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Greg Grandin

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Greg Grandin

Greg Grandin

Greg Grandin teaches history at New York University and is the author of Fordlandia, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in history. His new book, The Empire of Necessity: Slavery, Freedom, and Deception in the New World, will be published in January.


News and Features

Nine reasons Democrats should embrace immigration reform this year.

The Tea Party’s guide to American exceptionalism: It is all about race.

The Pentagon has a new Monroe Doctrine.

Roberto Micheletti has agreed to a plan to end the country's political impasse. But the coup government is already looking for loopholes.

Those who seized power in June have polarized society, delegitimized political institutions and empowered social movements.

Hugo Chávez talks about his relationship with Barack Obama, the Honduran crisis, plans to extend the Pentagon's presence in Colombia, and domestic successes and challenges.


Let's keep Washington Bullets in mind thinking about Egypt.
Washington is integrating Mexico, Central America and Colombia into a neoliberal-neocon corridor, creating a perfect circle of conflict,...
An old school mate remembers Frank Wisner, our man—or not—in Egypt.
Washington-approved violence in Honduras continues.
As democracy proceeds in Egypt, the US works to contain it in Haiti.
A Washington insider says to expect a push from White House to ratify the flawed Colombia Free Trade Treaty.  Also to be expected:...
The repeated invocation on the part of conservatives signals a deeper malady.