Monthly Archives: January 2015

Palestine, Israel and International Law

By Robert Fantina On December 30 of 2014, the United Nations, in a very close vote, refused to set a time frame for the end of the Israeli occupation of Palestine. The United States, true to form, voted no, saying, … Continue reading

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Introduction to ‘Empire, Racism and Genocide: A History of U.S. Foreign Policy’

Despite what is taught in public schools across the nation, the U.S. is not unique in the road it took to become a world power. The happy thought of the founding fathers, finding themselves in an unpopulated land, rich in … Continue reading

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