Facebook is not a mirror. It’s a gun. Unlicensed – it is not subject to laws or control... Zuckerberg is not Kim Jong Un. He’s much, much more powerful.
People who have paid attention to the human rights situation in the U.S. would know that the story of Floyd’s death is not an unfamiliar one.
Serious human rights violation by India in Occupied Kashmir are on the radars of all representative international and regional bodies, including the United Nations, as well as all world leaders, including the United States.
One of the major objectives of the U.S. is to militarily and politically debilitate Hezbollah. Despite sustained American efforts, Hezbollah is getting stronger.
China must know that where our lives and livelihoods are concerned, no country, regardless of how powerful it may be, can intimidate us Africans ever again.
If Washington’s policy of coercion is successful against Iran, why wouldn’t it employ the same strategy against China, Europe or Russia?
Trashing it as 'the worst deal ever,' President Donald Trump officially withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal on May 8, 2018.
Western countries, which call themselves “democracies”, have imposed various kinds of sanctions on almost a third of the global population and do not intend to reduce them amid the fight against the coronavirus.
Learning from the failure of the League of Nations and now the weakening of the U.N., the people(s) and their politicians ought to open the path toward a global stakeholder democracy, by and for all, in omnilateralism.
The U.S. move is also part of the U.S. president's wider foreign policy doctrine of "America first" unilateralism, which seeks to withdraw from, undermine and ignore multilateral institutions, as well as dangle the funding for them as populist meat to voters. The American public shouldn't buy this nonsense, which reflects a total lack of leadership on behalf of Washington.