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The Political Crisis in Greece

Whatever the outcome of today's vote, the Greek people can expect no miracles. But they deserve our complete solidarity.   [ continue reading...]

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Are Utility Companies Changing Their Strategy to Fight Obama Power Plan?

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence speaking in Indianapolis, May 15, 2014. Pence has stated that Indiana will not comply with the EPA's Clean Power Plan. (Photo: A.J. Mast/The New York Times) In a letter sent...   [ continue reading...]

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Tom Tomorrow Celebrates 25 Years of Cartooning With a Massive Retrospective

Tom Tomorrow The average lifespan of an Antarctic emperor penguin is 15 to 20 years. The average lifespan of an American comic strip is probably far shorter. Both are reasons to celebrate the...   [ continue reading...]

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Building a movement to beat the government: Dangerous Times Festival 2015

Video of the session 'Building a movement to beat the government' at Dangerous Times Festival 2015. Featuring Rabina Khan, Falza Shaheen, Francesca Martinez and Sam Fairbairn. Produced by...   [ continue reading...]

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Four Big Foreign Policy Challenges that Modi Needs a Framework to Deal With

The last time we saw such an extensive shift in the global situation was probably between 1989 and 1992, when the Narasimha Rao government came to power and India adjusted her policies considerably.   [ continue reading...]

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Peak Oil Review - July 6

A weekly review including Oil and the Global Economy, The Middle East & North Africa, China, Russia/Ukraine, Greece, The Briefs.   [ continue reading...]

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SECC not irrelevant just yet

Although the SECC’s objectives are not likely to be met, it is a big step towards providing accurate information on the well-being of the people   [ continue reading...]

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Can the 2016 Election Be About Making It Work for US Families?

As election season heats up, it’s encouraging to see not only education policy in general, but early childhood education, in particular, getting serious attention. With New York City leading the...   [ continue reading...]

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The Curious Backstory Behind the NYT’s Review of Chris Hedges’ New Book

Chris Hedges’ latest book, “Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt” was given top placement in this weekend’s New York Times Book Review section, and although a high profile...   [ continue reading...]

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Barack Obama’s Indian summer?

Given the constraints all U.S. Presidents operate under, and given the additional burden Barack Obama carries because of his race, his recent winning streak is both unusual and likely temporary. It...   [ continue reading...]

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Iran Readies for a Possible Game Change After the Nuclear Talks

GrAl / Shutterstock Iran’s approach to negotiating with the U.S. and five other international parties currently displaying a keen interest in how Tehran conducts its nuclear program isn’t...   [ continue reading...]

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Organized Labor: To Be or Not to Be?

It is time that people were afforded the opportunity to determine their own economic destiny and embrace a different culture   [ continue reading...]

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The “Sixth Extinction” Adds Urgency to Habitat and Climate Protection

It’s now unequivocal: the sixth great spasm of species extinctions has begun. We – homo sapiens – are its cause. And only we can slow it down.   [ continue reading...]

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Lab rats and the corruption of how we count

The numbers that come our way are calculated and disseminated by people who have an agenda. It may be to be as objective as they can be given the constraints under which they labor. It may be to...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Is India A Follower in Cyberspace When It Can Lead?

If India used its knowledge and expertise to help improvise new directions for global Internet governance, that would bring much richer dividends than just capitulating to the US-led power structure.   [ continue reading...]

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Greek Voters Send Decisive Message to European Leaders: No Deal (Updated)

  A voter files his ballot in Athens during Sunday’s referendum. (conejota / Shutterstock) UPDATE: As The Washington Post reported, after Sunday’s vote, Greek opposition leader and...   [ continue reading...]

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Revealed: The West’s Role in the Genocide at Srebrenica

    Then-Bosnian Serb Army Gen. Ratko Mladic, center, accompanied by an aide and French U.N. security troops, at the Sarajevo airport in Bosnia-Herzegovina in April 1993. (Michael Stravato /...   [ continue reading...]

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Julian Assange on Google, Surveillance and Predatory Capitalism

“Google pretends it isn’t a company,” says Assange but Google is not what it seems. It’s a deeply political operation. "We must pay attention to how it operates, and prepare to defend...   [ continue reading...]

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Locking Up Immigrant Kids

Drive south from San Antonio across the flat, derrick-studded, orange-dirt plains of South Texas, veer off Interstate 35 into the tiny fracking boomtown of Dilley, park in a gravel lot, get buzzed...   [ continue reading...]

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Womens Liberation, class and Feminism: Lindsey German & Katherine Connelly | Dangerous Times

From the session 'Women’s liberation, class and feminism today' at Dangerous Times Festival 2015   [ continue reading...]

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