Donald Trump might have walked out on his crisis meeting, but it’s looking like he’s set to do the same regarding Syria.
This morning, Donald Trump visited Iraq. While we may nitpick at his reasons why, the fact that that war is still raging should drag our focus.
George W. Bush’s eulogy for his father garnered a warm response for media commentators and celebrities alike. Are they kidding?
We don’t like to think about death, but it is coming. I suggest we accept our fate and live in the face of it. Waste not another second.
Many are claiming that Jair Bolsonaro is another Donald Trump. The reality is that the comparison doesn’t work, as Brazil’s new leader is far worse.
At the recent funeral of John McCain, the media fawned at George Bush showing off his more sensitive side. No. He’s a warmonger, and we should not forget that.
In the age of post-truth, official lies and muffled press, we need one thing from our journalists: the truth, and nothing but the truth.
While we can seldom agree, we can agree that things are bad. However, we should become a dreamer, not another cynical realist. No change will come that way.
Alex Jones being kicked off the air was just the most notable neck chopped in a towering wave of sanctioned censorship.
The defence of Julian Assange has largely been left to the individual. Noticeably, no media outlets have stood beside him. Their silence speaks volumes.
With Julian Assange set to be kicked out of the embassy, what happens next is crucial.
Just in time for the Helinski summit, a wave of anti-Russian sentiment has made it to the front pages. It’s as obvious as it is lazy.
The viral videos depicting Iranian women dancing in the street in defiance of their government is propaganda, it just looks different.
Those who truly want to participate in activism and not just talk about it need to educate their inner monologue first.
Donald Trump’s posturing to honour the flag whilst honouring the fallen continues the delusion that America was born on. That war, in all its forms, is good.
In the afterglow of the talks with North Korea, should we expect a more sensible future? Oddly, the answer might be yes.
The Australian government recently met with Julian Assange, if we were to free him, it would be an act that would revitalise our confused national identity.
With the Ecuadorian President threatening to revoke Julian Assange’s political asylum if he continues to be Julian Assange, the future is desperately bleak.
With the Skripals mysteriously recovering from their poisoning, the danger of this moment is that those that preceded it will soon be forgotten.
A hideous aspect of endless war is the fact that we’ve got comfortable with it. I say it’s time we normalise the opposite.
Trump’s escalations against Russia might bristle, but it’s nothing new. In fact, it long predates the man.
The UK has taken a strong stand against Russia in the wake of the Sergei Skripal poisoning. The only problem is that they’re short on evidence.