What Is to Be Done?By Paul Mattick
Its hard to imagine a more stunning demonstration of the theoretical bankruptcy of economics as a putative science than the ongoing discussion of the current economic situation.
The Proof of the HoneyBy Salwa Al Neimi
Some people conjure spirits. I conjure bodies. I have no knowledge of my soul or of the souls of others. I know only my body and theirs.
Docs In Sight
The Perils of a Young Fixer in Afghanistan: Ian Olds in conversation with Williams Cole
Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi is a new documentary by Ian Olds which tells the tragic story of Ajmal Naqshbandi, a young fixer for foreign journalists in Kabul who ends up apprehended by the Taliban along with an Italian journalist.
Iraq: A Game of CrapsBy Michael Busch
Before we use Thomas Rickss The Gamble to revisit the now largely forgotten American escalation in Iraq, a few words on the US occupation there between 2003 and 2006 might be helpful, and Ricks himself provides them.
Children of GenocideBy Elizabeth Monaghan
Philomena sits on a concrete step in a muddy Rwandan backyard. Her daughter, Juliette, no older than fourteen, sits next to her, her arm draped over Philomenas knee. The girl wears pink flip-flops and a dress patterned of multi-colored daisies.
Notes from RioBy Theodore Hamm
I went down to Rio in mid-March with no agenda other than to soak up some sun and sand and to experience that great city for the first time.