Merkel Slams US Hegemony?
Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014
Ukrainian president: Russian troops have crossed border
Petro Poroshenko cancels planned trip to Turkey as he effectively accuses Russia of invasion
'No Russian troops in Ukraine': Moscow's OSCE rep responds to Kiev's claims
Merkel Slams US Hegemony? "America Can't Solve All The World's Problems Anymore"
First Russia and China, then UAE, Egypt, and Turkey... and now it appears Germany (following a phone call with Putin) is pulling the rug out from under US hegemony - just as Obama's warmongery ramps up...
Selective Outrage over Ukraine POWs
The U.S. news media regularly engages in selective outrage, piously denouncing some adversary for violating international law yet hypocritically silent when worse abuses are committed by the U.S. or allied governments, as the New York Times has shown again, writes Robert Parry.
Captured Russian troops 'in Ukraine by accident'
Ten Russian soldiers captured in eastern Ukraine crossed the border "by accident", Russian military sources are quoted as saying.
Russia's Putin says military escalation won't solve Ukraine crisis
Sanctions Rebound To Hit Europeans
The Fun of Empire: Fighting on All Sides of a War in Syria
Now the Obama administration and American political class is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the failed "Bomb Assad!" campaign by starting a new campaign to bomb those fighting against Assad – the very same side the U.S. has been arming over the last two years.
Turkey struggles as 'lone gatekeeper' against Islamic State recruitment
Hard-Line Splinter Group, Galvanized by ISIS, Emerges From Pakistani Taliban
Obama Warns of Extended Campaign Against ISIS
Obama weighs risks of attacking jihadists in Syria
Amid growing pressure to act, President Barack Obama on Tuesday cautioned that defeating the Islamic State would take time, even as some Pentagon officials expressed frustration with what they decried as White House foot-dragging on striking the militant group's Syria sanctuaries.
U.S. rules out coordinating with Assad on airstrikes against Islamists in Syria
The Evil of U.S. Aggression against Iraq
What better confirmation of the manifest failure of the philosophy of foreign interventionism than the renewed U.S. bombing of Iraq?