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Michael Albert

'The South African Example Is Instructive'

Jul 23, 2014 Michael Albert

The noted political commentator on the campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel

'In Solidarity With Its [CPM's] Left Critics'

Dec 04, 2007 Others

Our statement did not lend support to the CPM's actions in Nandigram or its recent economic policies in West Bengal, nor was that our intention. On the contrary, we asserted ... that we found them tragically wrong.


Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

From invasions to reasons for staying. What would constitute 'victory'? What are the motivations guiding US policy? What went wrong? What explains the calls for withdrawal? Impact of anti-war campaigns and comparisons with Vietnam? What are the optio

Tomorrow Is A Long Time

Nov 04, 2004 Michael Albert

Religion, homophobia, machismo, family values, and fear that floated nationalism above reason and that elevated paranoia above empathy buoyed Bush above sidebar concerns like the demise of civilization, climate, economy, solidarity, and even security


'Any Meaningful Democracy Is Unlikely'

The basic issues remain: (1) Who will run Iraq, Iraqis or a clique in Crawford Texas? (2) Will the American people permit the narrow reactionary sectors that barely hold on to political power to implement their domestic and international agendas?

11 April, 2003

Whose Standards?

Michael Albert

So, which is it? Is history on a road to a worse past or on a road to a better future? Is democracy coming to the USA…real democracy, for the first time? Or fascism?


18 March, 2003

Support Our Troops

Michael Albert

If war does come, I intend to reply to the demand to support our troops by saying that yes, I too 'support our troops.'


13 October, 2002

Iraq On The Verge Of War

Michael Albert

Frequently asked questions and answers on the proposed 'war on Iraq'


07 October, 2002

'Saddam: Less Of A Danger Now Than Before 911' - II

Michael Albert

Concluding part of wide-ranging Znet interview on the US Warplans


09 September, 2002

'Saddam: Less Of A Danger Now Than Before 911'

Michael Albert

Various questions are circulating among people worried about war and the imminent attack on Iraq. On Aug 29, 2002, Michael Albert of Znet put a dozen of these to Noam Chomsky, via email.


22 May, 2002

What Did Bush Know, When?

Michael Albert

The above question screams from mainstream newspapers. It froths from liberals' lips. What troubles me more, however, is that some leftists also find it important.


08 February, 2002

When The Ship Comes In, Democracy Is Coming To The USA

Michael Albert

While the media was full of the World Economic Forum at New York, a far more important event took place in Porto Alegre, Brazil -- the third World Social Forum.


16 November, 2001

More Q & A: On Terror And War

Michael Albert

Some of the questions that critics of war and peace activists are getting asked with increasing vehemence...


25 October, 2001

Replying to Hitchens

Michael Albert

Hitchens' claim that Chomsky, as well as Howard Zinn and Norman Finkelstein justified the terror was scurrilous and, of course, unsubstantiated since no substantiation was possible.


22 October, 2001

What's So Complex About It?

Michael Albert

Even with this massive media obfuscation, which says volumes about our society, how hard is this war to comprehend, supposing one actually tries to comprehend it?


08 October, 2001

Opening Shots…

Michael Albert

No one has much clarity, as yet, about today's events. In coming days we will have both coverage and analysis. We know a little, only, at this time.


02 October, 2001

'Beyond Truisms'

Michael Albert

Michael Albert of Zmag interviews Chomsky: "I sent six questions to Noam Chomsky. His answers, by e-mail..."


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Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amrinder Singh submits his resignation to Governor Banwarilal Purohit at the Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh.

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Bharatiya Kisan Union national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait addresses a public meeting of farmers at banda town in Shahjahanpur district.

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Congress senior leader Ajay Makan along with Harish Rawat and Navjot Singh Sidhu brief the media after the CLP Meeting was over at Punjab Bhawan in Chandigarh.

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah seeks blessings from Acharya Vidyasagar ji Maharaj in Jabalpur.

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi attends Drishti 2021 National Executive Meeting of the Social Media Department, in New Delhi.

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