Attacking the “Deep State”

Donald Trump (Gage Skidmore via Flickr)

by John Feffer Donald Trump has many enemies. And he has long had an enemies list: all the people that he has attacked repeatedly in person, in print, and on Twitter. But now Trump, as president, has drawn up a… Continue Reading  

Brexit And Rare Accountability For Folly

Boris Johnson (Alexandros Michailidis / Shutterstock.com)

by Paul R. Pillar The Brexiteers in the United Kingdom who sold their fellow citizens a bill of goods before the Brexit referendum two years ago are starting to pay a political price. They are paying it as the countrymen whom… Continue Reading  

The Neoconservative Comeback

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley

by Lawrence Wilkerson To those who are strongly opposed to Donald Trump, his present troubles no doubt resonate positively. The looming prospect of his successful removal from office through impeachment proceedings—or his just leaving as pressure for such proceedings builds—might… Continue Reading  

Flashback 30 Years: Lessons to Learn, Work to Do

Jesse Jackson speaking at the 1988 Democratic Convention (C-SPAN)

by James J. Zogby Thirty years ago, I mounted the podium of the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia to open the first ever political party debate on Palestinian rights. Looking out over the convention hall at our 1,500 delegate-supporters… Continue Reading  

Revisiting Regime Change In Iran

John Bolton, Mike Pompeo, Donald Trump, and Mike Pence (State Department)

by Gareth Smyth After abandoning the 2015 nuclear agreement signed by the Obama administration with Iran and five world powers, the Trump administration has returned to past American notions of Iran’s Islamic Republic being either overthrown or weakened to the… Continue Reading