Somebody Else’s Atrocities | by Noam Chomsky

Somebody Else’s Atrocities | by Noam Chomsky

Opposing the International Olympic Committee’s newly formed partnership with Dow Chemical, dissenters illuminate a history of human rights oversights. These instances are all nonexistent, on standard principles, along with others too numerous to mention. In his...

Chávez’s Legacy | by Mark Weisbrot

Bertrand Russell once wrote about the American revolutionary Thomas Paine, “He had faults, like other men; but it was for his virtues that he was hated and successfully calumniated.” This was certainly true of Hugo Chávez Frias, who was probably more...

Chavez isn’t Chavez | by Irene León

Chavez is now a red, overflowing tide of love and commitment, which flooded the streets of Caracas mourning. Chavez is a town that Constitution in hand, starred in a peaceful revolution, with a roadmap ethical, political, social, economic and cultural sovereign. The...