Friday, September 23, 2016

Editor's Note

Finishing up on a contract at the UN in New York City. Blogging will be light today and tomorrow.

1 comment:

Jay Farquharson said...

As you are hard at work, maybe these might help lighten the workload here.

>>BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT MICHEL TEMER let an open secret become explicitly clear during a speech to business and foreign policy leaders yesterday in New York. The country’s elected and now-removed President, Dilma Rousseff, was impeached because of her position on economic policy, rather than any alleged wrongdoing on her part, her installed successor admitted. Temer’s stunning, and seemingly unscripted, acknowledgement will surely bolster the view of impeachment opponents that Dilma’s removal was a "Parliamentary Coup de Etat".<<

>>U.S. foreign policymakers have experimented at planting propaganda in social media and then citing it as evidence to support their goals, a process now playing out in the Syrian “regime change,” as Rick Sterling explains.<<