Dan Kovalik

Dan Kovalik teaches International Human Rights at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  His latest book is No More War: How the West Violates International Law by Using ‘Humanitarian’ Intervention to Advance Economic and Strategic Interests.

The Making of Oliver Stone, the Unmaking of Hollywood

The Military Must be De-Funded Along with the Police

Finding Hope in Times of Despair: New World is Possible

The Return of the Nicaraguan Contras, and the Rise of the Pro-Contra Left

Homage to Nicaragua

The US & Nicaragua: a Case Study in Historical Amnesia & Blindness

Pompeo’s Speech Against Iran Reveals Failure of US Foreign Policy

The Empire Turns Its Sights on Nicaragua – Again!

The Korean Conflict, Reevaluated

Our Terrorists in Colombia: Death Squads as “Freedom Fighters”

America in Vietnam: the Enduring Myth of the Noble Cause

Tribute to Fidel Castro on His 90th Birthday

Paramilitaries Continue Rampage in Colombia: the Case of El Bagre, Antioquia

NPR, Yemen & the Downplaying of U.S. War Crimes

Colombia: the Displaced & Invisible Nation

Destroying Libya’s Welfare State

US and Colombia Escalate Attacks on Liberation Church

The Killing Continues as US Doubles Down on Failed Trade Policies

Colombia Slips Into the Abyss

Chiquita Lauded for Human Rights Abuses