Category: US

Serge Halimi: A Trade Agreement Nobody Should Want

Everything to gain by moving quickly? The reverse is true

Chris Kromm: Remembering Chokwe Lumumba

He was known as “America’s most revolutionary mayor.” Chokwe Lumumba, who died this week at the age of 66, was elected to lead the city of Jackson, Miss. in 2013

Dave Zirin: At Long Last, Jason Collins Is the First

Finally, ten months after Collins told the world that he is gay, the 35-year-old center took the court for the Brooklyn Nets

Tom Hayden: Democracy On The Brink

The peace and justice movement should realize that we’ve played a role in undermining public support for direct US military interventions

Michael Hirsch: Sanitation Workers: You Gotta Love Them

Review of Picking Up: On the Streets and Behind the Trucks with the Sanitation Workers of New York City

Finn Brunton: A Short History of Spam

Spam is the net’s shadow history, and the ocean of machine noise around the island on which we live

Coleen Rowley: Calls for U.S. Military Intervention in Syria Re-surfacing

Once again, R2P — responsibility to protect — is being used as a pretext for attacking Syria

Joseph Nevins: The Global Color Line

Making visible what is hidden is central to the struggle to put an end to the extrajudicial killings and the associated impunity in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, Yemen, and beyond

Darwin Bond-Graham: Forget the NSA, LAPD Spies on Millions

Los Angeles is emerging as a major laboratory for testing and scaling up new police surveillance technologies

Freeanons: Refusal to Turn Over Encryption Keys

The UK government are now free to charge Lauri for his lack of cooperation with their demand for his passwords

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