By Max Blumenthal, published in Alternet, Oct 3, 2016 On September 30, demonstrators gathered in city squares across the West for a "weekend of action” to “stop the bombs” raining down from Syrian government and Russian warplanes on rebe
By Oliver Bullough, New York Times, Opinion Page, April 7, 2016 KIEV, Ukraine — Here in Ukraine, one revelation from the Panama Papers has attracted more attention than any other: In August 2014, when Ukrainian soldiers were trapped under ar
Top News: "COLOMBIA: What Way Forward After Peace With FARC?" - https://politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/An-historic-handshake-between-FARC-delegate-Luciano-Marin-and-Colombian-government-peace-delegate-Humberto-de-la-Calle-Colombia-Politics-News-790x395.jpg - The agreement is cause for huge celebration, but an official end to war with the FARC is only the start of the road to peace. on Politicoscope - https://politicoscope.com/2016/08/30/colombia-what-way-forwar
By Erwan Castel, published on his French-language blog Donbass ! on July 27, 2016, translated to English by New Cold War.org. Whether you are Christian, or pagan like me, it’s hard not to be impressed and moved by the quiet crowds of Orthodo
VIDEO: The economic insurgents and fiscal charters leaving the economy to monetary policy. In the second half, Max interviews Fran Boait of Positive Money UK about Osborne’s ‘fiscal charter,’ the rise of inequality and its causes.
Hurriyet Daily News, March 15, 2016 Selahattin Demirtaş, the co-chair of the Kurdish problem-focused Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), has repeatedly condemned a suicide car bomb attack that killed at least 37 people in Turkey’s capital Ankara