Analysis of an Oxfam report, highlighting the plight of women working in garment and food production supplying goods to major Western retail companies.
Bold change is needed to restore Malaysia’s competitiveness. Malaysians could be excused for wondering if they are stuck in a time warp as… more »
If the US President genuinely seeks to broker “the ultimate deal” between Israelis and Palestinians, he will need to go beyond platitudes and… more »
The ‘War on Terror’ has simultaneously been a War on Truth. For fifteen years—from 9/11 to Saddam Hussein’s ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’ and… more »
The Neo-Con ‘West’ and its allies want to destroy the Middle East so that they can control the Middle East, writes MARK TALIANO.… more »
In ancient Greece, the barbarians were those outside of the empire who did not speak the language of civilization. Today, the barbarians emerge from…
Economic warfare doesn’t work for Washington because the US economy cannot compete, especially when it attacks its own allies and traditional partners.
When Israel stole material and secrets to build a nuclear bomb, U.S. officials looked the other way.
in theory, under the French Constitution, all religions and races should be treated equally.
Contradictions and double standards of the Western world illustrate a very general principle, writes Noam Chomsky.
The U.S. is leaving behind a deadly legacy: about 800 square miles of land littered with undetonated grenades, rockets and mortar shells.
Foreigners fighting for both sides in east Ukraine’s bloody conflict hail from across Europe and come with a bewildering array of agendas.
There are thought to be between 180,000 and 300,000 child labourers in Lebanon, many of them Syrian.
U.S. officials have leaked information to bolster allegations that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) was involved in a plot to assassinate Saudi Ambassador in Washington, D.C.
A new generation of Muslim Americans separate what is cultural, what is religious, and what is American, finding that the ‘straight path’ isn’t the same path for all.