Saudis Hiding Their Defeat

So obvious now that the Saudis are covering up the damage being inflicted upon them by Yemeni resistance drone strikes on their military and oil infrastructure. On Friday the resistance hit an oil refinery in Riyadh, and a week ago Samad 3 drones struck King Khalid military base located in the historically Yemeni but today Saudi occupied province of Asir.

Why the Newsclick Raids are Anti-National Just Like Modi’s Policies

Delhi, India: Raids have been conducted on the homes and offices of Newsclick editor-in-chief Prabir Purkayastha whose network does some of the best journalism in the country. These raids have been carried out by the Enforcement Directorate, which is controlled by Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman. This is happening in a climate in which the Modi government and its influencers have been busy accusing anyone who supports the farmers protests of being ‘anti-national’…

Imperialism, India, and the Farmers Protests

How are the farmers protests in India related to India? As many of you will know, the one-way net-transfer of wealth from India to Britain amounted to $45 trillion USD. This plunder happened largely at the expense of the Indian farmer who paid taxes to the British colonial regime, which then used one-third of those taxes to purchase goods from India for export while pocketing the exchange earnings (read Utsa Patnaik’s piece).

Reasons Why Trump = Lesser Evil on U.S. Foreign Policy

Before winning in 2016, Trump was the anti-war candidate *relative* to Hillary Clinton who wanted to impose a no-fly-zone over Syria, which could only necessitate shooting down Russian planes. By contrast, Trump was openly praising Russia for eliminating ISIS. Given the information available at that time, Trump was the lesser evil on foreign policy relative to Clinton, hands down.

Artsakh & Kashmir, Legality vs. Morality: A Response to Andrew Korybko

Recently Andrew Korybko wrote an article essentially defending, "Pakistan's extremely vocal support of Azerbaijan's counteroffensive against Armenian forces in Occupied Nagorno-Karabakh"…my only point is, that which is legal isn't always moral, and that which is moral isn't always legal. Regarding the question of legality, Korybko ignores that India's position on granting the plebiscite has many parallels to Azerbaijan's position.