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Snowden and Latin America Expose Washington’s Impotence in a Changing World

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Finian Cunningham

This article was originally published on Strategic Culture Foundation. One of America’s genuine heroes, Major General Smedley D Butler revealed in his memoirs the true, abhorrent nature of Washington’s foreign policy. Butler had led countless military operations in Central America and the Caribbean as a US Marines Corp commander in the era of «gunboat diplomacy» […]

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Europe Cravenly Colluding with U.S. in Criminality

Europe cravenly colluding with US in criminality By Finian Cunningham Wed Jul 3, 2013
Finian Cunningham

This article first appeared in PressTV. It is hard to know which is the more outrageous: the US government’s forced landing this week of the Bolivian President Evo Morales’ official jet in Europe; or the European authorities’ compliance with the Americans in their act of international piracy. In the first instance, it is just another […]

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Who Is An Objective Journalist?

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Ann Robertson and Bill Leumer

In a recent New York Times article article David Carr questioned whether someone could be both a journalist and an activist, a question that was prompted by the role of Glenn Greenwald, a writer for The Guardian and a political activist, in reporting on Edward Snowden’s National Security Agency leaks. As Carr put it, “The question of […]

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