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Entries by John Feffer from 11/2012

Obama's Second Term: A Real Pacific Pivot

| Posted 11.07.2012 | Green

East Asia increasingly serves as the engine driving the world economy, and its regional policies set the standards for the world. But two disturbing trends threaten to undo this Pacific Century.

Lucid Dreaming in Pancevo

| Posted 11.12.2012 | Arts

The most vivid reporting from Pancevo during the NATO bombing came from a cartoonist publishing under the pen name of Aleksandar Zograf. His weekly dispatches, Regards From Serbia, appeared in various magazines and websites, and were translated into several languages.

Obama: The Legacy Term?

| Posted 11.21.2012 | World

The United States, under Obama, is finally coming to terms with the fact that the world is multipolar.  The notion that one man -- or one country -- can change this multipolar world is fast becoming antiquated.

The New Bulgarian Left

| Posted 11.27.2012 | World

In the same way that the New Left in the United States distanced itself in the 1960s from the old-style Communist Party and its fellow travelers, this new left in Eastern Europe has taken pains to distinguish itself from the Communist Party politics of the Cold War era.