With Anglo-American Backing, Israel Defies the World Court

The International Court of Justice opened one week of hearings on Feb. 19 on the request of the UN General Assembly for an Advisory Opinion on “Israeli practices affecting the Human Rights of the Palestinian People in the Occupied Territory, including East Jerusalem”. This case is pursuant to the request submitted in Dec. 2022 and is separate from the complaint […]

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Does Israel Intend to Destroy UNRWA?

The head of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, Philippe Lazzarini, has charged Israel with carrying out a “concentrated campaign, which is aimed at destroying UNRWA”. In an interview with the Swiss Tages-Anzeiger, he added that Israel apparently believes that “if the aid agency is abolished, the status of the Palestinian refugees will be resolved once and […]

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For Once, Josep Borrell Gets It Right

European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell suggested Feb. 12 that if Joe Biden really thinks that Israel’s response to the Hamas Oct. 7 attack is “over the top,” as the U.S. President reportedly said last week, then he should stop the flow of weapons to Israel. “But let’s be logical”, Borrell asked media in Brussels, “how many times have you […]

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Watch and Spread New Video on “The Oasis Plan – LaRouche’s Solution for the Middle East”

South-West Asia is a geopolitical playground, maintained in a state of perpetual conflict as a bomb whose fuse can be lit at any time. This has exacted a terrible toll on the people of Palestine and Israel. Lyndon LaRouche’s vision for the region promises development, not conflict, productivity, not geopolitics. It is embodied in the Oasis Plan. This 14-minute program […]

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Farmer Protests Expanding in Europe, Geographically and Socially

Two leading patterns stand out in the ongoing protest wave of farmers in Europe: the tendency toward a broader revolt involving independent entrepreneurs and craftspeople as a whole, and the coordination of protests among Eastern European countries. The first is particularly visible in Germany, judging from three public events in Nuremberg, Chemnitz and Düsseldorf at the end of last week. […]

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The Not-So-Objective Moneybags Behind ‘Correctiv’

While more and more information is emerging in Germany that raise questions as to the real nature of the so-called “anti-fascist” demonstrations that have swept the country over the last weeks, the narrative about a “secret conspiracy” for the deportation of millions of immigrants, involving the opposition party AfD, continues to be peddled by media elsewhere in Europe and beyond […]

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Lula Calls for ‘Win-Win’ Relations with Egypt During State Visit

Brazilian President Lula da Silva’s two-day visit to Egypt over Feb. 14-15 culminated with an official state visit with host Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, and the signing of two major bilateral accords; one that will strengthen trade in agricultural products, and one expanding cooperation in science, technology and innovation. From Cairo, the Brazilian President was off to Addis Abeba […]

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