Foreign Affairs
In Last Days Of Presidency, Obama Authorizes Drones Strikes In Libya
The strikes were carried out overnight and were authorized by President Barack Obama, marking perhaps the final use of military force by a wartime president.
Chelsea Manning: Seven Leaks That Rocked The Middle East
The jailed military intelligence analyst's sentence was commuted on Tuesday by outgoing US President Barack Obama.
Obama’s Legacy In Africa: Terrorism, Civil War & Military Expansion
Independent geopolitical analyst Eric Draitser examines the effect of the Obama administration on Africa. What he finds is less hope and change, and more chaos and death.
German Court Green Lights Neo-Nazi Party
The National Democratic Party has an affinity for Nazism but doesn't threaten democracy, the court said.
Obama Carried Out Ten Times More Drone Strikes Than Bush
Obama oversaw more strikes in his first year than Bush carried out during his entire presidency.
UK Blocks EU Support For Israel-Palestine Peace Talks
The UK warned that the closing statement risked 'hardening positions' among Israelis and Palestinians.
Syrian Govt Addresses Water Crisis After Rebels Contaminate Key Reservoirs
US-backed “rebel” forces, who earlier this month poisoned and then damaged Damascus’ chief water supply, have now been ousted from Barada Valley reservoir.
Genocide In Yemen: Media Complicit In US-Saudi War Crimes
Writer and political analyst Catherine Shakdam shines a light on the routinely under-reported crisis in Yemen, telling Mnar Muhawesh on ‘Behind the Headline’ what’s really motivating the Saudi-led, US-backed war on the most impoverished country on the Arabian Peninsula.
UK Trained Saudi Unit Accused Of Whitewashing War Crimes In Yemen
Britain trained war crimes panel, led by controversial Bahraini judge, which campaigners have condemned as partisan.
UN: 10,000 Civilians Killed, 40,000 Wounded In Saudi War On Yemen
This announcement marks the first time a U.N. official has confirmed such a high death toll in Yemen.