Sixty Countries Reject US Cuba Sanctions; US Weaponises Human Rights; Derek Chauvin Trial

Citizens and organisations on five continents and sixty nations have begun activities to confront and oppose the brutal US sanctions levied against Cuba.

John Burris, civil rights attorney, joins us to discuss the Derek Chauvin trial. The cashier that exchanged money with George Floyd moments before his murder has testified before the court. Also, many are wondering if the nation will experience another round of civil unrest if Chauvin is not convicted. 

Mark Sleboda, a Moscow-based international relations and security analyst, joins us to discuss international politics with a focus on Eastern Europe. Russian leaders are voicing their concern that a buildup of Ukrainian forces in the eastern zone of conflict is a destabilising act that could restart the conflict. Also, the Kremlin argues that their movement of troops in Russia is an internal decision and that, in light of the current situation, it is taking “all the necessary measures to ensure the security of its frontiers”.

Caleb Maupin, journalist and political analyst, joins us to discuss China. China is extending its powerful arm into the Middle East. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is calling for a regional security dialogue to discuss the use of local currencies in order to reduce dependency on the US dollar. Also, to no one’s surprise, the US military has come up with another project that will enrich US arms manufacturers. The US Army is pushing for more long-range missiles to “confront” China on its home…

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