by John Feffer Kathryn Wat, chief curator at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, discusses the new exhibition of photography by women from Iran and the Arab world, “She Who Tells a Story.” Conducted on April… Continue Reading
by Phyllis Bennis For a foreign policy speech that was supposed to make Republican candidate Donald Trump look presidential, it took an awful lot of digging through a basketful of bumper-sticker slogans to get to a substantive point. And when… Continue Reading
by Jim Lobe I received the following announcement yesterday afternoon.
by Muhammad Fraser-Rahim As Iran continues to emerge from the shadows as a result of the recent nuclear deal that lifted sanctions and provided access to tens of billions of dollars of investment and consumer goods, a quiet and steady “urban”… Continue Reading
by John Feffer An extreme weather event hits Norway. Finally shocked into doing something radical about climate change, Norwegian citizens propel the Green Party into government, where it declares an immediate suspension of oil and gas production. The new prime… Continue Reading