May 2014

The Menace of Boko Haram and Fundamentalism in Nigeria

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The Audacity of Fear

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The Great Economic Misdirection

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The Politics of Plunder

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How Should We Write and Fight?

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100 Best Non-Fiction Books (in Translation) of the 20th Century … and Beyond

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The Birth of a Eurasian Century?

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100 Best Non-Fiction Books (in Translation) of the 20th Century … and Beyond

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Japan Hits the Skids

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An Interview with Henry Giroux on Democracy in Crisis

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An Ode on Whistleblowers and Revolutionaries

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The Whistle-Blower as Deep Mole

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The Israeli-Palestinian Talks Were Set Up to Fail

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The Danger Is Intervention

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The Democrats’ New Fake Populism

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Selling the Never-Ending War on Terror

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The Destructive Momentum of Militaristic Ideology

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Compassionate Torture

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Why Green Capitalism Will Fail

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A World Run by Shareholders

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What the EU Elections Tell Us

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Patagonian Dreams

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Why are They Afraid of the Syrian Elections?

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Obama’s Narrowing Latino Options

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Obama’s ProtoWar Against Russia and China

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Syrians Working to Preserve Jewish Cultural Heritage

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Obama’s ProtoWar Against Russia and China

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The New (Old) Obama Doctrine

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The History of Black Cooperatives

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Hong Kong’s Caged Lives

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