January 2009

Obama’s Al-Arabiya Interview

by WAJAHAT ALI

Cap and Trade and Selling Out

by GREGORY VICKREY

Whither the Two State Solution?

by DINA JADALLAH-TASCHLER

Killing Palestinians Doesn’t Count

by ALISON WEIR

Taxing a House of Cards

by WALTER BRASCH

Economy Without Escape Routes

by ALAN FARAGO

Tom Paine’s Birthday

by PETER LINEBAUGH

Is It Time to Bail Out of America?

by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

The Future of Gaza

by RIZ KHAN

Pakistan: a New Cambodia?

by M. REZA PIRBHAI

South-East Asian Groups Threaten Retaliation Over Gaza Invasion

by ALLAN NAIRN

A Muslim’s Memo to Obama

by M. JUNAID LEVESQUE-ALAM

The Silent Trade

by STEFAN SIMANOWITZ

The Autumn of the Patriot

by CHARLES R. LARSON

The Clinton Foundation Donors

by ROB LARSON

Is Mitchell’s Mission Already Doomed?

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Who Will Speak for the Forests?

by GEORGE WUERTHNER

Obama’s Emerging Policies on Israel, Iraq and the Economic Crisis

by NOAM CHOMSKY

Foiling Another Palestinian "Peace Offensive"

by NORMAN FINKELSTEIN

Fueling the Cycle of Hate

by YIGAL BRONNER And NEVE GORDON

The Inaugural Address: the Digested Read

by C. G. ESTABROOK

What If Israel Were in Your Neighborhood?

by RUSSELL MOKHIBER

Save the Economy by Cutting the Defense Budget

by WINSLOW T. WHEELER

A Hundred Days of (Muted) Rage

by Rev. JOSÉ M. TIRADO

Bolivia Looking Forward

by BENJAMIN DANGL

Torture at a Louisiana Prison

by JORDAN FLAHERTY

Access to Economic Justice

by RALPH NADER

Obama’s Neocon

by JOSHUA FRANK

Son of Neurontin Meets the Fibromyalgia Epidemic

by MARTHA ROSENBERG

The Next Shoe to Drop

by JOHN SAYEN

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