December 2011

Goodbye to 2011, Year of the Rabbit, Welcome 2012, Year of the Dragon

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

The Sunni-Shia Wars

by PATRICK COCKBURN

How Israel Empowers Islamist Movements

by URI AVNERY

What Equality?

by ANDREW LEVINE

Marching Towards the Past in Guatemala

by ANNIE BIRD

Saddam Hussein and Capital’s Moral Defeat

by RICHARD MARSDEN

Bahrain by the Numbers

by RANNIE AMIRI

Cross-Border Incident

by BRIAN CLOUGHLEY

Ron Paul and the Killing Machine

by MIKE WHITNEY

The Lies of War

by JACK RANDOM

Complicating “White Privilege”

by PAUL C. GORSKI

The New Space Race

by BINOY KAMPMARK

Will 2012 Bring Tribal War to Libya?

by FRANKLIN LAMB

Slouching Towards 2012

by LINH DINH

Selective Sympathy

by DAVE LINDORFF

Collateral Damage

by BOB SOMMER

The Repression Strengthened Us!

by CHELLIS GLENDINNING

Jamaica’s Elections

by NORMAN GIRVAN

Indian Lolly Cow

by FARZANA VERSEY

Dream Big

by MISSY BEATTIE

Brother, Can You Spare a Tofutti Cutie?

by RANDY SHIELDS

2012, Year of the Aspens?

by KATHLEEN PEINE

Pakistan: Fifty Years Later

by CHARLES R. LARSON

The 10 Best Albums of 2011

by JEFFREY ST. CLAIR

Carter, Moser, Annsfire

by POETS' BASEMENT

Support Foreign Policy in Focus

by WEBSITE OF THE WEEKEND

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A Green New Deal?

by STEVEN HIGGS

Arise, Students of California

by RALPH NADER

Lesser Evilism, 2012

by MICHAEL KAUFMAN

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