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Entries by John Feffer from 02/2011

Two Cheers for the Brotherhood

| Posted 02.01.2011 | World

Since it's likely that the Muslim Brotherhood will play a key role in Egypt's post-Mubarak future, it's important to address this hysteria. The Brotherhood has moved on from its origins, even if the neocons have not.

The S Word: South Sudan and Secession

| Posted 02.08.2011 | World

A nation is like a marriage, or so Lenin imagined it to be, with each partner or province having a right to get out if things go horribly wrong. With so many post-Cold War precedents, you'd think secession wouldn't be dirty word today.

The Qosbi Show

| Posted 02.15.2011 | World

Foreign Policy In Focus received this response from an executive producer in Hollywood to a proposal we recently submitted.

No Taxation Without Demilitarization

| Posted 02.22.2011 | Politics

The left and right have come together to oppose U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Can a similar alliance be forged to reduce Pentagon spending?

Okinawans Continue to Resist in Takae

| Posted 02.25.2011 | World

Some animals should be endangered. Consider the V-22 Osprey. Although canceling the program would save the U.S. over $10 billion, the Osprey avoided the budget axe in the latest round of cuts on Capitol Hill.