Unelected US-backed coup leader Juan Guaidó immediately moved to try to restructure Venezuela’s state-owned oil company and seek financing from the neoliberal IMF.
Just like in Libya, the current conflict in Venezuela is far bigger than some humanitarian crisis as they are sitting on mountains of gold and oil.
It would be nice to think the president has final say on foreign policy, given the U.S. Constitution. But the misleading troop withdrawal announcement, followed by Trump’s boastful tweet, suggests the exact opposite.
Donald Trump has tweeted that ISIS has been defeated, as the White House announced that US has started pulling out its troops from Syria.
Hiding the provision in a Farm Bill, the House passed an insidious piece of legislation that will facilitate perpetual war and genocide in Yemen.
In a historic vote, the senate advanced a resolution that would end US support for the Saudi-led coalition that has been waging war in Yemen since 2015.
Tulsi Gabbard just did what many in congress are far too afraid to do and that is call out the US subservience to the terrorist nation of Saudi Arabia.
While filming the protests on the Gaza strip, a photographer for the Associated Press—wearing a PRESS vest—was reportedly shot by an Israeli sniper.
For 16 years, the US has dumped $1.5 million a day into Afghanistan to fight heroin production and in that time, heroin production has more than quadrupled.
A damning report from the USAID shows that over $700 million in supposed humanitarian aid money may have actually ended up in the hands of terrorist groups.