View all posts filed under March, 2011James Petras and Robin Eastman-Abaya :: 03.25.2011 :: United States
Many critics of the ongoing Euro-US wars in the Middle East and, now, North Africa, have based their arguments on clichés and generalizations devoid of fact.
03.23.2011 :: Analysis
The bailouts of banks, speculators and manufacturers served their real purposes: the multi-millionaires became billionaires and the later became multi-billionaires.
03.20.2011 :: United States
One of the key distinctions between a capitalist and a non-capitalist (socialist, feudal, absolutist state) economy is the separation of state and private enterprise.
03.09.2011 :: Analysis
James Petras. Bartle Professor Emeritus Binghamton University and Adjunct Professor St. Marys University (Halifax, Canada)
03.06.2011 :: Analysis
Speaking of democratic revolutions… Play written in June 2008
03.03.2011 :: Middle East
Most accounts of the Arab revolts from Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Yemen, Jordan, Bahrain, Iraq and elsewhere have focused on the most immediate causes: political dictatorships, unemployment, repression and the wounding and killing of protestors.