Hostile US policies

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Hostile US policies

The United States has adopted increasingly hostile policies against a number of countries around the world. Geopolitical experts say that’s because the US wants to pressure nations that do not fall in line with its agenda. Washington has used different methods including economic sanctions to try to isolate its rivals or governments that it deems unfriendly. Some of the most notable examples of such US hostility are the measures taken against Russia, China and Iran.

Israel targeting schools

A war crime is an act that constitutes a serious violation of the laws of war. Examples of war crimes include intentionally killing civilians or prisoners, torture, rape and using child soldiers. This is the conventional definition of war crimes. Israel has somehow found a way to add to this horrendous list.  Human Rights Watch says the Israeli military’s demolition of Palestinian schools amounts to a war crime. Currently 44 Palestinian schools are at risk of full or partial demolition.

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