Foreign Affairs

Travis Waldon: Brazil Is About To Show The World How A...

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What the hell is going on in Brazil? We suggest you get caught up by reading Travis Waldon...

Why Trump Will (Probably) Not Overthrow Venezuela’s Maduro Plus: David Sirota’s...

As anyone who's been reading me knows I've been writing a lot about whether the Trump administration will overthrow -- with or...

Buckraking Around the World With Tony Blair: The sanctimonious former P.M.’s...

Happy Holiday. I'm pretty much taking the next week few days off and will begin posting again regularly on Monday. Until then, we'll have...

Vijay Prashad: ‘Tomorrow will be too late to do what we...

In 1992, Fidel Castro of Cuba went to Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development to announce, ‘Tomorrow...

The Life and Times of a South Vietnamese Special Police Officer,...

The Vietnamese perspective is rarely found in English language books about the Vietnam War, especially regarding the CIA’s “liaison” relationship with South Vietnamese police...

Invasion Watch: Will Trump Invade, a New Periodic Column, Venezuela Edition

The only person who knows is President Trump, demented and reckless yet aware that war is bad for business profits.

Jeffrey Epstein’s Political and Sex Trafficking Networks: Plus: Help me find...

Before heading out for the weekend, let’s discuss Jeffrey Epstein, America’s best connected political pedophile, shall we? If you haven’t heard of him, Epstein’s...

Azerbaijan’s Oil-Rich Regime and Washington Real Estate

If you're looking for a luxury property in Washington, there's a Dupont Circle area house on the market you might want to take a...

The Return of Erik Prince: Trump, military contractors and the further...

In 2005 the Marine Corps University published a paper entitled The Professional Military Services Industry: Have We Created a New Military-Industrial Complex? To consider...

Washington Post’s Valentine Poem To Colombian Flower Industry

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Washington Post delivered up a love poem to Colombia's flower industry and the joys of globalization. The story...