Luciana Bohne

Luciana Bohne was co-founder of Film Criticism, a journal of cinema studies, and taught at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. 

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

The Indelible Traces of War

The Long Ides of March of Aldo Moro

Libya, Again?

The Logic of the Imperial Security State

Pasolini’s ‘St. Paul:’ a Prophecy of Our Times?

“Race”: a Political Weapon

Imperial Gothic

America’s Recruitment of Nazis–Then and Now

This World Reeks of War

A Question of Torture

Poetry for Humanity