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Hey folks, how are you this day?

International Politics


– There are serious consequences of America’s militarized strategy that affect numerous people across the Pacific

– John Pilger: “In Ukraine, the US is dragging us towards war with Russia”

– Victoria Nuland, a U.S. envoy, states “terror” should be stopped in eastern Ukraine; Are you sure it’s not western Ukraine?

– The P5+1 and Iran are currently working on a long-term international deal

– Hillary Clinton: It would be better to get no deal with Iran than to get a “bad deal” with them (She said this to the American Jewish Committee); Bad deal? What’s a bad deal?

Middle East

In part two of five, Ali Abunimah asserts Palestinians can learn from the struggles of African-Americans in the 1960s

– Gareth Porter discusses how the U.S. is fabricating narratives on Iran and its intentions

– Iran wants to improve its diplomatic ties with Saudi Arabia through a meeting between envoys 


– Military operations were launched to find kidnapped girls in Nigeria as vigilantes in the country kill Boko Haram

– Meanwhile, Nigerian soldiers opened fire at their commander, who escaped without an injury, they blamed him for seeing their fellow soldiers killed by Boko Haram.

– Glen Ford further explores the rise of Boko Haram in Africa and why it is wrong for the U.S. to enter Nigeria (military drones were found there) without anyone critically thinking about their interests

Brandon Jordan

Brandon Jordan

Brandon Jordan is a freelance journalist in Queens, NY and written for publications such as The Nation, In These Times, Truthout and more.