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The DPRK Foreign Ministry Tuesday issued the following statement: The U.S. and its followers committed a hostile act of violating the DPRK’s right to satellite launch by abusing the United Nations Security Council again. On April 16 the UNSC issued a statement of its president “condemning” the DPRK’s satellite launch for peaceful purposes. The DPRK […]

The recent unprovoked massacre of 17 Afghan civilians, 9 of them children and 3 of them women, initiated widespread but temporary public discussion about the future of the war. However, in an age of tweets and instant messaging there was hardly the necessary span of attention to recognize the grave implications of increasing U.S. war […]

The first in a three part series that chronicles the opaque US advocacy group known as “Invisible Children”, their latest money-raising campaign KONY 2012, and their globalist ties. Time is running out. Not for Joseph Kony, but for Invisible Children. Tales of the LRA and Kony have again been reignited, as the KONY 2012 campaign’s […]

It was 13 months ago we disclosed that the administration passed a stimulus bill known as the $17.5 billion “Hiring Incentives Act” to restore employment. It required that foreign banks not only withhold 30% of all outgoing capital flows, and disclosure of the full details of transactions of non-exempt holders to the Internal Revenue Service. […]

The press wires are reporting on intensified fighting in Mali between the nation’s military and ethnic Tuareg rebels of the Azawad National Liberation Movement in the north of the nation. As the only news agencies with global sweep and the funds and infrastructure to maintain bureaus and correspondents throughout the world are those based in […]

In one of the more bizarre foreign policy announcements of a bizarre Obama Administration, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced that Washington will “help” Kosovo to join NATO as well as the European Union. She made the pledge after a recent Washington meeting with Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci in Washington where she […]

The presidential elections in France will open on April 22, and the candidates’ campaigning explainably holds the attention of watchers in Ankara. The immediate future of the ties between Turkey and France largely depends on the outcome of the poll, plus their reverting to normalcy can become a prologue to a warming of Turkey’s relations […]

A conference of the Open Government Partnership will convene in Brazil on April 17-18, with representatives of 52 countries planning to attend. The event is supposed to demonstrate that the partnership which has the reputation of a US invention has a big and global following, facilitates communication between civil societies and governments in line with […]

THE CRIMINALIZATION OF “GLOBAL JUSTICE” The New World Order under U.S. dominion turns international law on its head and puts criminal-bought flunkies on the judicial bench. America, which is not even a signatory to the treaty that created the International Criminal Court, calls all the shots like a Mafia don. Africans and a few Serbs […]

As the French presidential election moves into its final stages, the French people are now reflecting on the nature of Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidency.
Known by the French themselves as Sarko the American, what many do not know is that Sarkozy’s family ties lead directly into the heart of the American political establishment. Find out more in this week’s GRTV Backgrounder on Global Research TV. France’s 2012 presidential election cycle is finally winding up this month as the country prepares to head to the polls this Sunday for the first round of voting. For the candidates, it’s a time to consolidate their vote, energize their base and rally their troops on the home stretch. For the electorate, it marks the end to what has been a particularly grueling campaign, one that has been at times surprising, salacious and terrifying.

Size of Banks Killing Economy … But Giant Banks Have Only Gotten Bigger Since Financial “Reform” Enacted   For years, many high-level economists and financial experts have said that – unless we break up the giant banks – our economy will never recover, real reform will be blocked, and democracy and the rule of law […]

Contradicting a recent report in the UK’s authoritative Sunday Times, America’s Time Magazine, quoting unnamed senior Israeli intelligence officials suggests that Israel’s Secret Service the Mossad has, in recent months, been “cutting back” on covert operations inside Iran including the conduct of targeted assassinations. Ironically, the Times and TIME contradict one another. The Sunday Times […]

On the first week of April 2012, Jaakko Laajava, Finland’s Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs informally visited Jerusalem to discuss Israel’s participation in the upcoming Nonproliferation Treaty Conference, to be held this December in Helsinki. He met with an Israeli team headed by Foreign Ministry Deputy Director General Jeremy Issacharoff, and that included representatives […]

Easter celebrates suffering and compassion. Alhamdulliah, these human traits were on display on Easter Sunday at European airports and in the Holy Land… Ben Gurion Airport was thrown into chaos for the third annual Flytilla on Sunday. As starry-eyed tourists arrived to visit the Holy sites and beady-eyed new Israelis arrived to kick more Palesinians […]

In today Money’s Morning…China rising…a conflict of interest forming…not much diversity in the Aussie share market… doubling your money…an undervalued market… [The] April the 4th 2012 was an important day in Australia’s history. This was the day 200 US marines arrived in Darwin from Hawaii. Australia is now officially a pawn in a dangerous geopolitical […]

KEVIN Rudd is back, igniting a passion for foreign affairs after his failed tilt for the Labor leadership and promising to kick-start an ”intelligent” national conversation on Australia’s ties with Asia. In his first major speech after six weeks of relative quiet since challenging Prime Minister Julia Gillard for his old job, Mr Rudd last […]

The Australian government risks making an “enemy” of China if it does not embrace the country’s rise to power and give Chinese companies the same opportunities it gives those from other countries, according to former Foreign Minister Alexander Downer. Mr Downer urged the Gillard government to not see China as a threat and to pursue a policy of engagement, not containment. “There are some – out in the mid-west of the United States, the deep south – who see China as a great threat… to perceive China in that way and to pursue a policy of containment towards China in my view would be just not a great, but a grave historical mistake and a total miscalculation,” he said. Advertisement: Story continues below “If you call China your enemy, then not surprisingly China will become your enemy.”

The BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) in late March held a summit in New Delhi, which can be considered the beginning of a new global financial and political order. In five years this world will be unrecognizable. The Anglo-Saxon model of governance of the world that flourished in the 1990s is […]

Benjamin Franklin, who used his many talents to become a wealthy man, famously said that the only things certain in life are death and taxes. But if you’re a corporate CEO in America today, even they can be put on the back burner – death held at bay by the best medical care money can buy and the latest in surgical and life extension techniques, taxes conveniently shunted aside courtesy of loopholes, overseas investment and governments that conveniently look the other way. In a story headlined, “For Big Companies, Life Is Good,” The Wall Street Journal reports that big American companies have emerged from the deepest recession since World War II more profitable than ever: flush with cash, less burdened by debt and with a greater share of the country’s income. But, the paper notes, “Many of the 1.1 million jobs the big companies added since 2007 were outside the U.S. So, too, was much of the $1.2 trillion added to corporate treasuries.”

An inside look at how killing by remote control has changed the way we fight. One day in late November, an unmanned aerial vehicle lifted off from Shindand Air Base in western Afghanistan, heading 75 miles toward the border with Iran. The drone’s mission: to spy on Tehran’s nuclear program, as well as any insurgent […]

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