Tag: Noam Chomsky

25 Years of Venezuelan Defiance

Some of the nations that have banded together to defend the U.N. Charter — particularly Russia and China — have provided Venezuela with alternatives to the U.S.-dominated financial and trade system, writes Vijay Prashad.

Blades of Grass

Israelis joke about needing to decimate each generation of Palestinian militants as “mowing the grass,” an ugly metaphor that’s penetrated think-tanks in Official Washington, Elizabeth Murray first reported in 2012.

Chris Hedges: The Donald Trump Problem

Donald Trump is not being targeted for the misdemeanors and serious felonies he appears to have committed but for discrediting and undermining the entrenched power of the ruling duopoly.