As we prepare for the post-election and post-inauguration periods we know, whoever wins, four more years of protest, mobilization, and political pressure will be required.
When pundits talk about the U.S. elections and foreign policy, they focus on Iraq and Iran. But the third member of the infamous “axis of evil” may prove to be just as influential.
Like any coming-of-age event, the Olympics not only acknowledge transformation, they can be part of that transformation.
UFPJ Talking Points #60: Talks, at least about talking, take hold.
But what is dubious as a hangover cure is even more so as a solution to the current climate crisis.
Here’s a tip on how to sound smart on foreign policy. When your friends are talking about the Iraq War, shake your head and look very somber. “The real problem,” you inform them, “is Iran.”
The vehemence of the hard-line opposition to the Bush administration’s North Korea policy suggests that, after seven years of blunders and miscues and outright war crimes, Washington has finally done the right thing on a foreign policy issue.
When, one by one, civil movements dislodged the communist governments in the region and ecstatic East Berliners tore down the Berlin Wall, we rejoiced too.
What happened to the global food crisis? It was in the news and out again as quickly as a bad Hollywood movie.
The country would be in better shape if Wisconsin were in charge.
Dada wasnt just strange art from the distant past. As Valery Oisteanu writes, Dada was an international anti-war art movement, and its legacy lives on today.
Crippling Hezbollah was only the first stage in a U.S.-Israeli plan to remake the Middle East.
How oil interests obscured US Government focus on chemical weapons use by Saddam Hussein.