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Noam Chomsky

The Path To Disaster

Jun 04, 2013 Noam Chomsky

We've had the capacity to destroy ourselves since 1945. But there are more long-term processes like environmental destruction leading in the same direction...

'The Yearning For Democracy Is A Bad Joke'

Feb 04, 2013 David Barsamian

'The principle on which the international system is based is that the United States is entitled to use force at will. To talk about the United States violating international law or something like that is amazingly naive, completely silly.'


See No Evil

How did genocide denial become a doctrine of the internationalist left?

Plutonomy And The Precariat

May 10, 2012 Noam Chomsky

Or, in the imagery of the Occupy movement, the 1% and the 99%. Not literal numbers, but the right picture.


The Real Meaning Of May Day

People seem to know about May Day everywhere except where it began, here in the United States of America. That’s because those in power have done everything they can to erase its real meaning.

17 April, 2012

'Violent Suppression Of Protest'

Noam Chomsky

Letter to the PM protesting against the developments in West Bengal — arrest of Dr. Partho Sarothi Roy, a young molecular biologist, and the treatment meted out to Professor Ambikash Mahapatra


15 February, 2012

The Imperial Way

Noam Chomsky

American Decline in Perspective, Part 2: The capacity to implement the principles of imperial domination has markedly declined as power has become more broadly distributed in a diversifying world.


14 February, 2012

Losing The World

Noam Chomsky

American decline is real, but despite the piteous laments, the U.S. remains the world dominant power by a large margin, and no competitor is in sight, not only in the military dimension, in which of course the U.S. reigns supreme. Part I


10 February, 2012

Anniversaries From "Unhistory"

Noam Chomsky

Right now we are failing to commemorate an event of great human significance: the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s decision to launch the direct invasion of South Vietnam


07 November, 2011

Revolutionary Pacifism

Noam Chomsky

Can we proceed to at least limit the "scourge of war" that the United Nations was founded to "save succeeding generations from"? Can there be peace without justice?


03 November, 2011

That 70s Show

Noam Chomsky

'The 1970s set off a kind of a vicious cycle that led to a concentration of wealth increasingly in the hands of the financial sector, which doesn’t benefit the economy... What’s being played out for the last 30 years is actually a kind of a nightmare


06 September, 2011

Was There An Alternative?

Noam Chomsky

Looking Back on 9/11 a Decade Later: how the US consistently played into bin Laden's hands. What should it have done after 9/11? Was there another way?


09 August, 2011

America In Decline

Noam Chomsky

For the public, the primary domestic concern is unemployment. For financial institutions the primary concern is the deficit. Therefore, only the deficit is under discussion.


21 April, 2011

Everything Is Under Control...

Noam Chomsky

As long as the general population is passive, apathetic, diverted to consumerism or hatred of the vulnerable, then the powerful can do as they please, and those who survive will be left to contemplate the outcome.


20 October, 2010

The Right To Think

Noam Chomsky

Even more fundamental than the right of free expression is the right to think. And even unacceptable thought, without the added crime of expression, has not gone unchallenged


20 October, 2010

Quo Vadis

Noam Chomsky

It was not until the 1960s that the US courts took a strong stand protecting freedom of speech under the pressure of the civil rights movement and other activism. With the decline of activism, the rights are being eroded


13 July, 2010

The Persian Puzzle

Noam Chomsky

India is once again talking of its independent relationship with Iran. What is going on with the American policy in the region and what exactly is the Iranian threat?


28 May, 2010

Hallelujah, The World Is Against Us!

Uri Avnery

No one suggests that Chomsky supports terrorism or is coming to spy. His entry was denied solely because of his views.


Photo Gallery

Bajrang Dal members stage a protest against the recent killings of Hindus and vandalism of a Durga idol by miscreants in Bangladesh, at Krishnanagar in Nadia.

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Visually impaired make 'diyas' for the upcoming Diwali festival, inside Andh Kanya Prakash Gruh in Ahmedabad.

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Farmers ride tractors as they move towards a protest site during an agitation against Noida authority, in Noida.

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Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi addresses media persons after a cabinet meeting in Chandigarh.

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Kutumba Surakshya Mission NGO members protest against the recent killing of Hindus and vandalism of Durga idol in puja pandal by miscreants in Bangladesh, in front of the office of the Assistant High Commissioner of...

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Rising Challenges Of Plagiarism In The Era Of Online Education

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Vaccine Mandates Harm Long-Term Public Health

One can be pro-religion, but against coerced religion; one can be pro-vaccines, but against coercion and mandates

Sep 12, 2021 Kameswari Chebrolu