Masterplottet om Putins Rusland

Masterplottet om Putins Rusland

Af Jesper Munk Jacobsen Rusland og Vladimir Putin har en lang og væmmelig historie bag sig. Den ene fortælling efter den anden i de danske medier har berettet om forkastelig adfærd fra Rusland, som har manifesteret et stereotypt og negativt billede af vestens fjende nummer ét. I løbet af foråret 2018 har de danske medier […]

Obama was a light, Trump is of the night

Obama was a light, Trump is of the night

  By Jonathan Power Politics is a fickle beast. Barack Obama won more votes among blue-collar workers than did his opponent, Senator John McCain. But it was those very blue-collar workers who tipped the scales in Donald Trump’s victory. They weren’t racists or they wouldn’t have voted for Obama in the first place. But in […]

DR forklarer hvorfor USA må have atomvåben, når andre ikke må

DR forklarer hvorfor USA må have atomvåben, når andre ikke må

  Af Jan Øberg 11. juni 2018 Artiklen publiceredes den 10. jun i 2018 og overskriften må vække opmærksomhed. DR stiller ikke spørgsmålet om det er OK at USA har dem. Nej, man forklarer hvorfor det er OK. DR’s journalist trækker ikke substantielle modargumenter frem og interviewer kun en ekspert hvis udsagn bekræfter at det […]

Blev Udenrigsudvalget orienteret af et par kriminelle og/eller CIA?

Blev Udenrigsudvalget orienteret af et par kriminelle og/eller CIA?

  Af Jan Øberg 11. juni 2018 Udenrigsudvalget have den 6. juni indkaldt to personer til at diskutere den så kontroversielle Magnitzky-lov om sanktioner mod russiske enkeltpersoner, der menes at have tjent penge i forbindelse med forbrydelser mod menneskerettigehderne. Det har DR skrevet om blandt andet den 13. marts 2018, der indledes sådan: “For at […]

Amid ‘Russiagate’ Hysteria, What Are the Facts?

Amid ‘Russiagate’ Hysteria, What Are the Facts?

  We must end this Russophobic insanity   By Jack F. Matlock, Jr. June 4, 2018 That saying – often misattributed to Euripides – comes to mind most mornings when I pick up The New York Times and read the latest “Russiagate” headlines, which are frequently featured across two or three columns on the front […]

Convicting the US of war crimes

Convicting the US of war crimes

  By Jonathan Power June 5, 2018 There is a clock ticking – towards July 20th. That is when the International Criminal Court for War Crimes goes into its summer recess. The question is will it be able in the six weeks that remain start proceedings against the US for alleged war crimes committed in […]

Iran complies with JCPOA: What should the EU do now?

Iran complies with JCPOA: What should the EU do now?

  By Jan Oberg June 4, 2018 Commenting on PressTV on the occasion of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, in Vienna confirming once again that Iran is in full compliance with the nuclear deal, the JCPOA, that the US withdrew from. Oberg argues that this is a defining moment for the Union: Either it […]

JFK Made a Forgotten Turn Toward Peace Before He Was Killed: We’ve Abandoned it Entirely

JFK Made a Forgotten Turn Toward Peace Before He Was Killed: We’ve Abandoned it Entirely

  By Patricia Hynes Co-author: Frances Crowe June 4, 2018 Greenfield, MA (Informed Comment) – Fifty-five years ago on June 10, 1963, President John F. Kennedy delivered a commencement address at American University that, in fewer than 30 minutes, turned traditional national security policy on its head. Kennedy proclaimed that world peace is “the most […]

Oh, Gaza. Strong as death is love.

Oh, Gaza. Strong as death is love.

    By Uri Avnery 2 Jun 2018 I loved Gaza. That is a play on words. The Biblical Song of Songs says that love is strong as death. Strong in Hebrew is Aza. Aza is also the Hebrew name of Gaza. I have spent many happy hours in Gaza. I had many friends there. […]

Open Letter to Prime Minister Theresa May from Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire

Open Letter to Prime Minister Theresa May from Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire

  By Mairead Maguire Appeal to P.M. May and U.K. Government to choose Peace and not war against Syria.   Dear Prime Minister May and Members of the UK Parliament, 12 Apr 2018 – As you are well aware, many people are deeply concerned at the dangerous escalation and tension between political leaders, allegations and […]

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