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Decolonization Displaces Neoliberalism in Bolivia

In the central interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia is the unceded territory of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation. A corporate entity, Coastal GasLink (CGL), abetted by colonial-government structures, is preparing to lay a…

Book Review: The Five Hundred Year Rebellion

The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous Movements and the Decolonization of History in Bolivia After centuries of colonial domination and a twentieth century riddled with dictatorships, indigenous peoples in Bolivia embarked upon a…

Book Review: Getting Rich Without Capitalism

The “lens” in which we view the world is important. The “lens” is a simplistic term for describing our worldview, our analysis, and perhaps our ideology, in which we interpret an event, a relationship, or a situation. We all have a lens…

Book Review: Palestine and Rule of Power

Palestine And Rule Of Power: Local Dissent vs. International Governance Edited by Alaa Tartir and Timothy Seidel Palgrave Macmillan, Middle East Today Series, 1st ed. 2019 252 pages, US$ 85

Shithole Countries: Made in the USA

In two years, the world has become accustomed to being shocked by the words and actions of United States President Donald Trump. In January of this year, he again showed his lack of diplomacy, tack and common decency, when he referred to…

Book Review: 9/11 Mass Murder Mystery

Nick Kollerstrom is a formidable name in the field of political journalism and alternative historical research. In 2009 he published the definitive book on the London bombings, Terror on the Tube: Behind the Veil of 7/7; in 2016 he released…