The Cold War has been around, in various permutations, for a long time. It will take patience, organizing, compromises, and some luck to bury it once and for all.
The emergence of slave auctions in Libya have a basis in catastrophic Western military intervention.
In one video clip, a glimpse of the Trump team’s plan to divide Europe, cozy up to right-wing dictatorships, and rally the extreme right.
Trump and Putin are forging a noxious alliance that gives an international platform to white supremacists and crusading Islamophobes.
Problems with Turkey, Eastern Europe, and Donald Trump could tear the rickety alliance apart at the seams.
Complex global challenges require committed activists who stand on principle as well as experts on the inside who can play the political game.
Trump’s foreign policy isn’t an alternative to U.S. empire. It’s just a cruder rendition of it.
Some see Putin’s Russia as a counterweight to U.S. global meddling. But Moscow is increasingly mimicking Washington’s worst behavior.
Far-right nationalists and neoliberal capitalists will survive the demise of institutions like the EU. What about the rest of us?
Clinton is right: Trump would be a disaster on foreign policy. But her refusal to engage with the alternative offered by Sanders says more about her own war-driven approach than anything else.
Donald Trump should lose in November. But when you add a joker to the game, it throws off the odds.
Does the European idea still inspire the Union’s better angels, or is it a spent force?
By embracing a neoliberal, pro-austerity agenda, Poland’s mainstream left opened the way for a government of Polish Ted Cruzes.
Let’s say the U.S. actually curbed its military adventurism, reeled in the Pentagon budget, and closed its global network of bases. Then what?
Washington is responsible for a plethora of global calamities. But Putin’s Russia isn’t offering an appealing alternative at all.