Henry Kissinger
Henry Kissinger dies at 100 with the blood of millions on his hands

The former US diplomat and notorious war criminal Henry Kissinger facilitated the killings of millions people in countries including Cambodia, Bangladesh, Chile, and Argentina.

Daniel Ellsberg Daniel Ellsberg matters more than ever to global peace movements

Daniel Ellsberg released the ‘Pentagon Papers’ which gave new life to a generation struggling against the US war on Vietnam. Though he is no longer with us, his commitment and goals never mattered more to the peace movement

US presence in Ukraine Why the time isn’t ripe for Ukraine talks

US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s remarks at an appearance at Carnegie last weekend made it clear that the US is in Ukraine for the long haul

Ukraine war food crisis Russia is ready to help alleviate the global food crisis if West lifts sanctions, says President Putin 

The US and its allies have imposed unilateral sanctions on Russia following its attack on Ukraine in February. They have also accused Russia of preventing the export of food grains and fertilizers from Ukraine

Nixon Tapes, racism and India’s leanings towards US

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha and former Ambassador M.K. Bhadrakumar discuss the recent revelations of US president Richard Nixon’s racism and the history of India’s foreign policy

Noam Chomsky: We Must Stop War with Iran Before It’s Too Late

The Trump administration is pursuing catastrophe to protect U.S. dominance.