The Sahel coups are against conditions of life afflicting most of the region’s people, writes Vijay Prashad — conditions created by theft of sovereignty by multinationals and the old colonial ruler.
Who’s Responsible for Pakistan’s Floodwaters?
It is criminal that the IMF would impose strict austerity when the agricultural infrastructure is utterly destroyed, writes Vijay Prashad. Pakistan is suffering from “climate apartheid.”
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.
Sri Lanka Being Dragged Into US-China Conflict
Ranil Wickremasinghe sits in the President’s House with a failing agenda that threatens to draw the country into the escalating U.S.-China conflict, writes Vijay Prashad.
Servant of the Corrupt
Pedro Gonzalez details the connections among Zelensky, oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky and Washington, D.C.
Evo Morales: UK Role in Coup That Ousted Him
Matt Kennard interviews the former president of Bolivia about a range of subjects — including the British-backed coup of 2019, Julian Assange, NATO and transnational corporations — at Morales’ house deep in the Amazon rainforest.
The Architecture of Our Future
The anti-inflation policies driven by the U.S. and the Eurozone are not going to ease the burdens on the working class in their countries and certainly not in the debt-ridden Global South, writes Vijay Prashad.
Africa, the Collateral Victim of a Distant Conflict
Memories of older forms of colonialism sharpen the way that many Africans view their treatment now, writes Vijay Prashad.
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.
Dark Times with a Sliver of Light
Vijay Prashad raises the hope that Argentina — which just joined China’s BRI — can forge a development strategy not written by IMF staffers in Washington.