Morsi's Death Represents the Demise of Hope for Democracy in Egypt

Morsi’s Death Represents the Demise of Hope for Democracy in Egypt

June 19, 2019

Professor Seif Da’na discusses the circumstances under which former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi collapsed and died and the Egyptian government’s fear of an uprising

Where Are the Skeptics as the Drums Roll for War with Iran?

Where Are the Skeptics as the Drums Roll for War with Iran?
Vijay Prashad challenges the media reality that Iran attacked the oil tankers, calling for a real investigation to uncover the truth

What Can Baltimore Learn from the Bay Area’s 30% Decrease in Homicides?

June 19, 2019
What Can Baltimore Learn from the Bay Area's 30% Decrease in Homicides?

Bay Area violence interrupters say a sustained commitment to community-based violence reduction is key to reducing violence

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The Trump Administration’s Intimidation of Latino Activists

June 19, 2019
The Trump Administration's Intimidation of Latino Activists

In Arizona pro-immigrant and voter registration activists are being intimidated, both by the state and right-wing white-supremacy groups

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Capitalism = Extinction?

June 19, 2019
Capitalism = Extinction?

In her Jacobin article ‘Socialism or Extinction,’ TRNN’s climate bureau producer Dharna Noor boils down the UN’s IPBES report to help us see what could…

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Honduran Security Forces Tear-Gas International Human Rights Delegation

June 19, 2019
Honduran Security Forces Tear-Gas International Human Rights Delegation

Human rights experts from Canada, the U.K. and the U.S. were forced to flee a protest against the radically neoliberal policies of Juan Orlando Hernandez.…

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As Trump Nixes California High Speed Rail Money, San Diego Considers Mass Transit Plan

June 19, 2019
As Trump Nixes California High Speed Rail Money, San Diego Considers Mass Transit Plan

San Diego, with some of the worst ozone levels and highest population of any U.S. county, has unveiled a plan to massively restructure its public transit system in the name of tackling the climate crisis.

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Economic Update: A New Labor Movement Rising

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June 19, 2019
Economic Update: A New Labor Movement Rising

This week: Updates on New York State Nurses Association strike; U.S. church membership and its tax subsidies; Toyota and Merkel slam U.S. economic nationalism; 40…

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Wilkerson: US Further Isolate Itself Over Iran

Wilkerson: US Further Isolates Itself From Its Allies Over Iran Policy

June 18, 2019

With the announcement that Iran will break the terms of its nuclear agreement, for stockpiling enriched uranium, the stage is set for a confrontation between the US and its European allies. The situation will contribute to greater US isolation, says Col. Wilkerson

Mali’s Civil War Fueled by Climate Crisis and Corporate Greed

Mali’s Civil War Fueled by Climate Crisis and Corporate Greed

June 18, 2019

Baba Aye discusses the failure of French and German peacekeepers in Mali and the real role they play, after almost one hundred people were killed in a Dogon village and Fulani are blamed for the attack

The World Bank Helps Investors Choose the Law They Want (1/2)

The World Bank Helps Investors Choose the Law They Want (1/2)

June 18, 2019
This is one of many examples that show how far the world has shifted from the paradigm of peace and social justice proposed in Philadelphia after WW2, to today’s concept of ‘Total Market’ where human beings are like ammunition in a capitalist competition and financial markets are the final arbitrator and supreme legislator of human…
Scandals Show How Lack of Oversight Make US Healthcare the Most Expensive in the World

Scandals Show How Lack of Oversight Makes US Healthcare the Most Expensive in the World

June 18, 2019

Lucrative inside deals and seven-figure salaries at a publicly funded hospital reveal how self-enrichment drives up healthcare costs, not providing care for patients

Columns

Driving Financialization

By: Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Michael Lim Mah Hui

June 11, 2019

Loyal to their Class, Unhinged from Democracy

By: Mike Ferner

June 6, 2019

Baltimore Cop Charged with Perjury, Misconduct

By: Stephen Janis

May 29, 2019

Oppose Doug Ford’s Ontario Schools Budget

By: Dudley Paul

May 29, 2019

The (Small-d) Democrat’s Dilemma

By: Andrew Levine

May 24, 2019

Springtime for Biden and Democrats

By: Andrew Levine

May 17, 2019

Privatization Solution Worse than Problem

By: Jomo Kwame Sundaram

May 14, 2019

Climate Emergency Manifesto

By: Socialist Project

May 14, 2019

Why Ecuador?

By: Ola Bini

May 9, 2019

Fallujah Forgotten

By: David Swanson

May 6, 2019

An Open Letter to Extinction Rebellion

By: Norman Solomon

May 6, 2019

Can House Special Committees Fight the Climate Crisis?

By: Dharna Noor, Steve Horn

April 29, 2019

Activists Remain In Venezuelan Embassy With Gratitude From Foreign Ministry

By: Kevin Zeese, Margaret Flowers

April 25, 2019

The Baltimore Uprising: Four Years Later

By: Brandon Soderberg

April 19, 2019

Did The House’s New Climate Committee Snub the Sunrise Movement?

By: Steve Horn, Dharna Noor

April 16, 2019

David Bernhardt Confirmed as Interior Secretary

By: Steve Horn

April 11, 2019

Scandal-Plagued Baltimore Mayor Takes Leave of Absence

By: Brandon Soderberg

April 1, 2019

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