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United States of America

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The questions of US imperialism, economic hegemony and corporate control of the world’s resources are the subject of massive popular discussion in a time of escalating conflict, inequality and deepening economic recession. Following the mass public mobilisation during the Obama election campaign, the US government is placed in a role of critical responsibility and must now lead the way in fostering greater international cooperation. 

Latest Articles

The End of Arrogance: America Loses Its Dominant Economic Role

A banking crisis is upending American dominance of the financial markets and world politics. The industrialized countries are sliding into recession, the era of turbo-capitalism is coming to an end and US military might is ebbing. Still, is this the time to gloat? By Spiegel.

Toward a New American Isolationism

What Asia, like the rest of the world, needs is a vacation from a messianic United States -  and the aim of civil society mobilization both in Asia and globally should be to encourage a new American isolationism, argues Walden Bello.

The Politics of Avoidance

Today multinational corporations are more powerful then ever, especially over workers and the government - and politics is more about avoiding this central topic than ever before, says Ralph Nader.

The Magic Pudding

Why is the US government still pouring billions into missile defence?  The answer is in the question: the programme persists because it doesn’t work, writes George Monbiot.

The Plot Against Liberal America

In its pursuit of a free-market utopia, the US right tried to crush unions, the legal profession and all the pillars of the left. It will not stop there, warns Thomas Frank.

Obama and the Illusion of Leadership

We praise the charismatic American candidate and damn our prime minister, but neither holds sway on what rules our lives, writes Jeremy Seabrook.

Blame the Dollar

As America struggles to avoid recession, the world economic order appears to be heading for a drastic overhaul - creating pressure for world leaders to ditch the fast-declining U.S. dollar, writes Massoud Hedeshi.

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