Tom Engelhardt

Tom Engelhardt is a co-founder of the American Empire Project and the author of The United States of Fear as well as a history of the Cold War, The End of Victory Culture. He is a fellow of the Nation Institute and runs His latest book is Shadow Government: Surveillance, Secret Wars, and a Global Security State in a Single-Superpower World.

Leftovers of the American Century

A Slow-Motion World War III?

Living on the Wrong World

The Ultimate Twosome, Nukes and Climate Change in 2024

How to Carbonize Planet Earth

The Slow-Motion Equivalent of a Nuclear War?

A Global Maui Moment

Me First: America 19th, the Planet Last

Don’t Sell Us Short

Living on a Smoke Bomb of a Planet

Whose Planet Are We On?

War, What is It Good For?

My Life at World’s End

McCarthyism, Then and Now

The Greatest Depression of All?

When Will Climate Change Become the Crucial Issue in American Elections?

An Obituary for Our World

Burning Books (or Rather Book Companies)

Living in a Sci-fi World

Extreme Life

Blowback for the Twenty-First Century: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

A Duck and Cover World

Déjà Vu All Over Again

My Life With Maus

America’s Two Pandemics

A Nation Coming Apart at the Seams

My Year and Welcome to It

Living on a Sci-Fi Planet

Welcome to the American Century…Even If It is Hell on Earth

Droning On: Assassins-in-Chief and Their Brood

What Really Matters in the US of A

My Extreme World

Is the US Heading for the Exit?

An All-American Horror Story

A Formula for National (In)Security

American-Style War Until the End of Time?

Slaughter Central: The US as a Mass-Killing Machine

Life in a Wounded and Wounding Land

The Imperial Presidency Comes Home to Roost

De-Mining America After Trump

What It Means to Fall on a Failing Planet

State of Chaos: Trump Knew Us Better Than We Knew Ourselves

Beyond Our Control: America in the Mid-70s and 2020

Murder, He Said: America’s Maestro’s of Death and Destruction

Fire and Fury Like the World Has Never Seen (2020 Version)

American Carnage From a Pandemic President

It Could Have Been Different

“The Bleeding Wound:” Osama bin Laden Won (Twice)

The Age of Disappointment (Or How the American Century Ends )

History is More or Less Bunk: Coronavirus as Peacemaker?