Eli Clifton is a fellow at The Nation Institute who focuses on money in politics and US foreign policy. He previously reported for the American Independent New Network, ThinkProgress, and Inter Press Service. Clifton is co-author of the Center for American Progress’s report “Fear Inc.: The Roots Of the Islamophobia Network In America.” His work has appeared on PBS/Frontline’s Tehran bureau, the South China Morning Post, Right Web, LobeLog, Salon, Huffington Post, the Daily Beast, Slate, Gawker, and ForeignPolicy.com. Eli holds a bachelor’s degree from Bates College and a master’s degree in international political economy from the London School of Economics.
Today in Washington, Representative Meeks makes a level-headed case for multilateral diplomacy with Iran, while Representative Vargas fears an iranian attack on Los Angeles.
Did a report from a “problematic” source land in the opinion pages because it failed to pass muster with newsroom editors?
But its candidate would rather talk about fishing than foreign policy.
Answering statements of Holocaust acceptance with denial is becoming a Netanyahu trademark.
Paul Singer is one of the Republican Party’s most effective fundraisers—and a leading proponent of using military force against Tehran.
The right-wing think tank received big money from Taiwan’s government at the same time that it was churning out policy papers and articles urging US military aid to Taipei.