John Feffer

John Feffer is the director of Foreign Policy In Focus, where this article originally appeared.

No Victory Day: Dealing With Stalemates Across the Board

What’s Left of the New Green Deal?

North Korea’s Real Threat: Radical Isolation

The Universality of Ukraine

After Putin

China’s Evolving Energy Policies in Africa

South Korea’s New Foreign Policy of One Yes and Two Nos

The Five Plagues Testing Humanity

Ending the War in Ukraine

Will Ukraine Write the Alt-Right’s Epitaph?

The Impacts of Green New Deals on Latin America

Why Ukraine Matters

India and the Future of the Planet

Putin’s Cold, Cold Strategy

Building a Post-Extractavist Future for Latin America

Suicide Truckers

The Terrifying World of 2025, The Coming MAGA Cultural Revolution

Helsinki 2.0

Biden’s Foreign Policy at One: Change, But No Course Correction

Protests at the Pump

The End of US?

The Selling of Degrowth

Russian Green Deal: Light at the End of the Tunnel?

War With Russia?

South Korea’s Green New Deal: Myths and Realities

The Far Right Continues to Build Its International

Ending Latin America’s Sewage Decade

The Problem of Sanctions Against North Korea

If You Think the Pushback Against Vaccine Mandates is Unhinged, Wait for the Climate Mandates

European Green Deal: a Step Forward, Backward or Sideways?

Climate of Delusion

Chinese Fossil Fuel Investments in Africa

America is a Poor Advertisement for Democracy

Climate Change and the Limits of Economic Growth

The Real Meaning of Squid Game

Can We Avoid a Catastrophic War With China?

The Embarrassment of Riches

Climate-Change Transition in the Age of the Billionaire

The UN Crisis

The Military Stood Up to Trump, But Who Will Stand Up to the Military?

The Handcuffing of Joe Biden

Is the Imperial Game Up?

Saving Democracy by Destroying It

Korea and the Climate Crisis

The Delta Variant of Global Stupidity

The Global Right Wing’s Bizarre Obsession With Pedophilia

We’d Better Control Machines Before They Control Us

The Politics of American Protest, With a North Korean Twist

Why is Biden’s Foreign Policy So Conventional?

Iran’s Hardliners are Back, Too