Ismael Hossein-Zadeh

Ismael Hossein-zadeh is Professor Emeritus of Economics (Drake University). He is the author of Beyond Mainstream Explanations of the Financial Crisis (Routledge 2014), The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism (Palgrave–Macmillan 2007), and the Soviet Non-capitalist Development: The Case of Nasser’s Egypt (Praeger Publishers 1989). He is also a contributor to Hopeless: Barack Obama and the Politics of Illusion.

Unipolar Governance of the Multipolar World

Behind the U.S. Labeling of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards a Terrorist Organization

Why Iran Needs a War Economy

Neoliberal Economics: The Plague of Iran’s Economy

The Class Dynamics in the Rise of Donald Trump

How Parasitic Finance Capital Has Turned Iran’s Economy Into a Case of Casino Capitalism

Evolution of Capitalism, Escalation of Imperialism

Marx on Financial Bubbles: Much Keener Insights Than Contemporary Economists

Distorting Fascism to Sanitize Capitalism

US Presidential Election: Beyond Lesser Evilism

Rouhani’s “Open-Door” Economic Policy for Iran: Recipe for Indebtedness, Deindustrialization and Dependence

What Accounts for the Saudi Regime’s Hysterical Belligerence? The Agony of Death

Who Owns the Federal Reserve Bank and Why is It Shrouded in Myths and Mysteries?

The Bully Recalibrates: U.S. Signals Policy Shift in Syria

The Age of Finance Capital—and the Irrelevance of Mainstream Economics

Behind the Congressional Disagreements Over the Iran Nuclear Deal

Behind Israel’s Hysterical Opposition to the Iran Nuclear Deal

Making Sense of the Iran Nuclear Deal: Geopolitical Implications

How the Uncertain Outcome of Nuclear Talks With Iran Has Taken Its Economy Hostage

Austerity Victims of the World Unite!

Why Islamic Reform is Delayed

Making Sense of the Paris Terrorist Attacks

Iran Nuclear Talks à la Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations

Why Mainstream Economists’ Theory of Finance is Useless

Class Interests as Economic Theory

Hostage to the Banksters

ISIS: The Useful Enemy

Neoliberal Economics Comes to Iran

Keynes is Dead; Long Live Marx!

Planned Chaos in the Middle East—and Beyond

WW III: More Interclass Than International

Putin Blinks in Ukraine Standoff With the US

How International Financial Elites Change Governments to Implement Austerity

Did Iran Have to Give Up So Much to Get So Little?

Why the Iran Nuclear Talks Failed

Debt and Deficit as Shock Therapy

Whatever Happened to the Arab Spring?

Dealing With Iran

Assassinating Iranian Scientists

Occupy Wall Street at the Crossroads

Understanding Unemployment

Keynesian Myths and Illusions

What Quantitative Easing Really Means

An Insidious Threat to the Occupy Movement

Did 9/11 Really Change Everything?

Lots of Posturing, No Solutions

Why All the Wrangling Over the Debt Ceiling?

Why Regime Change in Libya?

Stoking the Fires of Islamophobia

Tells the Facts, Names the Names