armed forces were virtually eliminated in the wake of World War II. But a new push for the end of Japanese pacifism is under way, with the U.S. military-industrial complex set to profit from the expansion of Japan’s military.
Trump Advisers Propose Expanding America’s Longest Running War
"The plan comes at the end of a sweeping policy review built around the president's desire to reverse worsening security in Afghanistan and 'start winning' again.