January 2013

The Suffering in Syria

by JAMES ABOUREZK

When Will We Realize That It Is Murder?

by TOM MCNAMARA

England’s War on Whistleblowers

by JOSEPH RICHARDSON

Women in Combat: Gender Neutral Killing?

by JOHN GRANT

Venezuela Hate-Fest

by MARK WEISBROT

The Politics of Integration in Turkey

by MATHEW NASHED

Fallujah Revisited

by HAIFA ZANGANA

Is the Party Over?

by LOUIS PROYECT

Helping Improve the Burmese People’s Health

by Dr. CESAR CHELALA

Banning Rushdie in Kolkata

by BINOY KAMPMARK

Speak No Evil

by MICHAEL McKEE

The “Long War” Rhetoric is Back

by DEEPAK TRIPATHI

Whatever Happened to “Good Jobs”?

by CARL GINSBURG

Richard Cohen, Conflicted About Torture

by STEVE BREYMAN

Rios Montt on Trial for Genocide

by NICK ALEXANDROV

The Iran Nuke “Threat”

by BEN SCHREINER

‘Obama Recession’ or Full Employment?

by Dr. MARGARET FLOWERS AND KEVIN ZEESE

Where are the Protests Against James Franco’s “Feel-Good” Torture Porn?

by GAIL DINES

End the Nuclear Lobby

by PETER G. COHEN

Women & Children First! (to be Harmed by Radiation)

by JOHN LaFORGE

Plant a Tree for Palestine

by JOSIE SHIELDS-STOMSNESS

The Politics of Islamophobia

by ANDREW LEVINE

Rally Time on Wall Street

by MIKE WHITNEY

The Economics of the Cuban Embargo

by SAUL LANDAU and NELSON P. VALDES

Djindal Unchained

by DAVID MACARAY

The NYT Does Gaza, Again

by STEVE BREYMAN

Grading the Deficit Hawks

by DEAN BAKER

Being Morbid on the Party Strip

by BINOY KAMPMARK

Putin’s Baby Crime

by ISRAEL SHAMIR

Michael Moore, Inc.

by MARK EPSTEIN

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