Jeremy Brecher: The Biden Climate Plan: Part 1: What It Proposes

While the Biden plan is not as comprehensive as that proposed in the Democratic primaries by Jay Inslee or as radical as Bernie Sanders’, it has the potential to make very substantial reductions in GHG emissions while creating substantial numbers of climate jobs and a more equal society

Robert Freeman: The Economy Isn’t Working. That’s Exactly the Plan

Forty years ago, around 1980, the uber-wealthy decided they wanted to get their money out of the economy. So, they engineered a controlled demolition of the U.S. economy

Damian Carrington: World Is ‘Doubling Down’ on Fossil Fuels Despite Climate Crisis – UN Report

Production must fall by 6% a year to avoid ‘severe climate disruption’ but Covid-19 funding is supporting increases

Nicolas J.S. Davies: Eisenhower’s Ghost Haunts Biden’s Foreign Policy Team

Are Joe Biden, Tony Blinken and Jake Sullivan the kind of leaders to just say “No” to the Military-Industrial Complex and consign this cross of iron to the junkyard of history, where it belongs? We will find out very soon.

Eleanor Bader: Right-Wing Orgs Are Enlisting Students in Their War Against Campus Progressives

Groups like Campus Reform work hard to create the illusion that conservatives are a beleaguered minority on campuses

Vijay Prashad: We Are Grass. We Grow on Everything

Around 250 million people across India joined the general strike on 26 November, making it the largest strike in world history

Marcus Gilroy-Ware: The marketization of truth

As Trump continues to contest the validity of the US election, it’s time we look deeper at the causes of our post-truth malaise

Marjorie Cohn: Trump’s Support for Israel’s Killing of Iranian Scientist Could Lead to War

In the weeks remaining before Joe Biden’s inauguration, Donald Trump is taking actions — including aiding and abetting murder — to prevent his successor from pursuing diplomacy with Iran.

George Monbiot: Caught in the Crossfire

Brexit isn’t about Europe, and isn’t about the UK. It’s the outcome of a civil war within capitalism

The Wire Staff: Labour Unions’ Nationwide Strike: Near Total Shutdown in Bengal, Kerala

The strike, on the same day as farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo’ protest marches across north India, is also in solidarity with the farmers’ cause

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