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.
Tag: Fidel Castro
Without Culture, Freedom is Impossible
Vijay Prashad writes of the need for cultures that offer an emancipation from the flashy world of unaffordable commodities.
And Then There Was No Empire
Biden is to host the Summit of the Americas in June, where he hopes to deepen Washington’s hegemony over the region, writes Vijay Prashad.
A World Without Walls
Once the Russian government decided that integration with Europe and the U.S. was not possible, the West began to portray Putin as diabolical, writes Vijay Prashad.
CIA, UK Officials Discussed Fidel Castro Assassination
British diplomats advised the C.I.A. on the impact of killing the Cuban leader, just as the U.S. was preparing a massive covert action campaign against him, John McEvoy reports.
Chris Hedges: The Execution of Julian Assange
He committed empire’s greatest sin. He exposed it as a criminal enterprise. And empires always kill those who inflict deep and serious wounds.
Cuba’s Blueprint for Building More with Less
A post-revolutionary architectural experiment offers lessons for designing with scarcity, writes M. Wesam Al Asali.
US Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean
Today, crisis is the hour in the region, writes Vijay Prashad, with an eye on Port-au-Prince and Havana.
Manufacturing Consent for War
The targets of Washington’s bullets have been leaders who tried to assert their nation’s economic sovereignty, writes Jeremy Kuzmarov in this review of a new book by Vijay Prashad.
Trump Hammers Cuba While Cuba Cures the Sick
It’s clear that from now until November, the Trump administration will pummel its island neighbor, write Medea Benjamin and Leonardo Flores.