Obama Administration has issued the most important licenses to Shell to operate in the sensitive Chuckchi Sea in spite of its disastrous record of repeated failures: Interview with Antonia Juhasz DATE: 2015-05-24
Leonce Ndikumana, director of the African Policy Program at the Political Economy Research Institute, says aid and timing coupled with a national economic development strategy by sector is required for success DATE: 2015-05-22
By Carlos Aznárez. This article was first published on Bolivia Rising.
It is very easy to speak at forums and summits about Latin American integration but those principles don’t seem to transfer well when put to the practice of ...
By Andrew Levine. This article was first published on Counterpunch.
American diplomacy favors (majority) white, English-speaking countries (the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) and non-Hispanic European settler states (Canada, Australia and New Zealand again, but also ...
By Phyllis Bennis.
As is always the case, there is good news and bad news as this summer opens.
Good news first (as usual, it’s shorter...) The nuclear talks between Iran and the six world powers continue and ...
By Ali Abunimah. This article was first published on Electronic Intifada.
The administration of French President François Hollande is determined to combat Palestinian rights at home and abroad.
(Presidency of France)
The government of French President François Hollande is renewing i...
By Victor Xu. This article was first published on Stanford Daily.
Edward Snowden, former NSA infrastructure analyst turned whistleblower, spoke on May 15 to Cubberley Auditorium to discuss the philosophical tensions of whistleblowing and government surveillance. The ...
Norman Finkelstein and Paul Jay discuss a full-page ad in the NYT that says Israel is condemned by liberals for human rights violations while it defends gay rights, and less is said about the persecution of gays by Iran, Hamas and ISIS
Mr. Kiriakou was the first U.S. government official to confirm that waterboarding was official policy. He spent 23 months in prison after being convicted of passing classified information to a reporter. He speaks to Paul Jay while still under house arrest