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).

Bin Laden Knew His Enemy

China’s Surge

The Ghost of Keynes at the IMF?

Why Congress Must Debate Going to War in Libya

The Rightwing Restructuring of Wisconsin

How to Reduce Unemployment and Revive the Economy

Why Aristide Should be Allowed to Return to Haiti

Why Washington Won’t Allow Democracy in Haiti

Keep Your Hands Off Our Social Security

A Setback for Haiti

Why It Could Get Even Worse for the Democrats

The Fatal Mistake

Dilma’s Victory in Brazil

Kirchner’s Legacy

Kirchner’s Legacy

Why French Protestors Have It Right

How to Change the IMF

Target: Ecuador

Venezuela’s Elections

The Rightwing Upsurge in the U.S.

The Future of the Internet

The Venezuelan Economy

The Stimulus Complex

Drawing the Wrong Lessons From Germany’s Recovery

Lugar’s Strategic Leak

Failing Haiti

Hungary Defies IMF and European Authorities

Colombia-Venezuela Dispute Will be Better Resolved in South America

Jobs, Stimulus and Debt

Life Imitates Art

Exacerbating the Crisis in the Eurozone

Widening Rifts in Latin America

Can’t Get No Stimulation

Distorting Chavez

The Brazilian Presidential Elections

Economic Timidity in the Eurozone

The Eurozone’s Self-Inflicted Crisis

The European Union’s Dangerous Game

Venezuela and Greece

The IMF’s Road to Ruin

Will a Congressional Rebellion Bring the Afghan War to an End?

The China Charade

The Losing Battle Against National Self-Determination

Slow, Small Changes at the IMF

Re-Thinking the Euro

An Ugly and Dangerous Game

Greenspan’s Nightmare

Hillary in Latin America

The Debt is Not the Threat

Hillary Clinton’s War Whoop