Tag: Noam Chomsky
Noam Chomsky: How Many Minutes to Midnight?August 2014
On the nuclear weapons era, or the true end of the beginning.
Noam Chomsky: Humanity ImperiledJune 2013
The path to disaster.
Noam Chomsky: The Paranoia of the Superrich and SuperpowerfulFebruary 2013
Washington’s dilemma on a 'lost' planet.
Noam Chomsky: The Week the World Stood StillOctober 2012
The Cuban Missile Crisis and ownership of the world.
Noam Chomsky: Destroying the CommonsJuly 2012
How the Magna Carta became a minor carta.
Noam Chomsky Comments on the “Kill List”June 2012
Guernica Editor in Chief Joel Whitney tracked down Noam Chomsky to get his opinion on the President's recently revealed 'kill list.'
Noam Chomsky: Plutonomy and the PrecariatMay 2012
On the history of the U.S. economy in decline.
Noam Chomsky: The Imperial WayFebruary 2012
American decline in perspective, part II.
Noam Chomsky: Hegemony and its DilemmasFebruary 2012
American decline in perspective, Part I.
Noam Chomsky: My Response to #OccupyWallStreetOctober 2011
With #OccupyWallStreet, the linguist and political critic sees a reason for hope that lies closer to home.
Noam Chomsky: Was There an Alternative?: Looking Back on 9/11 a Decade LaterSeptember 2011
|Osama bin Laden may be dead, but his American legacy lives on fiercely in Washington policy when it comes to surveillance, secrecy, war, and the national security state (as well as economic meltdown at home).|
Noam Chomsky: Public Education Under Massive Corporate Assault—What’s Next?August 2011
|Converting schools and universities into facilities that produce commodities for the job market, privatizing them, slashing their budgets—do we really want this future?|
Noam Chomsky: My Reaction to Osama bin Laden’s DeathMay 2011
We might ask ourselves how we would be reacting if Iraqi commandos landed at George W. Bush’s compound, assassinated him, and dumped his body in the Atlantic.
Noam Chomsky: Is the World Too Big to Fail?: The Contours of Global OrderApril 2011
|“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.”|
Chomsky UnpluggedMay 2010
Chomsky discusses the unpeople in Iraq, the U.S., and Latin America, clever uses of the internet and international solidarity, and the conversion of a liberal dove to a principled anti-warrior.
Joel Whitney: Noam Chomsky: The Point Stands—Nick Cohen is a Maniac Who Never Cites SourcesJanuary 2010
In asking Chomsky what I thought was a provocative challenge question, I’m afraid I gave Cohen too much credit.
Chomsky Half FullNovember 2009
The controversial critic of U.S. foreign policy discusses his forthcoming book, the hypocrisy of neoliberalism, where he feels hopeful about democracy despite U.S. terrorism, and his friendship—okay, passing acquaintance—with Hugo Chavez and other “pink tide” presidents.