Luciana Bohne

Luciana Bohne is co-founder of Film Criticism, a journal of cinema studies, and teaches at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. She can be reached at:

Bomb the Public Schools: a Modest Proposal

World War I: Crime and Punishment

Operation Jerusalem Capital: Second Balfour Declaration or Arab-Israeli NATO?

The Terrorism of Moral Indignation

Yemen: The War That Isn’t Happening Even as It’s Happening

Welcome to Trumpland: Obama’s Legacy

Panic in America: People in Revolt

The Lethal Lie of Hillary Clinton: Saving Lives with a No-Fly Zone in Syria

Crossing the Acheron: Back to Vietnam

The Democratic Swindle: Hillary or Trump?

The Elective Affinities of Hillary Clinton

Amazing Brexit: Identity and Class Politics

The Great Leap Backward: America’s Illegal Wars on the World

The Fire Each Time

The Cowards’ Wars

Lisbon 1964: Scent of the Future

Faking History

Little Oedipus and the Troika

Barbarism Advances

Psychological Warfare: the Osmium Tetroxide Plot

Becoming Neorealism

Where Are You When We Need You, Jean-Paul Sartre?

The Double-Speak of American Civilian Humanitarianism

A Game of Dice With Russia: “Do You Realize What You Have Done?”

License to Kill