With economic difficulties mounting and dissent in the ranks, is the government of Nicolás Maduro living up to Hugo Chávez’s legacy?
In this exclusive excerpt from his new book, 'Method and Madness: The hidden story of Israel’s assaults on Gaza' (OR Books, 2014), Norman Finkelstein dissects and debunks the UN’s 2011 Panel of Inquiry into the Israeli assault on the Gaza freedom flotilla.
Israel has gone on the rampage in Gaza three times in six years. Norman Finkelstein's latest book is a devastating assault on the myths that make the massacres possible.
The recent World Cup in Brazil and its accompanying protests highlight a broader context of urban social struggles in the country.
In the absence of mass civil resistance, Palestinians will remain trapped between US-brokered capitulation and the miserable status quo.
Norman Finkelstein's acerbic demolition job, 'Old Wine, Broken Bottle: Ari Shavit's Promised Land', reviewed.
Omarivs Ioseph Filivs Dinæ’s depiction of a system of dress for Palestinian state officials testifies to injustices suffered, whilst challenging the empty symbols and clichés of state-building.
With elites languishing in a state of decadence, what should the role of art be in reflecting and challenging the world?
The World Bank is facilitating the displacement of people across the Global South in the name of increased GDP. A new campaign is launching to challenge this injustice.
Jhumpa Lahiri's novel The Lowland examines the personal and political impact of the early Naxalite movement in India.