Horace G. Campbell

Horace Campbell is Professor of African American Studies and Political Science, Syracuse University. He is the author of Global NATO and the Catastrophic Failure in Libya, Monthly Review Press, 2013.  Notes.

Derna, Libya: Floods, Death, and Destruction: The Gift of NATO

BRICS Expansion: Remember the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact?

The New York Times Does a Hatchet Job on the Anti-War Movement

The United States Military, White Supremacy, and Affirmative Action

Delicacy of the Crisis of the US dollar: Lessons From the Meltdown in Britain 

Queen Elizabeth II and the Weight of History

Testing New Weapon Systems: Meaning of the Russian Military Intervention into Ukraine

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) and the Future of the US Dollar

Chinese Revolution at 70: Twists and Turns, to What?

Edward Seaga and the Institutionalization of Thuggery, Violence and Dehumanization in Jamaica

Global NATO: A 70-Year Alliance of Oppressors in Crisis

Hugh Masekela: No Room for Compromise

New Push for Military Intervention in Libya: Who Will Control the Libyan Central Bank?

The Deathbed of the WTO

Obama in Kenya: Will He Cater to the Barons or the People?

The UN, Libya and the Beheadings in Sirte

Manipulation in Paris

Cuba at the Crossroads

The Humanism of Ali Mazrui

Ebola, the African Union and Bioeconomic Warfare

The United States, NATO and the Destruction of Libya

The Future of the BRICS Development Bank

The Menace of Boko Haram and Fundamentalism in Nigeria

The Office of Transition Initiatives and the Subversion of Societies

Yoweri Museveni and Reconstruction of a Homophobic Colonial Legacy in Africa

The Political Struggle in South Sudan

Mandela and the African Liberation Struggle

Counter-Terrorism and Imperial Hypocrisy

Generation Giap

Kenya, the African Union and the ICC

Black Humanity on Trial in America, Again

Obama in Africa

Benghazi, Petraeus, and the CIA