A decade ago, Nick Turse embarked on a quest to cover what the U.S. military was doing in Africa.
Decolonizing the Mind
It requires a rejection of what passes for news and conventional wisdom, writes Margaret Kimberly.
Chris Hedges: Monarchs Belong in the Dustbin of History
No other institution helps obscure the crimes of empire and buttress class rule and white supremacy so effectively.
Cruelties of the Queen’s Reign
Victims of British imperialism explain why they are far from mourning the death of the U.K. monarch.
The System Is Causing Food Crisis, Not the War
Small farmers are the world’s primary food providers. Adele says it’s imperative for policymakers to listen to them, not the big corporates.
British Army’s White Phosphorus Addiction
U.K. troops fire controversial white phosphorus ammunition three times a year near safari resorts in east Africa, risking the health of local people, Phil Miller reports.
Kenyans Petition British Prince
Their families were brutally evicted by the British empire to make way for tea plantations, Phil Miller reports. Now they want the crown to apologize and make reparations.
Investing in Guns or People?
For an explanation of the massive inflationary wave that is now cresting on the world and causing widespread suffering and instability, Vijay Prashad turns to U.S. economic policy.
IMF Loans Forcing Austerity on Crisis-Ravaged Nations
IMF pandemic-related loans are forcing developing nations to implement austerity measures that fuel further impoverishment and inequality, an Oxfam analysis finds.
The Ideological Vacuum in Kenyan Politics
A group of young, Kenyan intellectuals is intent on magnifying the legacies of freedom fighters such as Pio Gama Pinto, the first political leader in their country to be assassinated after independence.