Dandelion Salad May 27, 2021 theAnalysis-news on May 24, 2021 Col. Lawrence Wilkerson argues that American one-sided support for Israel is a danger to the region and U.S. interests. He says the U.S. should withdraw militarily from the Middle East and end support for Israel and Saudi Arabia. Doing so would encourage regional compromise, not […]
Dandelion Salad theAnalysis-news on Mar 9, 2021 The bombing of Syria was a violation of U.S. and International law. It was the U.S. that violated the nuclear deal with Iran and Biden should fulfill rejoin the agreement without new conditions. Phyllis Bennis and Larry Wilkerson join Paul Jay on theAnalysis.new.
by Finian Cunningham Writer, Dandelion Salad East Africa Crossposted from Sputnik June 20, 2019 The drama of attacks on oil and tanker assets in the Middle East can’t seem to get any more tense. The danger of war breaking out between the US and Iran is reaching a crescendo. However, if this goes down, it […]
by Finian Cunningham Writer, Dandelion Salad East Africa Crossposted from Strategic Culture Foundation May 16, 2019 After dramatic and patently scripted warnings of “Iranian aggression” by bellicose US officials, there then follows – conveniently enough – an alleged sabotage incident in the Persian Gulf region implicating Iran.
briefly featuring Caleb Maupin Writer, Dandelion Salad Caleb Maupin (website) Caleb Maupin (Facebook Page) March 4, 2019 goingundergroundRT on Mar 4, 2019 Afshin Rattansi goes over the indictment of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges and the UN accusing Israel of committing war crimes.
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews on Mar 3, 2019 Desperate men do desperate things; two leaders facing corruption charges may more aggressively push their Iran regime change agenda – Larry Wilkerson joins Paul Jay
Dandelion Salad Updated: Feb. 26 and Feb. 27, 2019 TeleSUR English on Feb 24, 2019 LIVE | From the South: Journalist Max Blumenthal joins us live to discuss the latest developments in Venezuela, and Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel speaks after casting his ballot in the country’s historic constitutional referendum. More on these and other stories […]
by Finian Cunningham Writer, Dandelion Salad East Africa Crossposted from Strategic Culture Foundation November 16, 2018 At first glance, it may seem like a positive move. The Trump administration and London are both putting pressure on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to implement a ceasefire in Yemen’s atrocious war. Washington and London are […]
Dandelion Salad Updated: Oct. 25, 2018 TheRealNews on Oct 23, 2018 Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says that the main reason for Trump to abandon the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty has to do with interests in the administration that would like to see a restarting of the nuclear arms race.
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews on Apr 23, 2018 Congress ‘lacks courage’ to assert its constitutional power to declare war. The newly proposed Corker-Kaine Senate bill says it would regulate the president’s ability to wage war, but actually gives him more war powers, says Col. Larry Wilkerson.
by David Swanson Writer, Dandelion Salad Let’s Try Democracy April 17, 2018 Five years ago, the British Parliament said no to an attack on Syria that its prime minister wanted to join the U.S. president in launching. That action, combined with public pressure, was instrumental in getting the U.S. Congress to make clear that it […]
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews on Mar 12, 2018 It is possible to make a peace deal that would denuclearize North Korea, but don’t expect Donald Trump to deliver it, says Col. Lawrence Wilkerson.
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews on Mar 4, 2018 Col. Larry Wilkerson speaking at the National Press Club the day before the official AIPAC Conference. The alternative conference was titled: ‘U.S.-Israel Relations and Middle East Policy.’
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews on Feb 5, 2018 Fifteen years after he helped write the Colin Powell speech that made the false case for war on Iraq, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says Trump is following a similar path on Iran — with the main difference being that the outcome now could “be significantly worse.”
by Gareth Porter Writer, Dandelion Salad Crossposted from The American Conservative October 3, 2017 Lawmakers use War Powers Act to finally question legality of U.S. involvement. The bill introduced by a bipartisan group of House members last week to end the direct U.S. military role in the Saudi coalition war in Yemen guarantees that the […]