Nick Alexandrov

Nick Alexandrov lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  He can be reached at:

Necropolis Now: The U.S. Assault on Iraqi Healthcare

Twin Histories: Segregation and Police Violence in Minneapolis

Murder Like It’s 1495: U.S.-Backed Counterinsurgency in the Philippines

Prevention Through Deterrence: The Strategy Shared by the El Paso Shooter and the U.S. Border Patrol

The Honduran Coup — One Decade Later

Trump on the Border: More of the Same

Trump on the Border: More of the Same

George H. W. Bush: Another Eulogy

McCain Against the World

The Discovery of Central American Suffering

Washington’s Invasion of Iraq at Fifteen

Birth of a Nation

What Was the Liberal International Order?

Landscapes of Dispossession: the National Park Service at 100 Years

U.S. Elites: the Original Gangsters

Declining Life Expectancy: Brought to You by Washington

Carpet-Bombing History

Violence in Baltimore: When Did It Really Start?

When Do 43 Casualties in Latin America Matter?

Making the World Safe for Atrocity

Obama’s Latin American Legacy

Starving Central America

Crocodile Tears for Iraq

Free Trade Agreements and Environmental Destruction

Plan Colombia’s Genocidal Legacy

A "War on Drugs" Would be a Good Idea

Honduras: Gangsters’ Paradise

Ukrainian Democracy: A Barrier to Washington’s Goals

Honduras and Mexico: Open Season on Journalists

Washington Keeping An Eye On Its “Backyard”

The Ethics of the World Bank

The DEA and the Sinaloa Cartel

NAFTA at 20 Years

Washington’s Real Aims in Colombia

Should Russia Attack Colombia?

Mining Companies Sue El Salvador

Honduran Cops, The Latest U.S.-Backed Killers

Honduras: the Killings Continue

Rios Montt on Trial for Genocide

A Nation Blind to Itself

Looting Honduras

The Pentagon’s New Plan to Confront Latin America’s Pink Tide

Honduras: Now Open for Political Murder

Washington’s Open Door for Terrorists