In the second part of his review of Benjamin Netanyahu’s new book, Bibi: My Story, the author explores the Israeli prime ministers fraught relations with several world leaders, including U.S. presidents.
COP27: A Global COP-Out
“A suicide pact.” Robert Sandford skewers the latest U.N. climate summit, held last month in Egypt, and calls for a new process protected from the global fossil fuel cartel.
Steven Donziger: ‘Criminalize Ecocide’
The environmental lawyer offers five key legal initiatives — including a fossil-fuel nonproliferation treaty — to combat industry’s assault on climate.
COP27: Klein Calls for Boycott of COP28
The author’s salvo follows a gathering at which activists were harassed, surveilled and sidelined by Egypt’s authoritarian government as lobbyists from Exxon, Chevron and other fossil fuel giants swarmed the venue.
COP27: Alaa Abd El-Fattah & ‘Defying Defeat’
The political prisoner’s collection of writings are a reminder that the prospects for democracy in Egypt remains bleak, writes Bronwen Mehta, as the case draws international attention at Sharm el-Sheikh.
COP27: Oxfam Sizes Up a Single Billionaire’s Investment Emissions
As the U.N. annual climate gathering is underway in Egypt, Oxfam spotlights the role of big corporates and their rich investors in driving the global climate crisis.
UK Aids Egypt’s Autocratic Neoliberalism
Matt Kennard reports on an example of “authoritarian neoliberalism,” the imposition of widespread privatization by U.K.-backed dictators.
Spotlighting Jailed Egyptian Activist Ahead of C0P27
Human rights blogger Alaa Abd El Fattah, a British citizen, completed 200 days of a hunger strike last week and relatives are worried about his survival.
Big Oil PR Firm Helps Egypt Organize COP27
Hill+Knowlton Strategies has worked for ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron and Saudi Aramco and is managing communications for Egypt’s presidency of the U.N. climate conference, Ben Webster and Lucas Amin report.
Britain’s Covert War in Yemen
The U.K.’s current war in Yemen is not the first time Britain has contributed to devastating the country, writes Mark Curtis.