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).

Chavez: Hated for His Virtues

Venezuela Hate-Fest

Grading the Deficit Hawks

Yes, There is Such a Thing as a Free Lunch

The NYT Skewers Venezuela, Again

With or Without Chávez

Institutionalizing “Secret” Drone Strikes

Obama’s Vilification of Latin America

Haiti’s Worsening Water Crisis

Priority One: Employment

Chavez and the New South America

America Likes Democracy, Except in Venezuela

Assange and Sweden’s Shame

The UN’s Cholera Epidemic in Haiti

Full-Employment and Political Will

Argentina and the Magic Soybean

GOP’s War on Women Backfires

A New Start for the World Bank?

The Impediment to Democracy in Haiti

Making Chevron Pay

Brazil Takes the Lead in Trying to Stop Another Senseless War

Will Israel Attack Iran?

Obama’s Timid Budget

The Problem With “Pro Democracy” Groups

The Jobless Recovery

America’s Lost Decade

A New Force in Latin America

Austerity for Europe

America’s Conscience is on the Streets

A Self-Inflicted Recession Threatens World Economy

The Bloodshed in Honduras: Obama’s Disgrace

Economic Mismanagement in Europe

The Iranian Escalation

The Real Crisis in the Eurozone

The Problem With Brazil’s Central Bankers

A Rape in Haiti

Brazil’s Wall Street Problem

How the Economy Will Die

The Struggle Against Economic Stupidity

The Crisis That Wasn’t

Jamaica Restructured

The Real Problem With US Health Care

The Occupation of Haiti Must End

Why the Euro is Not Worth Saving

Secrecy at the Fed

Brazil Breaks From the Neoliberal Era

Humala’s Big Win

Zelaya’s Return

Strauss-Kahn’s Legacy at the IMF

Why Greece Should Reject the Euro