Michael Neumann

Michael Neumann is a professor of philosophy at a Canadian university.  He is the author of What’s Left: Radical Politics and the Radical Psyche and The Case Against Israel.  He also contributed the essay, “What is Anti-Semitism”, to CounterPunch’s book, The Politics of Anti-Semitism.  He can be reached at mneumann@live.com

Russia’s Price for Peace in Syria

Respect Squandered?

Egypt in Discouraging Times

Horowitz, the New York Times and the Pitiable State of Israel’s Friends

Slandering Israel?

Love Those Occupiers?

After Palestine’s Statehood Bid


General Amidror’s Gift

The "Corrupt Betrayers" of the Palestinian People

The WASP Penchant for Zionism

Leveling the Playing Field

Criticism of Israel

Fearsome Words?

Say It Loud, Say It Proud: There is No God

Hamas and Gaza

Russia and Georgia

The One State Illusion: Reply to My Critics

The One-State Illusion: More is Less The Debate over Israel and Palestine

In Memoriam: Raul Hilberg

Canada in Afghanistan

Two States, One State and Snake Oil

Anglophone Fantasies and French Realities

Cut and Run from Iraq

Guerrilla Reviewing

What is to be Said?

The White Man’s Burden?

Jewish Opposition to Zionism

The Stability and Value of Israel

The Israel Lobby and Beyond

The Israel Lobby and Beyond

East Meets West

The Core of Zionism

The Palestinians and the Party Line

Jimmy Martin: an Appreciation

But What About the Snipers?

Victory and Recruitment

Property Gone Wild

Naomi Klein’s "Courage"

Strategies in Palestine

How We Became Barbarians

How Time Flies

Hate Crime Reporting in the Toronto Globe & Mail

Criticism of Israel is Not Anti-Semitism

Rhythm and Race

Ignatieff, Apostle of He-manitarianism

edited by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair


Warfare, Stuff Happening and Terrorism

Has Islam Failed? Not by Western Standards