If Ukraine is on the brink of a catastrophe, it is mainly because the present regime in Kiev and its supporters, backed by certain Western powers, had violated a fundamental principle of democratic governance.
Unfortunately, during the last five years, no world leader has done more to undermine international law than Barack Obama.
The role played by former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan in creating the conditions that led to the 2008 global financial meltdown is known to many. What is less known is that Greenspan is a former member of the Group of Thirty.
After World War II, the U.S. military hired 1,600 former Nazi scientists and doctors, including some of Adolf Hitler’s closest collaborators.
Although a majority of U.S. citizens believe in the scientific evidence of climate change, a number of powerful individuals and corporations are determined to undermine public faith in the scientific evidence for climate change.
While post-U.S. invasion Iraq was not a heaven for democracy and human rights, the “new Iraq” has solidified a culture of impunity that holds nothing sacred.
The purpose of this piece is to help illuminate the role that wealthy expatriates play in propagating a narrative conducive to their own and, by extension, U.S. interests in Venezuela.
What is occurring in Venezuela is a critical battle in the struggle for national sovereignty and 21st century socialism.
As protests have been taking place in Venezuela the last months, it is always good to check on what the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) has been up to in Venezuela.
When is it considered legitimate to try and overthrow a democratically-elected government? In Washington, the answer has always been: when the U.S. government says it is.
Putting people in jail for failure to pay their private probation handlers is part of what is called the “‘offender-funded’ model of privatized probation”
Wisconsin’s Scott Walker’s latest agenda
The small provincial city of Burgos in northern Spain has witnessed mass protests and unrest in the working class neighbourhood of Gamonal.
An Interview with Pete Seeger in 2006
According to a global survey of 66,000 people conducted across 68 countries…
The Balkans and the Future of Europe
China and the global drift to deflation
A possible counterweight to AIPAC
Events, book releases and other items of interest to progressives, compiled for Z by Joel Chaffee
Resistance and a systemic transformation
Another blow in the ongoing class struggle
A hopeful chapter in the No Nukes movement
A hero’s horrendous crimes
The GOP has no agenda on poverty
Costs, class, and militarization
The Newspaper of Record and how it positions people’s politics–left, right, and center
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Solomon corresponds with the Washington Post
Details on our damaging car cultural
Remembering three activists from the U.S., Canada, and Africa
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Political cartoons by Matt Wuerker
The promise of freedom is being violently reversed
The chaos, lawlessness, and human rights abuses by the U.S./NATO after Gaddafi’s death
The current wave of labor/grassroots activism for a livable wage
Capitalist social relations continue to be damaging to women
Reviews by Jeremy Kuzmarov, Edward S. Herman, and Jane Slaughter
An interview with Rami Khouri
Another recent court decision that abridges our freedoms
Our diseased profit system
The evolution of the Fed
There is indisputable evidence of climate change in the ocean
The U.S. I Central Asia after Afghanistan?
Essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the recent history of Rwanda
A report on The Wimbledon of Dance and challenges to gender assignments
Items of interest for radicals
Chomsky answers questions from young people
David Barsamian interviews Sanjay Zak on Kashmir, Uprisings, and filmmaking