Archives Crimes against humanity - New Eastern Outlook
16.01.2024 Henry Kamens

It should come as no surprise that the US only provided lip-service in response to the murder of a non-Ukrainian citizen; however, more people should have you heard about Gonzalo Lira, a dual Chilean-US citizen journalist, having recently died in Ukrainian custody. But they have not, and little, if anything, has been reported in the Western media. But on Yahoo News, reading what the Ukrainian media, such as Voice of Ukraine, has to say, you would almost want to say “Good Riddance,” as even the headline is full of subterfuge regarding the reported death in custody…

21.12.2023 Christopher Black

I had intended to write about the Canadian government’s embarrassment over the revelation that the two “Michaels,” the two Canadians arrested in China several years ago for espionage, after Canada illegally detained Huawei chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on President Trump’s orders, were actually spies after all, despite Canada’s denials which are still maintained.  The revelation of the truth of that situation is contained in court documents that became public after one of the spies sued the government for getting him involved with a government intelligence agent…

18.05.2023 Viktor Mikhin

The US has also “left its mark” on Yemen, benefiting greatly from its participation in the continuing civil war. Its participation was to back the coalition led by Saudi Arabia to put an end to the rebellion. In this regard, Washington has made massive financial gains by selling weapons worth billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia and the UAE for deployment in Yemen. It also provided Riyadh with its training, fighter refueling and intelligence on where best to bomb Yemen. These airstrikes, together with the blockade for eight years beginning in 2015, have killed hundreds of thousands of Yemenis and caused what the UN says is the worst humanitarian crisis in history…

17.05.2023 Viktor Mikhin
US criminal activities in Asia and North Africa

The United States has personally witnessed its disastrous foreign policy in West Asia in the twenty-first century, from the force landings to the development of its infamous “democracy” to the alleged surgical strikes. The “success” of Washington’s “destabilization” of the continent with fear and destruction over the past 20 years has come at the cost of numerous civilian deaths, American soldiers murdered in vain, higher prices in stores, and humiliating losses. The US began its military campaign in West Asia in 2001, sending hundreds of thousands of soldiers first into Afghanistan…