Andre Vltchek

Andre Vltchek is a philosopher, novelist, filmmaker and investigative journalist. He has covered wars and conflicts in dozens of countries. Three of his latest books are his tribute to “The Great October Socialist Revolution” a revolutionary novel “Aurora” and a bestselling work of political non-fiction: “Exposing Lies Of The Empire. View his other books here. Watch Rwanda Gambit, his groundbreaking documentary about Rwanda and DRCongo and his film/dialogue with Noam Chomsky “On Western Terrorism”. Vltchek presently resides in East Asia and the Middle East, and continues to work around the world. He can be reached through his website and his Twitter.

What Really Happened at Westgate

Egypt: In the Eye of the Storm

Syria, Prepare Yourself for Rape!

Havana, Where Everyone Can Dance

North Korea Celebrates 60th Anniversary of Victory

Voices of Divided Venezuela

Mikowsky’s Return to Cuba

A Dispatch From The Toughest Slums on Earth

Racism and Sexual Violence in Indonesia

Imperialism is Now Murdering Stories

Ghost of British Colonialism Haunting Sabah

East African Opposition, Really?

Harare: Is It Really the Worst City on Earth?

Chavez’s Triumph

Kenya Votes

Indonesia: They Also Murder Elephants

Facing Syria From an Israeli Bunker

Western Art is Barking at China

Last Sparks From Tahrir Square

Waging War Against the Philippine State

Egypt: Scenes From a Besieged City

Cairo Before the Blast

Jakarta’s Killer Floods and the Elites

The Irrational, Racist Fear of China

Requiem for a New Delhi Rape Victim

Okinawa: Notes From the “Evil Island”

Police State India

Cambodian Horror Show

Does Islam Need Reform?

Governor “Jokowi” Enters Jakarta on a Wooden Horse

China Daily Has Had Me!

Screw the Elections!

Poetry and Latin American Revolution

Our Leningrad

Climate Change vs. Kiribati

Blaming It All On Muslims

The Most Brutal Genocide Money Can Buy

Veiled Muslim Women and Boozing Western Intellectuals

Where the Wounds Refuse to Heal

Grab Everything And Justify It By War

The Death of Investigative Journalism

Take a Train in Jakarta

In Defense of Paper Books