The debate we need to have Henri A. Kissinger, 8 April 2008 (International Herald Tribune) The long-predicted American debate about national security policy has yet to occur. Essentially tactical issues have overwhelmed the most important challenge a new administration will … Read more . . .
Bush Delivers Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia Associated Press | January 14, 2008 RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – President Bush, on his first visit to this oil-rich kingdom, delivered a major arms sale Monday to a key ally in a region … Read more . . .
U.S. Set to Offer Huge Arms Deal to Saudi Arabia By DAVID S. CLOUD Published: July 28, 2007 WASHINGTON, July 27 — The Bush administration is preparing to ask Congress to approve an arms sale package for Saudi Arabia and … Read more . . .
Israel to Get $30 Billion in Military Aid From U.S. By STEVEN ERLANGER Published: August 17, 2007 JERUSALEM, Aug. 16 — Israel and the United States signed a deal on Thursday to give Israel $30 billion in military aid over … Read more . . .
Holocaust policy for schools is altered International Herald Tribune, 19 February 2008 The education minister on Monday softened a proposal by President Nicolas Sarkozy to make French 10-years-olds honor child Holocaust victims. Sarkozy said last week that each student in … Read more . . .
The map of illegal detention of migrants in Europe Every year in the European Union and neighbouring countries, hundreds of thousands of children, women and men are arrested or detained simply because they do not have a residence permit. Since … Read more . . .
The story of the fly Imagine that you sit in a cafe and a fly drops into your cup. What will you do ? 1 – You are an Englishman: You throw everything – cup and contents – and … Read more . . .
Informing Science Volume 9, 2006, Editor: Eli Cohen Information Warfare and Deception William HutchinsonEdith Cowan University, Perth. Australiaw.firstname.lastname@example.org AbstractThis paper examines the history of the phenomenon of Information Warfare and the increasingly dominant role that deception is taking within its framework. … Read more . . .
Dollar Deception: How Banks Secretly Create Money by Ellen Brown (Web of Debt) July 3, 2007 It has been called “the most astounding piece of sleight of hand ever invented.” The creation of money has been privatized, usurped from Congress … Read more . . .
The Federal Reserve Act is Unconstitutional In order to fully understand the following documents there needs to be an explanation of the background behind the case. Please note that the assignment of the case to Judge Mahoney was through standard … Read more . . .
NATO wants to sacrifice Muslims to secure Western hegemony (AFP) – Aug 26, 2009 ANKARA — Turkey should expand the mandate of its troops in Afghanistan and play a bigger part in the fight against terrorism, NATO’s secretary general said … Read more . . .
CIA hired a private company to carry out assassinations According to the International Herald Tribune of August 21, 2009, the CIA hired Blackwater, which changed its name to Xe Services, to conduct extra-judicial assassinations of individuals disliked by the United … Read more . . .
Obama’s Yemeni odyssey targets China By M K Bhadrakumar Asia Times, January 9,2010 http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/LA09Ak03.html A year ago, Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Saleh made the startling revelation that his country’s security forces apprehended a group of Islamists linked to the Israeli … Read more . . .
News of the covert U.S. covert war in Yemen … Read more . . .
U.S. Expands Lead in Shrinking Arms Market Andrew Fisher Arms Control Today » October 2009 In the midst of a global recession that reduced the global demand for weapons, the United States managed to expand its share of worldwide arms … Read more . . .
On Fiji, a crop of soldiers fuels economy A. Craig Copetas, The New York Times, October 30, 2007 SUVA, Fiji — Since the 1970s, this impoverished and remote remnant of the British Empire has positioned itself as a discount-soldier surplus … Read more . . .
On the path to barbarity It is no accident that those who advocate war for humanitarian reasons end up justifying torture John Laughland, The Guardian, November 6, 2007 Arguments in favour of the legalisation of torture have not lost their … Read more . . .
http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/05/31/war-crimes-as-policy-2/Weekend Edition May 31-Jun 02, 2013 The CIA: Keepers of the Hit ListsWar Crimes as Policyby DOUGLAS VALENTINE and NICOLAS J.S. DAVIES In February the Guardian and BBC Arabic unveiled a documentary exploring the role of retired Colonel James Steele … Read more . . .
Case concerning armed activities on the territory of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Uganda) International Court of Justice JUDGMENT OF 19 DECEMBER 2005 … Read more . . .
And with the king, five plane-loads of advisers The Telegraph, October 30, 2007 By Caroline Gammell The House of Saud is not known to scrimp when its principal players go travelling. Arriving at Heathrow yesterday afternoon, it is understood that … Read more . . .