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Ramzy Baroud: More Than a Fight over Couscous

In the Zionist narrative, Palestine does not exist – nor is it allowed to exist – even if merely as a cultural conception

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Rebecca Gordon: The 9/11 Hijackers Were Iraqis, Right?

Teaching in a Time of Wars

Women's Strike - UK: On March 8th, women across the world are going on strike

International Women’s Day is set to be marked by strikes from “paid work in offices and factories, or unpaid domestic work in homes, communities and bedrooms”

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Juan Cole: Top Ten Signs US the most Corrupt nation in World (2018 Edn.)

Revised Those ratings that castigate Afghanistan and some other poor countries as hopelessly “corrupt” always imply that the United States is not corrupt. This year’s report from Transparency International puts the US on a par with Austria, which is ridiculous. All kinds of people from politicians to businessmen would go to jail in Austria today Read more…

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Ted Glick: Does the US Green Party Have a Future?

The US Green Party needs a strategic turn

Leslie Francis: The silencing of difficult women

What happened at Save the Children UK wasn’t a ‘mistake,’ it was a strategic choice

Binoy Kampmark: Meddling for Empire: the CIA Comes Clean

“We’ve been doing this kind of thing [electoral meddling] since the CIA was created in 1947.” Loch K. Johnson, New York Times, Feb 17, 2018 Electoral meddling has become the gruel of US politics for months, and more servings are being promised in the wake of the indictments against 16 Russians and Russian entities dished Read more…

Women's Strike - UK: Why We Strike

On 8 March 2018 women across the world are going on strike. This is a call to action for women in the UK to join the strike. We will refuse to work. We will be on the streets. We will shut things down and disrupt business as usual

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Ariel Dorfman: A Lesson on Immigration From Pablo Neruda

Where are the presidents who welcome destitute refugees with open arms despite the most virulent slander against them?

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Jim Naureckas: Next on NPR: Putting Out Fire With Gasoline

If a measles epidemic were sweeping the nation, with a mounting death toll of children, it’s unlikely that NPR News would respond by bringing on Jenny McCarthy to explain why vaccination wouldn’t save lives. And if they did feature her or other anti-vaccination voices, you can be fairly sure that NPR would follow up with Read more…

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