by Edward Spannaus
Should Congress force the release of the classified 28 pages from the Joint Congressional Inquiry into the 9/11 attacks, it would blow apart the British-Saudi war drive, and lay bare the venal criminality of the corrupt officials in the U.S. government who have carried out the coverup—ranging from George Bush to Barack Obama.
The transcript of the press conference, demanding release of the suppressed pages of the 2002 Joint Congressional Inquiry report. Chairing the event, Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.) said, “I don’t know how the Senate can say no to these families that are standing here today, and the families that are not here today. With 9/11 coming about on Thursday, there would be no other way to bring a little bit of relief to the heartache of these families than for President Obama to announce that he is going to declassify the 28 pages.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Obama’s “mission impossible”—to destroy the Islamic State while maintaining his commitment to back Syrian rebels fighting to overthrow the Assad government—has drawn sharp criticism from a wide range of military specialists and Members of Congress.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
“The Silk Road Lady” reports on her recent trip to China.
by Ramtanu Maitra
Prime Minister Modi is moving rapidly to line up support abroad for his economic program.
by Michele Steinberg
A review of The Suicide Factory: Abu Hamza and the Finsbury Park Mosque, by Sean O’Neill and Daniel McGrory.
by Debra Hanania Freeman
Nothing short of deployment of the full weight of international logistical capabilities, in close collaboration with the sovereign governments in the area, has any hope of getting this epidemic under control.
by Paul Gallagher
Russia and China are working out plans to exchange currency swaps among central banks to support settling trade with Russian rubles, Chinese yuan, Indian rupiahs, etc.
by Claudio Celani
by Matthew Ehret-Kump and Liona Fan-Chiang
A report from the Pacific Basin Nuclear Conference in Vancouver. While many nuclear experts are hunkering down in fear of the green lobby, great potential exists in the BRICS countries to develop nuclear fission power and step up the pace of research toward fusion.
An interview with Dr. Srikumar Banerjee, the Homi Bhabha Chair Professor at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in India.