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).

Why Washington "Cares" About Honduras and Haiti

Security Kills

Bail Out the Poor

Brazil vs. Washington

Honduran Dictatorship is a Threat to Democracy in the Hemisphere

The US Must Solve Its Own Economic Problems

When Small Countries Lead the Way

Occupying Afghanistan is Making Things Worse

How Much Repression Will Hillary Clinton Support in Honduras?

Recession, Recovery and Reform

IMF Gives Honduran Government $175 Million

U.S.-Brokered Mediation in Honduras Has Failed

Learning From China

Showdown Over the IMF

Vulture Funds Descend on Argentina

S&P Misses the Boat

Climate Change and Intellectual Property Rights?

Stealth Move by IMF to Get $100 Billion Without Congressional Debate

Hillary and Latin America

Overhauling the IMF

The Crisis vs. the Dogma

Correcting the Facts on US/Venezuela Relations

Mexico: Their Brand is Crisis

Bernacke Could Face Serious Trouble

The IMF Has Lost Its Influence

Bush’s Lonely Campaign Against Chavez

CAFTA will Further Depress US Wages

Owning Up to the "Ownership Society"

The World Bank: a Bigger Problem Than Wolfowitz

The Silence About Haiti’s Torment

No Taxes for Owners, Only for Workers

"Lula is One of Us"

Can the Courts Tackle Corporate Crime?

US Still Intervening Against Democracy in Venezuela

Bush Pushes "Regime Change" in Venezuela

Getting the Most Out of Homeland Security

Venezuelan Democracy Under Siege

The Cost of War

Bush Administration Tries to Hide Role in Venezuelan Coup

What Are They Doing to Argentina?

US Trade Policy, "Do as We Say, Not as We Did"

The FBI’s Dirty Secrets

It’s Time to Halt Executions Nationwide

A War on Civilians?