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February 1, 2017
The Passing of Dom Paulo, Cardinal Arns, a Liberation Theology Titan
He stood up courageously against Brazil’s dictatorship and supported the “preferential option for the poor.”
January 25, 2017
Yes, Trump’s Against Free Trade. That Doesn’t Mean He’s For Good Jobs.
What would a progressive alternative to the TPP and NAFTA actually entail?
January 20, 2017
Obama’s Hail Mary for Climate Justice
His last week in office, Obama sent $500 million to the United Nations Green Climate Fund.
December 13, 2016
Trumpism Poses the Most Dire Threat to Academic Freedom in Recent Memory
A shadowy new Professor Watchlist has revived the McCarthyite hysteria of the 1950s. We must fight back.
November 29, 2016
Profit-Driven Schools Fail Uganda’s Children
Silicon Valley–backed Bridge International Academies repeatedly failed to comply with national education standards.
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November 19, 2016
The Personal Is Political, But Not Always Fictional
What is the novelist Intizar Husain’s theory of Pakistani history?
November 15, 2016
How to Make Technology Actually Work for Workers
Rather than speeding offshoring and making workers redundant, technology can be a means of organizing and empowering them.
November 14, 2016
Giving Peace a Second Chance in Colombia
After the surprise public rejection of the first accord, a revised agreement to end decades of civil war just might squeak through.
September 21, 2016
The ‘Chicago Boys’ in Chile: Economic Freedom’s Awful Toll
Repression for the majorities and “economic freedom” for small privileged groups are two sides of the same coin.
September 19, 2016
Free-Trade Deals Are Making It Much Harder to Fight AIDS
The Trans-Pacific Partnership and its ilk protect profits at the expense of prevention.