McKinsey and Mayor Pete in Afghanistan

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Pete Buttigieg worked for the vile management-consulting company McKinsey & Company between 2007 and 2010, which he essentially refuses to discuss, claiming it...

Of Russian Meddlers and U.S. Political Consultants

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"Russia allegedly meddled in Bolivia’s controversial election," Quartz reported over the weekend, based on a story by the Russian publication Proekt.

Roundup On The Largely Overlooked Protests in Iraq and the Glorious...

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Yesterday, CounterPunch ran an interesting story by Patrick Cockburn about the bloody anti-government protests in Iraq. Amnesty International says 264 demonstrators people...

Check Out Our New Podcast Featuring Dr. Tony Monteiro!

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This week we are joined by Dr. Tony Monteiro as he discusses 2019's domestic and foreign politics...

Bolivia’s New President and Her First Man

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Bolivia's self-declared new president, Jeanine Anez, has been busy in recent days purging her Twitter page of racist tweets, such as this...

The “Civic Leader” Behind the Coup in Bolivia

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Media outlets covering the coup in Bolivia have invariably hailed one of its leaders, Luis Fernando Camacho, as a "civic leader" and...

They’re Back! Investors and Politicos Flock to Saudi Investor Forum

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Here's a shocker. After largely taking off last year due to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, business executives and political figures from...

Defeat of ISIS Isn’t Enough. We Must Have “Enduring Defeat.”

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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead but the threat posed by the terrorist organization he headed is nearly as vibrant as ever, at...

A Joke That Explains A Lot About Lebanese Corruption

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“Lebanon’s embattled prime minister sought international support Tuesday for economic reforms announced a day earlier, which were intended to pacify massive protests...

Did Anyone Notice That Brazil Was Just Reelected to a Seat...

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The answer to the above question is probably not, since countless stories have recently appeared in the U.S. media about Venezuela winning...