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Impeachment Shouldn’t Overshadow Saudi Scandals

Jeet Heer Mohammed bin Salman is out of control and has Trump’s protection. Democrats should ask why. The post Impeachment Shouldn’t Overshadow Saudi Scandals appeared first on The (...)
24/01/2020

This Lunar New Year, Demand Solidarity

Tobita Chow As tension with China continues to mount, it’s time for Chinese Americans to become a more powerful force for progressive change. The post This Lunar New Year, Demand Solidarity (...)
24/01/2020

‘Parasite’ Has Opened American Eyes to South Korea’s Reality

Tim Shorrock Now we need a film to cut through US myths about the North. The post ‘Parasite’ Has Opened American Eyes to South Korea’s Reality appeared first on The (...)
24/01/2020

Why Glenn Greenwald’s Prosecution Is an Outrage

Ken Klippenstein Advocacy groups say attacks on the press are on the rise—particularly in Bolsonaro’s Brazil. The post Why Glenn Greenwald’s Prosecution Is an Outrage appeared first on The (...)
22/01/2020

The US Sanctions on Iran Are Causing a Major Humanitarian Crisis

Ahmad Jalalpour There has been a catastrophic drop in living standards, and the deterioration in public health warrants immediate action by the international community. The post The US Sanctions (...)
21/01/2020

The Long-Term Consequences of Trump’s Middle East Blundering

Mohamad Bazzi His obsession with Iran and the assassination of Suleimani have strengthened Iran’s power in Iraq and damaged the anti-ISIS coalition. The post The Long-Term Consequences of Trump’s (...)
21/01/2020

Thanks to Republicans, Iran Is Another Iraq Waiting to Happen

Laila Lalami Trump’s actions show how little the political class has learned about war. The post Thanks to Republicans, Iran Is Another Iraq Waiting to Happen appeared first on The (...)
17/01/2020

Welcome to the Global War of Error

Tom Engelhardt For the Pentagon, failing to win individual wars means more money—and power—for a bloated national security state. The post Welcome to the Global War of Error appeared first on The (...)
16/01/2020

The Science of (Not) Ending Global Poverty

Aparna Gopalan The 2019 Nobel Prize winners in economics represent a new strain of neoliberal thought. The post The Science of (Not) Ending Global Poverty appeared first on The (...)
15/01/2020

Take Action Now : Say No to Endless War

NationAction Support Puerto Ricans and Australians confronting economic crisis, stand up for Temporary Protected Status, and oppose military escalation. The post Take Action Now: Say No to (...)
14/01/2020

15 Years Ago I Helped Oversee Iraq’s First Democratic Election

Jerad W. Alexander The children I saw then would be adults now. I wonder how tired they must be of being stuck between the US and Iran. The post 15 Years Ago I Helped Oversee Iraq’s First (...)
9/01/2020

Sanctions Are Economic Warfare

John Nichols Trump used his Iran speech to say the US is “ready to embrace peace with all who seek it.” But the crippling sanctions he proposes will only make things worse. The post Sanctions Are (...)
9/01/2020

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