From Multilateralism to the Old Policy of Power

From Multilateralism to the Old Policy of Power

April 22, 2019

Responses like xenophobia, nationalism and populism are not going to resolve existential threats, says Roberto Savio, explaining why he thinks multilateralism needs to make a strong comeback

The Two Faces of Fascisization Inequality and the Fight Against Anti-Semitism - Q&A with Paul Jay (3/5)

The Pittsburgh Massacre

November 2, 2018
Q&A with Paul Jay

Will Trump Really Challenge World Economic Forum’s Neoliberal Agenda?

January 23, 2018

President Trump will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, days after introducing significant tariffs on Asian imports. However, these tariffs and Trump’s overall economic agenda won’t challenge the world’s elite at Davos, says Prof. Leo Panitch

Did America Dodge a Bullet?

September 27, 2016

Bill Curry and Rania Khalek predict that the debate will lead to a Clinton victory over the neo-fascist Trump, but also say that Clinton takes progressive positions “like chess pieces” – only to remove them from the table later

Reality Asserts Itself - Chris Hedges

July 22, 2013
Pt 5 of 7. On Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay, Chris Hedges says The Democratic Party used to watch out for the interests of labor and even for the poor. But that all changed under Bill Clinton. Although Clinton, like Obama, continues to speak in that feel-your-pain language of traditional liberalism, they’ve completely betrayed…

First Presidential Debate 2012

October 4, 2012
Jeff Cohen: The way to defeat Romney is to say he’s an agent of the 1 percent. The problem is that Obama’s policies for years have really helped the top 1 percent and have not been that great for middle-class Americans