Arun Gupta

Arun Gupta is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute in New York and has written for publications including the Washington Post, the Nation, Salon, and the Guardian. He is the author of the upcoming “Bacon as a Weapon of Mass Destruction: A Junk-Food-Loving Chef’s Inquiry into Taste” (The New Press).

Claims of Mass Rape by Hamas Unravel Upon Investigation

Born in Gaza

Democrats Burn it All Down

A Tale of Two Tweets: Left Politicians’ Responses to McCain’s Death Show Promise and Peril of Electing Socialists to Office

The Left Isolates Itself by Disregarding the Grave Dangers of Trump and Trumpism

To Beat Trump, Clinton Resurrects Triangulation and the Politics of Fear

Bernie Sanders’ Political Revolution Splinters Apart

Trickledown Revenge: the Racial Politics of Donald Trump

The One Simple Thing Hillary Could Do (But Won’t) to Crush Trump

A War of All Against All

Democracy Sleepwalking

A Corporate Democratic Party is Hostile Terrain for Sanders

What Became of Occupy Wall Street?

The Refugee Crisis in America

Field Notes to Life During the Apocalypse

Can Bernie Sanders Win the Nomination?

Why Presidential Elections are Detrimental to Movement Building

What Does It Mean to Call Dylann Roof a “Terrorist”?

The Politics of the California Drought

The Only Article You Need to Read About the 2016 Election

Wage Gains Won’t Last, Unless Fight for 15 Builds Worker Power

How ISIS Became the Face of Evil

Why the Crash in Oil Prices Should Bury “Peak Oil” Once and for All

Spaces of Hope

How the Democrats Became the Party of Neoliberalism

To Fight the Unpredictable Effects of Climate Change, We Need an Unpredictable Movement

How the People’s Climate March Became a Corporate PR Campaign