Egypt Under Empire, Part 3: From Nasser to Mubarak

August 1st, 2013
By: Andrew Gavin Marshall Egyptians Prepare In Tahrir Square For The First Anniverary Of The Revolution Between 1952 and 2011, Egypt was ruled by three military dictators: Nasser, Sadat, and Mubarak. Nasser placated labour unrest and imposed many social… more »

Empire Project Failing in Syria Says French Foreign Minister

January 27th, 2013
Michael Collins The survival of the Syrian government represents a major failure of the empire project to recolonize and dominate energy rich Middle Eastern and North African states. In an abrupt change from months of anticipatory triumphalism, French… more »

The Obama Doctrine: Making a Virtue of Necessity

November 9th, 2011
James Petras After nearly 3 years in deep pursuit of the colonial wars initiated by ex-President Bush, the Obama regime has finally recognized the catastrophic domestic and foreign consequences. As a result the “reality principle” has taken hold; the… more »

Argentina: Why President Fernandez Wins and Obama Loses

October 30th, 2011
James Petras Introduction On October 23rd of this year, President Cristina Fernandez won re-election receiving 54% of the vote, 37 percentage points higher than her nearest opponent. The President’s coalition also swept the Congressional, Senatorial,… more »

Puppets in Revolt: Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and the United States

July 25th, 2011
James Petras Introduction Empires are built through the promotion and backing of local collaborators who act at the behest of imperial rulers. They are rewarded with the outward symbols of authority and financial handouts, even as it is understood that… more »

Imperialism: Bankers, Drug Wars and Genocide

May 19th, 2011
James Petras In May 2011, Mexican investigators uncovered another mass clandestine grave with dozens of mutilated corpses; bringing the total number of victims to 40,000 killed since 2006 when the Calderon regime announced its “war on drug traffickers”.… more »

"U.S. troops join Baghdad battle against militants" AP 2 hours ago

September 5th, 2010
Michael Collins BAGHDAD —"Days after the U.S. officially ended combat operations and touted Iraq's ability to defend itself, American troops found themselves battling heavily armed militants assaulting an Iraqi military headquarters in the center of… more »

The Middle Class

August 19th, 2010
By anaxarchos posted by Michael Collins Capitalism does not elevate… it expropriates and impoverishes. Its urban slums and shanty towns are a step down from the rural, quasi-capitalist material it begins with. Worldwide, it expropriates wealth from the… more »

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