Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and Carlson discuss what inspired the documentarian to make a film about the persecuted Nuba tribe and a heroic American doctor.
Netanyahu announces a deal with the U.N. to resettle African migrants in Western nations, then, hours later, puts the agreement on hold to discuss it with residents in areas of south Tel Aviv with large migrant populations.
“We are not criminals. We are refugees,” the asylum seekers outside the Rwandan Embassy in Israel chanted, calling on Rwanda not to cooperate with Israel's plan to deport them to that country.
Pilots, doctors, writers, former ambassadors and Holocaust survivors are appealing to Prime Minister Netanyahu to halt a plan to deport tens of thousands of African migrants, saying it is unethical.
The U.S. faces a more favorable foreign policy environment than it has in some years. Ironically, some of the more severe challenges emanate from President Trump.
The secretary of energy says electrification using hydrocarbons would prevent sexual assaults in rural Africa. But such fuels can just as well be blamed for mass rapes during wartime.
When it comes to overseas reporting, “fixers”—those resourceful, wired-in locals who know all the right people—often make stories possible.
Continuing the use of drone warfare will exacerbate foreign distrust of American intentions, playing into the hands of our opponents. Continuing the use of drone warfare will exacerbate foreign distrust of American intentions, playing into the hands of our opponents.