John Pilger – Sicko 2: The Destruction of Britain’s Health Service

Every weekend we feature an article written, with kind permission, by highly acclaimed film-maker, author and journalist John Pilger who,...

30th Jul 2016 / United Kingdom

The Psychology of Ideology and Religion

By Robert J. Burrowes - Two of the drivers of world affairs that manifest in the daily decisions that affect our...

30th Jul 2016 / Global

A Decade of Evidence Demonstrates The Dramatic Failure Of Globalisation

By Graham Vanbergen - According to wikipedia, Globalisation is the process of international integration arising from the interchange of world...

29th Jul 2016 / Global

Sugar-Coated Lies: How The Food Lobby Destroys Health In The EU

By Colin Todhunter - Over half the population of the European Union (EU) is overweight or obese. Without effective action,...

29th Jul 2016 / EU

Ban of Russian Olympic Team – Cold War at Its ‘Best’!

By Andre Vltchek - The Empire is becoming thoroughly unpredictable. It is attacking on all fronts. It lost all its...

28th Jul 2016 / Global

European Use of Military Drones Expanding

By Chris Cole of dronewars.uk - Two weeks ago a new coalition of European civil society groups (including Drone Wars UK)...

28th Jul 2016 / Global

The Global Trade System is Broken, is Brexit the UK’s Moment

By Global Justice - In response to the seismic political and economic events that have shaped the past decade, a growing...

28th Jul 2016 / United Kingdom

‘Economy of Resistance’ Liberates Iran from Sanctions: Former World Bank Economist

The following is part two and the last part of the interview: The Economic Development and Resistance Economy of Iran with...

28th Jul 2016 / Global

Saleh v. Bush – The Case Against George Bush and Accomplices Goes to Appeal

By Witness Iraq - Comar Law is challenging the legality of the Iraq War in U.S. Federal Court. Saleh v. Bush, now on appeal in...

27th Jul 2016 / Global

South China Sea – Watch Out, Dragon Could Bite

By Andre Vltchek - China is fuming. It has obviously had enough, it is reaching the limit. For decades it tried...

27th Jul 2016 / Global