Volume 19 no 22

December 16-31, 2012

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Geography Counterinsurgent
By Joel Wainwright

Music Censorship – Tipper Gore and the Encore
By Lee Ballinger

Another ‘Conference of Polluters’ Confirms Climate Catastrophe
By Patrick Bond

Life in a Yoga Sex Cult – Romania’s Tantric Guru
By Stewart J. Lawrence

Japan’s Resurgent Militarism
By Tom Clifford

Privatizing the Air: The Emissions Trading Scam
By Patrick Bond

Volume 19 no 21

December 1-15, 2012

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Blown Up – Wind Industry Buffeted by Backlash
By Robert Bryce

Their Eyes Were Watching You – Notes on a Growing Surveillance State
By Tom Wright

Making Green a Threat Again
By Scott Parkin

Volume 19 no 20

November 16-30, 2012

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Vanishing Point – Canaries in the South Pacific
By Vijay Prashad

Pakistan and America Caught in a Bad Romance
By Charles Pierson

The Path to Change in Ethiopia
By Graham Peebles

Panthers in Sweden
By Gabriel Kuhn

Volume 19 no 19

November 1-15, 2012

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Fiscal Policy as Class Politics – What Keynes Really Prescribed
By Alan Nasser

The Manufacture of Knowledge – What’s Going On at the Israeli National Security Studies Think Tank
By Karim Malik

The Undocumented Population and Universalism
By Nicholas Parker

Suicides in Solitary
By Terry A. Kupers

Volume 19 no 18

October 16-31, 2012

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Aiding Corporations Through Death Squad Violence – The Blood Toll of Plan Colombia
By Daniel Kovalik

The Obama Illusion
By Rob Urie

Learning from the Zapatistas – Comañeros of the Word
By Greg Ruggiero

Volume 19 no 17

October 1-15, 2012

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Obama and Romney vs. Medicare – The First Cuts Won’t be the Deepest
By Dave Lindorff

The Arab Spring at the Crossroads – Seven Key Challenges
By Esam Al-Amin

The Kafkaesque Case of Matt Duran  – A Defense of Contempt
By Kristian Williams

Volume 19 no 15 & 16

September 1-31, 2012

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Special Tribute Issue
Alexander Cockburn
June 6, 1941 – July 21, 2012

Go Ask Alex
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Cockburn’s Promontory
By Peter Linebaugh

Ridiculing the Celebrated, Celebrating the Ridiculed
By Frank Bardacke

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Volume 19 no 14

August 1-31, 2012

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The Path to Full Employment – An Interview with Robert Pollin
By Laura Flanders

Vietnam Today – Passing from Communism
By Gabriel Kolko

Like a Tree Planted by the Rivers
By Daniel Wolff

Our Voltaire – Alexander Cockburn
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 19 no 13

July 1-31, 2012

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The Humiliation of JP Morgan – Cut to the Chase
By Mike Whitney

The Dreyfus Affair, Revisited
By Israel Shamir

Women and Revolution
By Ron Jacobs

The Fake War on Police
By Kevin Carson

Rape in the Congo, Giséle’s Story
By Victoria Fontan

Volume 19 no 12

June 16-30, 2012

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Black Farmers vs. the USDA – Jim Crow in the Fields
By Heather Gray

David Brower at 100 – My Dad the Archdruid
By Kenneth Brower

Cornwall Diary: Extraction Zones – From Penzance to California
By Iain A. Boal

Welfare Reform in Britain  – David Cameron’s Assault on the Poor
By Joseph Richardson

Volume 19 no 11

June 1-15, 2012

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Resistance’s Half-Life: Militarization and the Growing Academic Silence
By David Price

Romney’s Slash-and-Burn Economics
By Mike Whitney

The Fall of the House of Stanford
By Jeffrey St. Clair

Volume 19 no 10

May 16-31, 2012

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Deep Poverty in American Today
Laura Flanders talks to Peter Edelman

Remembering the U.S. Attack on Vietnam Fifty Years Ago
By Jean Bricmont

The Real Function of Socialism  – Is the Left a Right-Wing Conspiracy?
By Israel Shamir

Volume 19 no 9

May 1-15, 2012

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Where We’re at in 2012 – Nero’s Half Boar and Other Disclosures
By Alexander Cockburn

Illusions Die Hard, A Lot Harder Than They Should Have
By Jeffrey St. Clair

The TSA’s Decade of Tyranny
By James Bovard

Volume 19 no 8

April 16-30, 2012

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The Flight of the Young Chicken-Hawk – How Mitt Romney Dodged the Draft
By H. Bruce Franklin

Scorpion’s Sting – The Social Cost of China’s GDP Growth
By Wei Zhang

The Completed “Kill Chain” – Automated Warfare and the Rise of the Drones
By Andrew Cockburn

Volume 19 no 7

April 1-15, 2012

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A Libyan Diary – Reality after the Overthrow
By Vijay Prashad

Hunger and Financial Speculation – Why the World Price of Food Is Going Up
By Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero

From Vengeance to Sanitation – How they Argue Now for the Death Penalty
By Bruce Jackson & Diane Christian

Argentina Shows the Way – Economic Piracy as Good as Policy
By Serge Halimi

Volume 19 no 6

March 16-31, 2012

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Advancing the Policy of “Aggressive Diplomacy” – Iran in Obama’s Speeches
By Sasan Fayazmanesh

Mitt Romney’s Mormonism: Why It’s a Serious Issue
By Renato Wardle

In Defense of Gilad Atzmon
By Jean Bricmont

The Anatomy of Hopelessness – Scenes from Martinsburg South Middle School
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 19 no 5

March 1-15, 2012

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The ProPublica and Other Models – How Toxic is the Fog of Benevolence in Foundation
By Harry Browne

The Validity of Faith: An Atheist Perspective
By Rachel Ortiz

Fortress in Stony Ridge Ohio  – The kids said, Let’s destroy everything! He said No.
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 19 no 4

February 16-29, 2012

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Dioxin, Dow and the EPA – Dow Chemical’s Endless War
By Peter Lee

“Emptying the water to catch the fish” – Terror in Chhatisgarh
By Marina Forti

Shards From a Broken Road – God and Cars in Kokomo
By JoAnn Wypijewski

Volume 19 no 3

February 1-15, 2012

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A Witch-Hunting We Will Go – Lizzie Phelan vs.The New York Times
By Alexander Cockburn

Disgusting is as Disgusting Does – The Agonies of Susan Rice
By Vijay Prashad

Blaming the Poor – Yes, It’s Charles Murray, singing for his Supper
By Carl Ginsburg

Volume 19 no 2

January 16-31, 2012

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Two Ounces of Kafka – An Oily Encounter with Homeland Security
By Pete Knutson

An ex-Mormon Woman Looks Back at the Church – “I’ve Never Met a Mormon Man Who Has Any Real Respect for Women”
Alexander Cockburn interviews Becky Grant

The Port Huron Statement and the Start of the Sixties
By Alexander Cockburn

Volume 19 no 1

January 1-15, 2012

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After Russia’s Winter Break – Liberals and Communists Regroup
By Israel Shamir

Paul Krugman Learns the Facts of Life On Health Insurance
By Rob Urie

The Change They Believed In – How Obama Got His Start
By Robert Fitch

“A cockleshell adrift on the ocean” – Presidents Who Don’t Preside
By Serge Halimi