The New York Times Excoriates ‘Aggression’: The Washington Exception

March 5, 2014   ·   0 Comments


By Michael M'Gehee: Over the last quarter century the New York Times' Editorial board has made editorial decisions that illustrate a peculiar pattern.

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Snow Job About Israel-Palestine – An Analysis

By Lawrence Davidson: In our house we get the New York Times (NYT) because the Philadelphia Inquirer’s (that is our city paper) coverage of international affairs is very limited.


NYT Bungles Coverage Of Bogotá Coup Attempt

By Owen Silverman Andrews: Willy Neuman and the New York Times are at it again, mischaracterizing the surge of the new left in Latin America.


The “Paper of Record” Gets it Wrong on André Schiffrin

By John R. MacArthur: A Times obituary misrepresents the career of a distinguished publisher.


Where’s A New Mandela When We Need Him or Her Now?

By Murray Polner: How many of our editorial writers, pundits and ordinary Americans know that Israeli PM Benyamin Netanyahu has articulate and informed opponents in Israel ...

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Honduras Voting Irregularities Not Fit to Print

By Owen Andrews: While thousands gathered at the gates of Fort Benning for the November Vigil, updates from Honduras were read from the stage.


The Dogs Of War Still Growl

By Eugene Schulman: I’m getting a real kick out of all the Monday morning quarterbacking about the Geneva nuclear talks agreement between the P5+1 and Iran. Almost ...

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Without Fear, Without Favor

By Uri Avnery: The Words “lifetime achievement” have a certain undertone. There is a hint that the work is finished.

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“If You Liked Iraq, You’ll Love Iran”

By Murray Polner: In Thomas Friedman’s 1989 book From Beirut to Jerusalem he wrote of his father-in-law being stopped by a business associate who warned ...

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Greece’s Political ‘Center’ Under Threat

By Costas Panayotakis: As the economic and social catastrophe produced by austerity policies in Greece deepens...

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