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Arab Spring “for democracy” in Algeria, Sudan, Libya – the beginning of new civil wars? Dr. Jonathan Spyer, Middle East Forum

The current instability in Algeria, Sudan and Libya has led to some excited western media coverage heralding a second chapter of the Arab Spring. Those celebrating should be careful what they wish for. The Arab uprisings of 2010-11 and the subsequent years began with great hope but with the partial exception of Tunisia, left only strife, war and state fragmentation ... Read More »

Anti-EU partier som støtter nasjonal selvråderett hetses bredt i media. Er selvråderett og folkestyre “fienden” nå? Hanne Nabintu Herland, Herland Report

Vi som er en del av den europeiske grasrotbevegelsen som opponerer seg mot statlig overformynderi, de kulturradikale elitenes kontroll over befolkningen gjennom ensrettingen i mediene og som kjemper for nasjonal suverenitet og selvråderett har gode dager nå, skriver religionshistoriker og grunnlegger av Herland Report, Hanne Nabintu Herland. Folk har vel aldri folk vært så bevisst at de utsettes for en ... Read More »

Documentation and Analysis on the Alleged Chlorine Attacks in Syria 2014-18 – Dr. Tim Hayward, Herland Report

We all remember how the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April, 2018 led to a missile attack on Syria by the US, France and UK. This briefing note summarizes the results of further investigations of the Douma incident and explains relevant scientific issues. This note also examines the processes by which OPCW Fact-Finding Missions and the UN/OPCW Joint Investigative ... Read More »

Former NSA Whistle-Blower William Binney at Herland Report TV: Mass Surveillance State Destroys Democracy, Fort Russ News

Former NSA director, William Binney, has come forward in a Herland Report exclusive, to disclose the NSA’s massive violation of the constitutional rights of U.S citizens. But more, it involves the targeting of people around the world regardless of citizenship. Among the key, critical components is how the new methods of investigating and charging an alleged suspect, strip the accused ... Read More »

An historical overview: United States and Venezuela, the country with the largest oil reserves in the world, James Petras, Herland Report

Read the overview of the United States’ policies in South America, focusing on Venezuela, as told by professor James Petras. “Venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the world. US hostility and efforts to overthrow the Venezuelan government forms parts of a long and inglorious history of US intervention in Latin America going back to the second decade of the ... Read More »

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