There is no substitute, as this catastrophe unfolds, to transfer priorities from privatization to the creation of a robust public sector at the very least for health, says Vijay Prashad.
COVID-19: Why the Virus May Win in the Long Run
The human tendency to attack each other even when the entire species is under threat, especially as the U.S. goes after China, gives an advantage to viruses, which can even survive a nuclear attack, says Coleen Rowley.
COVID-19: How Chinese Came Together When Separated by Quarantine
Belinda Kong encourages us all to appreciate the human dimensions of epidemic life.
COVID-19: China Locked in Hybrid War with US
The fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak puts Beijing and Washington on a collision course, writes Pepe Escobar.
Inside the US-Backed World Uyghur Congress
Ajit Singh reports on the right-wing regime change entity that poses as a grassroots human rights network while seeking to destabilize China.
Munich Conference Reveals East-West Divide
In the end, the conference did disintegrate into the catfight that will dominate the rest of the century, writes Pepe Escobar.
The West Displays Its Insecurity Complex
The only complaint the U.S. allows is that the United States might not defend us enough, when the greater danger comes from being defended too much, writes Diana Johnstone on the Munich conference.
Why the New Silk Roads are ‘Threat’ to US Bloc
The Middle East is the key to wide-ranging, economic, interlinked integration and peace, writes Pepe Escobar.
Hyper Over Russian Hypersonics
The West is out of practice when it comes to serious strategic appraisal of the U.S.-Russian arms race, writes Michael Brenner.
Misreading Victory: US After the Cold War
Andrew Bacevich highlights some of the world-shaping developments that Washington policy elites overlooked back in 1989, when the U.S. was intoxicated by a belief in its own omnipotence.