World

US Special Forces May Have Gone On a Murder Spree in Afghanistan—Did the Army Cover It Up?

Exclusive video: “I saw with my own eyes that they killed people.”

Matthieu Aikins

China’s Meltdown Goes Deeper Than the Stock Market

The market’s volatility hurts share prices, but the turbulence in China’s real economy has plunged workers into poverty and fatal risks on the job.

Michelle Chen

The Civilian Toll From the War Against ISIS Is Unacceptable. Why Isn’t the Press Covering It?

The US-led bombing campaign has killed hundreds, according to one comprehensive report. The Pentagon admits to two.

Sara Rathod

Europe’s New Left

The Promise, and Peril, of Europe’s New Left Solidarity

There's been a groundswell of insurgent politics, from Greece to Britain, but so far victory has been elusive.

Maria Margaronis

Why a Left-Wing Socialist Is Poised to Become the Leader of Britain’s Labour Party

Unlike the party apparatchiks, Jeremy Corbyn has consistently opposed austerity—and voters are enthusiastic.

D.D. Guttenplan

Turning the European Debt Myth Upside Down

The debt crisis has little to do with poor budgeting and everything to do with crony capitalism.

Conn Hallinan and Foreign Policy In Focus

Investigation

The Pacific Coast Farm-Worker Rebellion

From Baja California to Washington State, indigenous farm workers are standing up for their rights.
David Bacon

A burned-out concrete blockhouse—the former police station—squats on one side of the only divided street in Vicente Guerrero, half a mile from Baja California’s transpeninsular highway. Just across the street lies the barrio of Nuevo (New) San Juan Copala, one of the first settlements of migrant farm workers here in… Continue Reading >

Focus on Iran

Why Would ‘The New York Times’ Try to Torpedo the Iran Deal?

Today’s front-page piece masquerades as news analysis, while pushing a neoconservative agenda.

James Carden

Iran Hawks Think We Can Impose Harsher Sanctions on Iran

Here’s why they’re wrong.

Juan Cole

It’s Not a Nuclear-Armed Iran That Israel and Saudi Arabia Really Fear

It’s that the Vienna Agreement opens the door for the United States and Iran to develop important financial and trade ties.

Peter Van Buren

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