Category: SourceWeb

Edward Snowden: Circling Around the Security State

What we saw initially in response to the revelations was sort of a circling of the wagons of government around the National Security Agency

Chitra Nagarajan: Moving Beyond Conflict in the Feminist Movement

The past twelve months have been a tough and exhilarating time to be a (black) feminist activist in the UK

Brentin Mock: Left Out of Obama’s Commission on Elections? Race

I’m not sure how you can talk and walk around race when in North Carolina right now it’s easier for a black teenager to go to jail than it is for him to vote

David Swanson: Misplaced Lessons of Tahrir

The lesson I take away from The Square is that we must prevent the operation of business as usual until the institution itself, not its face, is fixed

John W. Whitehead: When Will They Ever Learn? An Interview with Pete Seeger

“Any darn fool can make something complex; it takes a genius to make something simple.”—Pete Seeger

Leo Panitch: To Challenge Global Capitalism We Must First Understand It: An Interview With Leo Panitch

Interview on the book The Making of Global Capitalism – and what it means for strategy and action aimed at ‘un-making’ capitalism

Gar Alperovitz: Understanding the Imperialist System Changed My Life – Gar Alperovitz on Reality Asserts Itself (1/5)

So what’s next? Is there a world, a life, an America after capitalism?

Gareth Porter: U.S. “Dismantling” Rhetoric Ignores Iran’s Nuclear Proposals

John Kerry’s rhetoric of “dismantlement” serves to neutralise the Israel loyalists and secondarily to maximise U.S. leverage in the approaching negotiations

Robin Llewellyn: Facing the New Conquistador: Indigenous Rights and Repression in Rafael Correa’s Ecuador

The indigenous federations that have often led powerful social mobilizations are clearly in the sights of the government

Greg Grandin: The Two Faces of Empire

Melville Knew Them, We Still Live With Them

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