By MANLIO DINUCCI
(March 12) – The United States will no longer consider its allies as protectorates. Therefore, they ask them to pay the cost of their protection, otherwise they will withdraw. This was announced by President Trump on January 17 at the Pentagon, which was presented in February at NATO, but was released only this week. A decision that applies to all allies, from Japan to Germany. The problem is that Washington is also asking its allies to align with its positions … as they did as protectorates. Continue reading
Trump’s warmongering speech in Miami
Demonstration in Edmonton, February 16, 2019, one of many across Canada condemning U.S. plans for military intervention and the despicable role of the Canadian government in supporting it.
On February 19, U.S. President Donald Trump delivered a speech at the International University of Miami in which he threatened to intervene militarily in Venezuela and as much as said Cuba and Nicaragua were next on his list for regime change. The speech elaborated Trump’s depraved doctrine which advocates immorality, corruption, anarchy, violence and war on a grand scale. Continue reading
An act of support for terrorism qualifies the words of U.S. President Donald Trump, to the Venezuelan terrorist Oscar Pérez, an ex-policeman who shot and threw grenades against two public buildings on June 27, 2017 – after robbing a helicopter of the Venezuelan scientific police, and then carried out other acts of a terrorist nature.
In his speech at the International University of Miami on February 19, Trump called him a “brave Venezuelan police officer” and “extraordinary and great person.” His words were broadcast in the city of Miami, in an act with the community of Venezuelans living in that country, in what seemed an attempt to win over the inhabitants of the state of Florida with a view on the elections of 2020. Continue reading
By MARJORIE COHN
The Trump administration is threatening to unleash a flood of lawsuits involving Cuba, which no U.S. president has ever done. It has set a deadline of March 2 to announce whether it will create, in the words of the National Lawyers Guild, “a second embargo” of Cuba — “one that would be very difficult to dismantle in the future.” Continue reading
- Summit Preparations and Agenda
- Developments Since DPRK-U.S. Singapore Summit
- Deepening of Inter-Korean Relations
- Attempt to Sabotage Peace Efforts
Developments on the Korean Peninsula: Second DPRK-U.S. Summit to be held in Vietnam
TML Daily (February 25) – The second summit between Chairman Kim Jong Un, the leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), and U.S. President Donald Trump will take place February 27-28, in Hanoi, Vietnam. A second summit has been in the offing since last fall, and the dates were confirmed by President Trump in his February 5 State of the Union Speech. Continue reading