Tom Engelhardt delivers a personal reminder of just how long the US has been on Donald Trump’s road in an American world now teetering at the edge of who knows what.
Donald Trump has put a stop to democracy promotion. Will democracy put a stop to Trump?
Global competition, heightened interventions by regional actors and increased local domestic instability have changed the calculus of what will best serve US interests in the Middle East and North Africa.
Tom Engelhardt looks at what has happened to the US since it became the lone superpower on planet Earth in 1991.
The actions targeted by Russiagate enthusiasts as manipulation are little more than the logical fulfilment of the “American way.”
The media yawned at the revelation that Trump secretly gave the CIA a blank check for operations of cyber sabotage.
The US does not have the luxury of electoral neglect this time around.
The world has taken a turn that many of us didn’t expect — from America’s forever wars to a president who might refuse to leave office.
It is a shame that willful ignorance is so common and so misunderstood as the root of much of what separates us.
With Biden’s lead in the polls growing, pundits wonder what radical steps Trump may take to reverse the trend.
America’s present government is literally draining the life from the land.
It’s not Washington and Lincoln who Trump imagines himself in the footsteps of — it’s Xi and Putin.
For a nation that has always focused on the present and future and neglected the past, a debate is now raging about defending something long considered unimportant.
To avoid confirming Trump’s stance on Israeli annexations, Kellyanne Conway explains the president’s deep understanding of the history of the Middle East.