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By Jon Mitchell / 29 October 2016
Contamination at Largest US Air Force Base in Asia: Kadena, Okinawa | The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus Located in the center of Okinawa Island, Kadena Air Base is the largest United States Air Force installation in Asia.Equipped with two 3.7 kilometer runways and thousands of hangars, homes and workshops, the base and its adjoining arsenal at Chibana sprawl across 46 square kilometers of... Read more
By Mark Weisbrot / 23 October 2016
Mark Weisbrot discusses the current economic problems facing Venezuela, suggests possible solutions, and debunks disinformation regarding the situation.
By Seth Sandronsky / 07 October 2016
Ian Angus’ Facing the Anthropocene: Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System is required reading. Why? Angus weds natural and social processes of planetary import in 2016. To this end, his “essential background and context” advances a vital discussion.
By Yavor Tarinski / 07 October 2016
We are being told that we need still more economic growth in order to overcome the present multi-layer crises. Actually we have been hearing this for quite some time now. Both right and left, capitalist and socialist governments, offer their theories about how we need more production and consumption, in order for our societies to progress and overcome the present difficulties. But a question... Read more
By Peter Donatus / 25 September 2016
Western resource politics are a reason for flight and migration in Nigeria
By Jeff Abbott / 17 September 2016
Across Guatemala, indigenous communities are organizing to challenge logging in the country’s vast forests. These communities are concerned with the impact that both legal and illegal logging will have on their watersheds and on the environment.
By Robin D. G. Kelley / 03 September 2016
Robin D.G. Kelley reports on the publication of a document expressing the guiding vision of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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