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Category Archives: Imperialism
Perhaps the most humorous aspect of the latest drivel published by Jacobin in defense of the Syrian regime headed by Bashar al-Assad is the way the “anti-imperialist” author is forced by their own tautological premise to downplay the decisive role … Continue reading
Medea Benajamin and I make the anti-imperialist case for Hillary Clinton. Or do we? Guess you’ll have to read it.
Saudi Arabia began bombing its neighbor, Yemen, on March 26, responding to a call from the country’s unelected president, Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, for intervention to beat back a military campaign by Houthi rebels — allied with former strongman and erstwhile … Continue reading
I spoke to a left-wing activist in Moscow about the state of the opposition in Russia, what’s happening in Ukraine, and whether one form of imperialism can be an effective, desirable counter to another. You can read the transcript over … Continue reading
San Diego is a great place. As a college student, I had a lot of fun there. But it’s an inescapable, lamentable fact that the whole county is basically just one big military base with a few recreational areas scattered … Continue reading
In my latest piece for Inter Press Service, I review Tom Engelhardt’s new collection of essays, United States of Fear, and opine on militarism in America. Give it a read.
By Charles Davis and Medea Benjamin In an age when U.S. power can be projected through private mercenary armies and unmanned Predator drones, the U.S. military need no longer rely on massive, conventional ground forces to pursue its imperial agenda, … Continue reading