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You say pro-NATO, I say pro-Peace

Published on RT Op-Edge, and Consortium News. During the seemingly endless US election, a few months ago Donald Trump said at a convention that NATO is not a gift that America can keep giving. In his stated view – at the time – the other member states should be expected to make a greater financial […]

Ray McGovern Interviewed re ICC investigation of US torture

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is looking into evidence that CIA and U.S. forces in Afghanistan committed war crimes while interrogating detainees in 2003 and 2004, according to a recent report by ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. Radio Sputnik interviewed Ray McGovern on this topic:


By Patrick G. Eddington; Published October 27, 2016 on The Intercept. DO THE COMMITTEES that oversee the vast U.S. spying apparatus take intelligence community whistleblowers seriously? Do they earnestly investigate reports of waste, fraud, abuse, professional negligence, or crimes against the Constitution reported by employees or contractors working for agencies like the CIA or NSA? […]

A Process That Makes Democracy Look Bad

The circus-like U.S. political process, with a media that treasures trivia over substance, is giving democracy a bad name in the world and making alternative structures look good by comparison, says ex-CIA official Graham E. Fuller. (Originallly published on on October 1, 2016) By Graham E. Fuller The “Great Debates” between candidates Clinton and […]

Russia-Baiting and Risks of Nuclear War

Exclusive: The propaganda war on Russia is spinning out of control with a biased investigation blaming Moscow for the MH-17 tragedy and angry exchanges over Syria, raising the risks of nuclear war, says ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern. (Originally published Sept 30, 2016 on By Ray McGovern As U.S. and Russian officials trade barbed threats […]

John Kiriakou: torture and whistleblowing

(Published on Saturday Morning, Sept 24, 2016) John Kiriakou is a former CIA officer who in 2002 led the team that located Abu Zubaydah, alleged to be a high-ranking member of al-Qaeda. John Kiriakou on why he spoke out about the CIA’s use of torture After a news interview in 2007, in which he confirmed […]

When Putin Bailed Out Obama (by Ray McGovern)

Exclusive: As pressure again builds on President Obama to attack Syria and press a new Cold War with Russia, the extraordinary events of three years ago after a sarin attack near Damascus are worth revisiting, says ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern. Three years ago, when a reluctant President Barack Obama was about to launch an attack […]