Anti-Imperialism/Foreign Policy

“The Forgotten Terrorist Pretext of the Vietnam War”

Since 9/11, terrorism has become the ultimate entitlement program for America’s political elite.
Jim Bovard, “The Forgotten Terrorist Pretext of the Vietnam War” [2023]


February 17, 2023

Cuba and Vietnam: What’s the Difference?
During a visit to Mexico by Cuba’s president Miguel Díaz-Canel, Mexican President Manuel Amador López Obrador (AMLO), announced that he was willing to lead an international effort to pressure the U.S. government into lifting its six-decade-old economic embargo against the Cuban people. AMLO stated, “As a sign of goodwill and that all the countries of the Americas are willing to join forces, I …

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