Evasions, accidents, engagements, and fulfilment: An autobiographical fragment

Evasions, accidents, engagements, and fulfilment: An autobiographical fragment

By Richard Falk, TFF Associate March 16, 2020 Prefatory Note This post is something new for me, an autobiographical fragment written at the request of an online listserv as a suggestive model for academics at the start of their careers as diplomatic historians. I publish it here on my blog. It was found unsuitable for […]

Getting out of Afghanistan

Getting out of Afghanistan

By Jonathan Power October 29, 2019 It’s the most repeated maxim in all the reportage on the war in Afghanistan: “The Americans have the watches, we, the Taliban, have the time.” “Play it again, Sam” was said in “Casablanca”. It should be played, said and listened to in Kabul and Washington today. This is America’s […]

50 Years of Coverup of the My Lay Massacre And Therefore Nothing Learnt

50 Years of Coverup of the My Lay Massacre And Therefore Nothing Learnt

    We bring you here three contributions by TFF Associates to commemorate the My Lai Massacre in Vietnam 50 years ago     # 1 – Michel Chossudovsky   By Dr. Gary G. Kohls and Prof Michel Chossudovsky   Global Research Editor’s Note This article was first published on March 15, 2008, to commemorate […]