US ties to suspected Haiti assassins follow long history of neocolonial intervention

As ties emerge between the US government and the suspected assassins of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, scholar Jemima Pierre analyzes Moïse’s legacy and murder within the long history of neocolonial US intervention in Haiti. … Read More >US ties to suspected Haiti assassins follow long history of neocolonial intervention

Julian Assange’s father and brother travel to Washington to oppose US extradition

The Grayzone’s Anya Parampil speaks with Julian Assange’s brother and father, Gabriel and John Shipton, about their recent tour of the United States. They discuss his experience in prison as well as their reception by the US public. … Read More >Julian Assange’s father and brother travel to Washington to oppose US extradition

How USAID created Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista media apparatus, now under money laundering investigation

With tens of millions of dollars over years of work, CIA front USAID helped create and train Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista opposition. At the center of its operations is the elite Chamorro Foundation, which stands accused of money laundering. … Read More >How USAID created Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista media apparatus, now under money laundering investigation