A Different War in Gaza, and the War Ahead

November 29, 2012 8:48 pm Leave your thoughts

Ramzy Baroud writes, in life, some phenomena cannot be explained by ordinary logic or technical language, let alone official discourses. How did Gaza manage to fight back with such ferocity and undying vigour in quelling the latest Israeli war despite years of a bloody siege and one-sided war in 2008-9?

The Fat of the Land

November 28, 2012 12:00 am Leave your thoughts

The European Union's farm subsidies are a modern equivalent of feudal aid. As Europe suffers under austerity, it's right to call for reform, writes George Monbiot.

Mas means less

November 26, 2012 10:42 pm Leave your thoughts

LPJ Iberian correspondent, David Eade, provides a breakdown of the Catalan elections and discusses the implications the election results have for the issue of Catalan independence

Netanyahu’s High-stakes Game in Gaza: Same Time, Same Place

November 26, 2012 11:42 am Leave your thoughts

Many key phrases have been presented to explain Israel's latest military onslaught against Gaza, which left scores dead and wounded. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is flexing his muscles in preparation for the Israeli general elections in January, suggested some, writes Ramzy Baroud.