Mark Weisbrot

Mark Weisbrot is co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, in Washington, D.C. and president of Just Foreign Policy. He is also the author of  Failed: What the “Experts” Got Wrong About the Global Economy (Oxford University Press, 2015).

Trump Sanctions on Venezuela Will Cause More Harm

Strangling Puerto Rico in Order to Save It

What Venezuela Needs: Negotiation Not Regime Change

Heed Pope Francis’s Call for Dialogue on Venezuela

The Resurrection of Jeremy Corbyn

Julian Assange is a Political Prisoner Who Has Exposed Government Crimes and Atrocities

Medicaid Saved Obamacare and Single-Payer May Be Back on the Agenda Sooner Than You Think

The Troubling Financial Activities of an Ecuadorian Presidential Candidate

Ecuador’s Elections: Why National Sovereignty Matters

NAFTA has Harmed Mexico Much More Than a Wall Will Ever Do

Obama Should Make Sure that Haitian Victims of UN-Caused Cholera are Compensated

“Trust, But Don’t Verify”: US Intelligence Agencies and the New Cold War

Trump’s China Policy is Already a Disaster

Doubling Down on Disaster: the Degradation of Brazil

The Deep Economic Roots of Italy’s Political Troubles

Castro Was Right About US Policy in Latin America

Breaking From Neoliberalism: Why the Democrats Need New Leadership

Vatican Mediation in Venezuela Changes Political Equation for Washington

The Most Dangerous Place in the World: US Pours in Money, as Blood Flows in Honduras

Obama’s Campaign for TPP Could Drag Down the Democrats

The End of Trump

Kerry’s Brazil Meeting: Showing Support for an Illegitimate Government

Is the Republican Party a Legitimate Party?

Attacking Trump for the Few Sensible Things He Says is Both Bad Politics and Bad Strategy

Confidence and the Degradation of Brazil