A Slight RiskMay 2016
An American pregnancy in Manila.
Bodies of RevolutionMarch 2016
Female leaders from around the globe trade notes on building a new women’s solidarity movement.
Slow BurnJanuary 2016
The Philippine cinema pioneer on why films are “the greatest mirror of humanity’s struggle.”
Richard Falk: Change v. Continuity in the PhilippinesMarch 2015
On returning to the Philippines, the Marcos family, and “reconciliation without truth.”
Michael Klare: Powder Keg in the PacificJanuary 2013
Will China-Japan-U.S. tensions in the Pacific ignite a conflict and sink the global economy?
Tom Engelhardt: Monopolizing War?September 2012
War has become a sort of American monopoly--but the American people don't seem to know, or care.
I stare at the ground imagining I am one of the condemned, what it felt like to have my fingernails torn off. I clench my fists tight and brace myself for the pain, wishing I was off this wretched island, wishing I was home.