Robert Kagan’s monumental error is his failure to acknowledge that Americans, like the rest of mankind, are made of crooked timber craving power for its own sake, writes Bruce Fein.
Cuba Blockade Hurts US Patients Too
The embargo is not only harming Cuban healthcare. It is also blocking Americans from life-saving Cuban treatments, Natalia Marques reports.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: GOP Has Not Created a New Church Committee
If U.S. Congress is going to form a special subcommittee looking at government overreach and illegality, then it should do exactly that.
Cuba Calls Biden’s Blockade the Most Punishing
Marjorie Cohn reports on the Biden administration’s loyalty to Trump’s policy of maximum economic pressure on Cuba.
An Achievable Necessity
“It is easier to imagine the end of the earth than to imagine the end of capitalism.” Vijay Prashad reflects on the work of the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research in developing a necessary worldview.
Varoufakis: How to End ‘Global Empire of Capital’
In the face of climate catastrophe and a rising risk of nuclear war, Greece’s former finance minister says the global ruling class are “doing their best to push humanity over both cliffs at once.”
Near-Unanimous UN Call to End Cuba Blockade
Thursday’s vote was 185-2. The only two “no” votes were those of the United States and Israel, with Ukraine and Brazil abstaining.
The Last Thing Haiti Needs Is Another Military Intervention
Waves of invasions have prevented the country from securing its sovereignty and have prevented its people from building dignified lives, writes Vijay Prashad.
Without Culture, Freedom is Impossible
Vijay Prashad writes of the need for cultures that offer an emancipation from the flashy world of unaffordable commodities.
US Watches as Cuban Fire Rages
The Biden administration is not offering meaningful assistance to contain a potential ecological disaster 90 miles from the U.S. coastline, write Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan and Medea Benjamin.