Mark Engler

MARK ENGLER is author of How to Rule the World: The Coming Battle Over the Global Economy (Nation Books, April 2008). He can be reached via the web site

How Social Movements Can Win More Victories Like Same-Sex Marriage

The Gulf at the Gas Station

Pranksters Fixing the World

Casino Capitalism as Usual

Science Fiction From Below

American Empire Foreclosed?

Will the Winds of Change Reach El Salvador?

When the Betting Goes Bad

The World After Bush

Trade Politics and the Battle for the Soul of the Democratic Party

Bush’s Latin American Spring Break

WTO: Best Left for Dead?

Mexico’s Fear of Democracy

There’s Much More to be Done on Debt Relief

How Costly is Too Costly?

The WTO in Hong Kong

Will Big Business Turn on Bush?

The Big Debt Deal

CAFTA Deserves a Quiet Death

Triumph Over Debt?

John Paul II’s Economic Ethics

Remembering Archbishop Romero

The Last Porto Alegre

Where Activists Stand Five Years After the Landmark Protests in Seattle

The War and Globalization

Dick Cheney’s El Salvador

A Week at the RNC: Inside and Out

Why the City Should–and Will–Demostrate Against the Republican Convention

On the Necessity of Torture

Miami’s Trade Troubles

Those Who Don’t Count

Iraq War as Arms Expo

CAFTA, Free Trade vs. Democracy

From the Quarantine Against Greed