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).

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

Confidence and the Degradation of Brazil

The OAS Needs New Leadership

The Democrats and the TPP: What Kind of Democracy Do We Want?

A Policy of Non-Intervention in Venezuela Would be a Welcome Change

How Economic Policy Could Determine the Political Results of the Venezuelan Elections

Washington’s Dog-Whistle Diplomacy Supports Attempted Coup in Brazil

Brazilian Coup Threatens Democracy and National Sovereignty

The Forces Behind the Attempted Coup in Brasil

Argentina and the Vultures: the Political Economy of the Settlement

Euro-Austerity Meets Resistance in Spain

Fixing the Venezuelan Economy

For US in Haiti: Black Lives Don’t Matter

New Greek Bailout Increases the Possibility of Grexit

US & Venezuela: a Fragile Détente

Are European Authorities Trying to Topple the Greek Government?

Germany is Bluffing on Greece

Obama, Cuba and Venezuela

Are EU Officials Plotting Regime Change in Greece?

Are European Authorities Destroying Greece’s Economy in Order to “Save” It?

Behind the White House’s Sanctions Against Venezuela

Obama Channels His Inner Reagan on Venezuela

Greece is Fighting to Save Europe

The Coercion of Greece

Euro Bankers Kick Syriza in the Face

The Message of Syriza’s Victory

Ukraine, the EU and the IMF

China as the World’s Largest Economy

China as the World’s Largest Economy

The Story of Venezuela’s Protests

Kerry’s Lonely Crusade Against Venezuela

The Class Conflict in Venezuela

Obama Pushes for Regime Change in Venezuela

Is Greece on the Rebound?

Collective Bargaining and the Minimum Wage

Honduras: Violence and Fraud at the Polls

Lifting the Veil on the TPP

Trade Pacts: How Super Rich Get Richer

Obama’s Betrayal of Honduras

Why Greenspan Owes America an Apology

Beware the Grand Bargain

A New Low for US/Latin American Relations

What Europe Could Learn From Latin America’s Independence

War at the World Bank

The US and the Euro Crisis

A Statistical Analysis of Venezuela’s Elections

The Battle to Lead the WTO

Venezuela Survives Another Attempt at Regime Change

A Wake-Up Call for Venezuela?

The New Generation of Honduran Death Squads