News and Analysis: Antiwar movement
On May 11, large explosions rocked Reyhanlı, Turkey. Close to a main border crossing between Turkey and Syria, the explosions were assuredly part of the broader regional fallout from the civil war in Syria.
An international peace conference on the Syrian crisis, organized by the Peace Association of Turkey and the World Peace Council, with participants from 23 countries, took place in Istanbul April 25-28.
What is missing from the Western media's image of hostile North Korean behavior and blameless American victimhood is context. As is often the case, the media present events in an isolated fashion as if arising suddenly and without cause.
En 2006, el entonces presidente Bush entregó un discurso ante la ONU, adonde defendió la guerra y ocupación de Irak. Al día siguiente, el presidente Chávez dijo, “Ayer estuvo el diablo aquí, en este mismo lugar huele a azufre todavía”.