The Economists Who Stole Christmas

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY YANIS VAROUFAKIS How might opposing schools of economic thought – from neoclassical and Keynesian to Libertarian

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Before Our Very Eyes, Trump Is Undoing the Work of Our Country’s Founders

Republished with permission from TomDispatch.com Painful as it is, we can only fight him if we pay attention. By Tom Engelhardt / TomDispatch

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The New Russian-US Cold War and the Korean Crisis

Originally Published on The Jamestown Foundation By: Pavel Felgenhauer Sergei Rogov (69), pronounced earlier this month, “The crisis between Russia and

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Donald Trump’s 21st Century Fake Populism

Republished with permission from TomDispatch.com Our president isn’t a populist, but he’s happy to play one on TV. By Rajan Menon / TomDispatch

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Volunteer tourism: what’s wrong with it and how it can be changed

Madonna with her adopted son, David Banda, at an orphanage, 40 km from the capital Lilongwe April 19, 2007. – Siphiwe

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How Americans Became Vulnerable to Russian Disinformation

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY KENT HARRINGTON Social media moguls’ disregard for facts may have facilitated Russian interference in the 2016

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The Fall of the President’s Men

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY ELIZABETH DREW As US President Donald Trump leaves for a ten-day trip to Asia, he finds

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How Weatherman confused violence with militancy and triggered the downfall of SDS

This article was originally published on Waging Nonviolence. By Jonathan Lerner To those of us deeply immersed in the New Left in

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Can Russia Ever Bury Its Past With Lenin in Red Square?

A full century since seizing the reigns of the Russian state from the grip of a weak cabinet and an

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