As the Asia-Europe Summit gets ready to meet in early October, what are the implications of the rising power of Asia for progress on tackling poverty, inequality and climate change?
As the empire flails in unsuccessful efforts to control 'strategic areas' abroad, its internal politics have devolved into 'The Unreality Game'.
CEOs of the 50 firms that have laid off the most workers in the US since the onset of the economic crisis are not tightening their own belts.
The only transition underway is not from U.S. to Iraqi control, but from Pentagon to State Department deployment. Thousands of contractors and other military resources will just receive a 'civilian' label.
We need public money to prime the pump for private investment in clean energy around the world. This will not only help build climate resilience, but will also create jobs in the US.
The controversy surrounding the proposed Islamic community center in downtown Manhattan is not about religion. It's about war.
Excessive executive pay, as the Wall Street meltdown has demonstrated ever so vividly, endangers our public well-being as surely as any other pollutants.
Ironically, the loudest complainers about paying taxes become the most eloquent advocates of spending more on the military.
Interview about the impact of the Wikileaks documents and the new financial input for the American troops in Afghanistan - hosted by Eric Mann
She spoke at a rally in Quantico, VA supporting a soldier charged with releasing a video showing the killings of civilians and journalists in Iraq.