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By Phyllis Bennis / 23 November 2016
Phyllis Bennis addresses current debates on the left around Syria, suggesting that the priority has to be on steps to end the war.
By Susan Faludi / 23 November 2016
The iconic feminist author discusses important lessons from the rise of neo-fascist politics in Hungary and how they apply to the present-day US.
By Jeremy Scahill / 23 November 2016
Exploring his nefarious history, and close ties to the likes of Nixon operative C. Colson and E. Price of Blackwater infamy, who was a $100K contributor to the Trump campaign.
By Christian Parenti / 23 November 2016
Christian Parenti's analysis of the Trump phenomenon and why it was able to prevail.
By teleSUR / 20 November 2016
While Hillary Clinton publicly welcomed improved relations with Venezuela as secretary of state, she privately ridiculed the country and continued to support destabilization efforts, revealed her emails leaked by WikiLeaks. In 2010, Clinton asked Arturo Valenzuela, then assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere Affairs, how “to rein in Chavez.” Valenzuela responded that, “We need to... Read more
By Rejane Carolina Hoeveler / 20 November 2016
On Wednesday, Dilma Rousseff was formally impeached by the Brazilian senate. It’s another tragic chapter in the history of the Brazilian Workers’ Party (PT). After thirteen years at the head of government, the party was wrenched from office in a reactionary judicial and parliamentary coup orchestrated by the right wing. In place of PT president Dilma Rousseff, Vice President Michel Temer assumed... Read more
By Systemic Disorder / 20 November 2016
There are no Democratic or Green saviors: Get in the streets! « Systemic Disorder Regardless of the outcome of November’s U.S. elections, what will count most is what happens in the streets. As Frederick Douglass put it plainly a century and a half ago, “If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and never will.”All the advances of the... Read more

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