Michael Hudson

Michael Hudson is the author of Killing the Host (published in e-format by CounterPunch Books and in print by Islet). His new book is J is For Junk Economics.  He can be reached at mh@michael-hudson.com

Did the Squad Give Away Their Bargaining Power?

Is This the End of the Unreformable Democratic Party?

The Vocabulary of Neoliberal Diplomacy in Today’s New Cold War

Soros’ Dream: To Turn China Into a Neoliberal Grabitization Opportunity

Biden Forfeits His Afghan Victory by Defending His Deep State Advisors

America’s Neoliberal Financialization Policy vs. China’s Industrial Socialism

A Brady Bond Solution for America’s Unpayable Corporate Debt

A Debt Jubilee is the Only Way to Avoid a Depression

The Democrats’ Quandary: In a Struggle Between Oligarchy and Democracy, Something Must Give

What the US Wants in the Near East: an Interview With The Saker

America Escalates Its “Democratic” Oil War in the Near East

Break Up the Democratic Party?

Global Warming and U.S. National Security Diplomacy

The Coming Savings Writedowns

U.S. Economic Warfare and Likely Foreign Defenses

Trump’s Trade Threats are Really Cold War 2.0

An Interview the Saker on Venezuela

Trump’s Brilliant Strategy to Dismember U.S. Dollar Hegemony

Wasting the Lehman Crisis: What Was Not Saved Was the Economy

“Creating Wealth” Through Debt: the West’s Finance-Capitalist Road

Trump’s Travesty of Protectionism

Monetary Imperialism

Socialism, Land and Banking: 2017 Compared to 1917

Putting an End to the Rent Economy

Trumponomics and the Stock Market

Are Students a Class?

Another Housing Bubble?

Why are British Columbians Voting Liberal, Against Their Own Interest?

Somebody’s Going to Suffer: Greece’s New Austerity Measures

The Economics of the Future

Running Government Like a Business is Bad for Citizens

Bloomberg’s Hit Job on Venezuela – and Me

Trump is Obama’s Legacy: Will this Break up the Democratic Party?

How Bankers Became the Top Exploiters of the Economy

The Return of the Repressed Critique of Rentiers: Veblen in the 21st century Rentier Capitalism

The Poisoned Chalice: From Eurozone to Dead Zone

Celebrating the One Percent: Is Inequality Really Good for the Economy?

Obama Said Hillary will Continue His Legacy and Indeed She Will!

A Travesty of Financial History: Bank Lobbyists will Applaud

The Silence of the Left: Brexit, Euro-Austerity and the T-TIP

Revolts of the Debtors: From Socrates to Ibn Khaldun

The Dangers of Free Trade Agreements: TTIP’s Threat to Europe’s Elderly

We Can’t Save the Economy Unless We Fix Our Debt Addiction

The New Global Financial Cold War

The Federal Reserve and the Global Fracture

The IMF Changes its Rules to Isolate China and Russia

The IMF Joins the New Cold War

Parasites in the Body Economic: the Disasters of Neoliberalism

Orwell at the UN: Obama Re-Defines Democracy as a Country That Supports U.S. Policy

Bubbles Always Burst: the Education of an Economist