NATO

Trump’s Real NATO Agenda? More Money for War

July 13, 2018

As prominent US media and political figures warned that he might dismantle NATO, President Trump wrapped up the summit by bragging that he had convinced allied members to spend more on the military. We speak to Bill Hartung, Director of Arms & Security Project, Center for International Policy

NATO Shields U.S. From Its Military Adventures

July 11, 2018

It is the U.S. that needs NATO, which allows the US to bypass the UN Security Council and engage in military adventures abroad, while keeping a safe distance across the Atlantic, says Eirik Vold of the Red Party of Norway

Is Europe’s New Military ‘Intervention Force’ a Message to Trump?

June 27, 2018

Nine European Union states have signed off on creating a new joint military intervention force. We speak to Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell

Ekrem Ekici on Turkey

June 5, 2018
Turkey has grown closer to Russia, despite their differences over Syria and NATO. Political analyst Ekrem Ekici says this growing alliance is based on natural gas exports and the sale of weapons systems like the S400
US, NATO Militarizing Scandinavia as Anti-Russia Hysteria Grows

US, NATO Militarizing Scandinavia as Anti-Russia Hysteria Grows

May 27, 2018

Journalist Eirik Vold says the United States and NATO are further militarizing Scandinavian nations, while claiming Russia poses a threat of war. US military presence is growing in NATO members like Norway, as non-members Sweden and Finland are being pressured to join

Sweden Scares Population with War Pamphlets amid Push to Join NATO

Sweden Scares Population with War Pamphlets amid Push to Join NATO

May 25, 2018

The Swedish government is distributing pamphlets warning of an impending war to all 4.8 million households, in what journalist Eirik Vold says is part of a larger propaganda campaign to convince the population to support joining NATO

Bankrupt Greece Becomes a Major Military Spender and “Sales Agent” for NATO

December 7, 2017

Costas Isychos, the former Deputy Defence Minister of Greece, discusses the Syriza Government’s policy of expanding NATO’s military might

Should NATO Answer for Libya’s Slave Trade?

November 29, 2017

CNN has revealed that African migrants are being sold at slave auctions in Libya for as little as $400. As the UN weighs sanctions, professor and author Horace Campbell says the NATO powers who tore Libya apart should own up to their responsibility

Russia Sanctions: Congress Obstructs Trump’s ‘One Good Policy’

August 2, 2017

Blaming Russia for the 2016 election outcome is an “extraordinarily dangerous game that’s leading us into a very dangerous new Cold War with a nuclear power,” says Richard Sakwa, professor of Russian and European Politics at the University of Kent