To antiwar U.S. soldiers and ordinary Afghans, the consequences of a sharp increase in foreign troops in Afghanistan are predictable and dire.
Farnaz Fassihi's book Waiting for an Ordinary Day is a unique and much-needed contribution to documenting the horrors of the Iraq war.
A veteran UAW militant takes issue with a proposed auto bailout that would cut tens of thousands of jobs and put retiree health care benefits at risk.
James Bond unexpectedly fights the CIA and various corporate conspiracies in the latest film from the long-running series.
A Providence company is trying to get millions in tax breaks for a development that will push residents out of their neighborhood.
While election losses for Hugo Chávez’s party should not be dismissed, implying that there was a resurgence of the right may be misleading.
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The film Milk, chronicling the life of murdered gay political leader Harvey Milk, comes at an important time for the movement for LGBT rights.
A court ruling dissolving Thailand's elected government was a reward to right-wing and monarchist forces that are determined to roll back democracy.
Apologists for U.S. intervention talk about "saving" another country by invading it, but this ignores America's brutal history.
Is there a bigger irony than the British Foreign Office celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
The Obama administration is filling up fast with recycled Clintonites and Republican holdovers, but don't expect a rerun of Bill Clinton's presidency.
In a victory for antiwar activists, the Nassau County prosecutors' office agreed to dismiss all charges against the Hempstead 15.
Being a socialist is why I fight against the death penalty and the war--and why the Maryland State Police placed me in a federal database with the label of "terrorist."
Lenin showed how colonial expansion and imperialist rivalry were rooted in profound changes in the nature of capitalism.
Activists held a vigil before the screening of the new movie Milk in support of the newly resurgent movement for gay rights.
Antiwar activists at Seattle Central Community College organized the first counter-recruitment protest at the school in over three years.
The Indian government is escalating tensions with its nuclear-armed rival Pakistan by blaming it for supporting the Mumbai attackers.
In an act of mass kidnapping, the British government expelled the entire population of the Chagos Archipelago so Diego Garcia could be given to the U.S.
Three union leaders and socialists were gunned down in Venezuela after participating in a labor dispute at a Colombian-owned factory.
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