Vijay Prashad

Vijay Prashad’s most recent book is No Free Left: The Futures of Indian Communism (New Delhi: LeftWord Books, 2015).

Trump, Turmoil and Resistance

Trump and the Decline of American Unipolarity

After Aleppo: the State of Syria

Arab Winter: Dispatch From Algiers

In a Hall of Mirrors: Fear and Dislike at the Polls

Powder Keg: the Rage in Urban America

State of Fear: Trump v. Clinton

The Iraq War: a Story of Deceit

Cashing in on a Failed Coup

The End of Exceptionalism?

Economic Liberalization Ignores India’s Rural Misery

Hillary Clinton’s Third Way

The New Facade for Regime Change: a Brief History of Humanitarian Interventionism

Stoking the Fires: Trump and His Legions

Despair and Unrest in Mexico

Political Violence in Honduras

A Chill Wind From the North: the US Returns to Latin America

Brazil’s Summer of Discontent

A Fearful Ascendency: the Rise of Trump

The Political Consequences of the Tax Strike by the Rich

The World After Obama

Sanders, American Socialism and the Legacy of the Occupy Movement

Why India’s Leading University is Under Siege

The Fault Line of Race in America

China’s Road to the Middle East

Descent into Chaos: ISIS in Libya

Cracks in Democracy: the Turkish and Indian Examples

Turkey’s War Against the Kurds

Palestine’s Lost Present

Checkpoint Violence: Blood and Occupation

Red Brigade: Indian Communists Rally and Reflect

Gaza in Ruins

Why the Israeli Occupation is Failing

Libya’s Oil and ISIS

ISIS Oil

Showdown on the Syrian Border

The Doctrine of 9/11 Anti-Immigration

Rebuilding Syria With BRICS and Mortar

Living in Pitiless Times: Baghdad, Beirut and Paris

The Great Dance: Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the Yemen Question

Bihar’s Message to the Indian Right

Syria: Toward an Honorable Exit for All

Mission Impossible: Afghanistan

Palestine’s Intifada: the Process of Liberation is Irresistible

What Remains in Afghanistan

Afghanistan, the Terrible War: Money for Nothing

Russian Gambit, Syrian Dilemma

Saudi Royal Family: Protecting VIPs, While Letting Ordinary Pilgrims Die

Building the Southern Silk Road

Rogue States and Diplomacy: a Conversation With Noam Chomsky

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