The United States remains a powerful country, but it has not come to terms with the immense changes taking place in the world order, writes Vijay Prashad.
Category: South Africa
Eight Contradictions of Imperialist ‘Rules-Based Order’
The neoliberal system is deteriorating under the weight of numerous internal contradictions, historical injustices and lack of economic viability, writes Vijay Prashad.
Workers and Democracy
Vijay Prashad highlights workers’ struggles in the second half of the 20th century against Third World dictatorial regimes put in place by anti-communist oligarchies and their allies in the West.
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.
When People Want Housing in India, They Build It
These land occupations are filled with tension and joy, writes Vijay Prashad. The perils of being beaten by the police mix with the promise of collective life.
The Mexican Energy Option
Bruce Baigrie highlights AMLO’s battle against privatization and suggests it offers a model for South Africa, in particular, to follow.
Land in South Africa & Those Who Work It
The process of colonialism dispossessed African farmers and converted them into either landless workers, unpaid labor tenants or the rural unemployed, writes Vijay Prashad.
UKRAINE: Nonalignment & the Global South
Nontobeko Hlela sees an urgent imperative in rejecting a Cold War mentality of dividing the world along old acrimonious lines.
Global South Moves Towards Vaccine Sovereignty
The authors report on vaccine production in countries that came out on the short end of supply deals in 2021.