The Pakistani government is too weak to compel its elites to contribute to the system, leaving the country in a near-feudal state.
In the wake of the killing of Osama bin Laden, will the US alter its strategy in the 'War on Terror'? Jeremy Scahill joins Chris Hayes to explain how the death of the Al Qaeda leader will influence US foreign policy.
The legendary activist says that a revolutionary transformation of our society is not only possible, but necessary.
Political analyst Joshua M. Landis explains why the Syrian president's recent concessions are too little too late for a burgeoning protest movement that's interested in more than piecemeal reform.
The release of previously classified reports on the US military's Guantánamo detainees has resuscitated stories of horror and suffering that have been largely forgotten in recent years.
Under new credit card regulations, will women find it harder to access credit?
The WikiLeaks cables not only uncovered extensive Washington influence in the region, it also ushered in a new age of investigative journalism.
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Romney and his kind turned much of our economy into a betting parlor—how did he ever become a serious candidate for the presidency?
How anti-Muslim bias entered the mainstream.
What will become of the military remains post-revolution Egypt's Gordian Knot.
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