60 Years On, Lives Are Still Being Ruined by the US’ Agent Orange Campaign in Vietnam

60 Years On, Lives Are Still Being Ruined by the US’ Agent Orange Campaign in Vietnam

Six decades ago, the US started spraying toxic herbicide across Vietnam, killing and disabling millions of people. RT speaks to a man who has dedicated his career to repairing the horrific legacy left behind by his country. Chris Sweeney is an author and columnist who has written for newspapers such as The Times, Daily Express,…

‘Previously Unknown Massacres’: Why is Israel Allowed to Own Palestinian History?

‘Previously Unknown Massacres’: Why is Israel Allowed to Own Palestinian History?

Haaretz’s investigative report – ‘Classified Docs Reveal Massacres of Palestinians in ’48 – and What Israeli Leaders Knew’ – is a must-read. It should be particularly read by any person who considers himself a ‘Zionist’ and also by people who, for whatever reason, support Israel, anywhere in the world. “In the village of Al-Dawayima (…),…

American Civil War: Of Roman Plagues, Handmaid’s Tales & the Real Geopolitics of Fiction

American Civil War: Of Roman Plagues, Handmaid’s Tales & the Real Geopolitics of Fiction

Biden’s foreign policy and his attitude to the EU seems to be a clone of Trump’s. Which oddly and incredibly, lends more to the Handmaid scenario than it does Black Mirror. How can we explain how Australia, Britain, Austria, Italy, and more have gone the path of arbitrary and capricious detention and exclusion from society?…

Mackindergarten Lesson

Mackindergarten Lesson

The Heartland plus population plus production plus sea power: that’s the end of the “Columbian Age”. In 1904, the British geographer, Halford Mackinder, read a paper named “The Geographical Pivot of History” at the Royal Geographical Society. In the paper he advanced a hypothesis on the influence of geographic reality on world power relationships. This…

President John F. Kennedy: His Life and Public Assassination

President John F. Kennedy: His Life and Public Assassination

Despite a treasure trove of new research and information having emerged over the last fifty-eight years, there are many people who still think who killed President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and why are unanswerable questions. They have drunk what Dr. Martin Schotz has called “the waters of uncertainty” that results “in a state of confusion in…