BRICS Summit in South Africa, U.S. Trade War Escalates: Selected Articles

2 August 2018 — Global Research News

BRICS Summit Held in South Africa While U.S. Trade War Escalates

By Abayomi Azikiwe, August 02, 2018

Republic of South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa hosted the 10th BRICS Summit where strong opposition to the burgeoning trade and currency wars initiated by the United States administration of President Donald Trump was assailed. Continue reading

The World’s Darkest Hour: The British Empire As Criminal Enterprise by Romi Mahajan

15 March 2018 — CounterCurrents

The day before the 90th Academy Awards, a friend from the academia called me with a suggestion.  He was adamant.  “You know that the Churchill Movie will win some awards and you should have an article ready to publish before the announcement,” he admonished.  I agreed but failed to produce it in time. 

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Pharaoh al-Sisi sits tight By M K Bhadrakumar

16 August 2013 — Asia Times

The highly opportunistic stance taken by the “big powers” who are veto-holding permanent members of the United Nations Security Council has prevented that august body from articulating an outright condemnation of the brutality with which the Egyptian military massacred more than 1,000 civilians in Cairo on Wednesday. 

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Book Review: One Eye on the Red Horizon – The Condition of Communism By Joseph G. Ramsey

22 July 2013 — Dissident Voice


The eye-grabbing cover of Jodi Dean’s The Communist Horizon (Verso, 2012) depicts what could be the dawn of a new day. A red sun, half in view, arcs across the volume’s bottom edge. From this solid red spot, dozens of thin but widening beams fan out; crossing the background, the sunlight splits the sky itself into stripes of red and white.

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Bradley Manning / Wikileaks Newslinks 8 July 2013

8 July 2013 —

Defense gets its turn to present case as WikiLeaks trial for Bradley Manning …

Washington Post

FORT MEADE, Md. — An Army private who admittedly sent troves of classified information to WikiLeaks is preparing to refute the government’s charge that he aided the enemy. The court-martial of Pfc. Bradley Manning enters its sixth week Monday at Fort …


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Wikileaks Newslinks 2 July 2013

2 July 2013 —


WikiLeaks: Edward Snowden makes expanded asylum requests


WASHINGTON — National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, believed to be in legal limbo in the Moscow airport, is expanding his requests for asylum to another 19 countries, including China, according to WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy …


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Wikileaks Newslinks 14 June 2013

14 June 2013 —


‘WikiLeaks founder Assange did not request asylum in India’

Hindustan Times

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has never requested for asylum in India, government said on Thursday, rebutting his claim that he had written to external affairs ministry through the Indian high commissioner in London. “We have checked our records and …


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Wikileaks Newslinks 13 June 2013

13 June 2013 —


WikiLeaks founder Assange to deliver speech


SYDNEY, June 13 (Xinhua) — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is expected to address by video link the International Symposium on Electronic Art held at the University of Sydney at 5:30 p.m. local time (0730 GMT) Thursday. The recent flight of ex-CIA …


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