At least when it comes to “great” powers and war these days, one lesson seems clear enough: there simply is nothing great about them, except their power to destroy not just the enemy, but themselves as well.
Virtually all paths to a net-zero-emissions food system rely on consumers in high-income countries shifting to a more plant-forward diet
Michael Hudson explains how Rome rejected debt forgiveness and nstituted a pro-creditor legal system, which our establishment defends today.
Professor Sokona, Vice-Chair of the IPCC, on how Ukraine has reshaped thinking in Africa and on the needed transformation in its leadership
‘This is the most fundamental attempt to change the DNA of the Labour Party in its entire history’
Pontius Pilate asked, "What is truth?" Time to ask "What is science?" since our market system creates sciences that aren't very scientific.
Eugene Debs, the socialist who ran for President despite being a convict times two, is again in the spotlight.
“The object of employing children is not to train them, but to get high profits from their work." -- Lewis Hine, 1908
An examination of the economic law that says as the private sector improves productivity by destroying the planet and creating awful jobs, what's left of the public sector must do the same.
Research suggests that well over 1 million people with disabilities are not getting the assistance they need, and even those who receive benefits are likely not getting enough.