Farewell, George Papandreou

Barnaby Phillips, Europe Journalist of Al Jazeera, has 20 years experience in television and radio journalism. Barnaby Phillips I was watching one of our old Al Jazeera reports the other night. It was… Continue reading

Noam Chomsky at Occupy Boston

Noam Chomsky speaks at Occupy Boston, Dewey Park/Rose Kennedy Gardens, 6PM, Saturday, October 22, 2011 as part of the Howard Zinn Memorial Lecture Series. Chomsky’s speech is followed by a brief Q &… Continue reading

Arab Monarchies: Surviving the Revolts

BARGAD EXCLUSIVE Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi is a commentator on Arab affairs. He tweets as @SultanAlQassemi. In the mid 20th century a majority of Arabs lived in monarchical states, some dating as far… Continue reading



Casualty of War and Truth: UK court Judgement on Julian Assange

WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange should be sent to Sweden from Britain to face questioning over alleged sex crimes, London’s high court ruled on Wednesday, rejecting his appeal against extradition. Swedish authorities want to… Continue reading

Occupy: The future?

John Terrett is a Washington-based correspondent for Al Jazeera English. Over the weekend police arrested dozens of Occupy Wall Street protesters in states as far apart as Colorado, Oregon, Texas and Tennessee, after… Continue reading

Report on Delhi Carnage of 1984 by PUDR & PUCL

Who are the Guilty ? Report of a joint inquiry into the causes and impact of the riots in Delhi from 31 October to 10 November 1984 People’s Union For Democratic Rights (PUDR)… Continue reading

गो हाथ को जुम्बिश नहीं, आंखों में तो दम है

चन्दन श्रीवास्तव  http://www.im4change.org से जुड़े हैं. उनके आलेख समय-समय पर पत्र-पत्रिकाओं में छपते रहते हैं. चन्दन से chandan@csds.in पर संपर्क किया जा सकता है. अख़बार के पन्नों पर लगातार सत्तर सालों तक चलने वाली कलम… Continue reading

The Marriage Between Capitalism And Democracy Is Over: Slavoj Zizek

From the Middle East to the streets of London and cities across the US there is a discontent with the status quo. Whether it is with the iron grip of entrenched governments or the… Continue reading

Frank Huzur’s Lahore Diary

BARGAD EXCLUSIVE Lahore Diary written in an Indian INK/ part-1 Frank Huzur is an author and independent journalist. His biography of Imran Khan, Imran Versus Imran: The Untold Story is published this year.… Continue reading

The Viability of Change in Pakistan

BARGAD EXCLUSIVE Bilal Khan, a writer from Lahore, Pakistan,  is  editor  of  The Social  Spectator, an online magazine. He can be reached at bkdiscourses@gmail.com. Empirical study of modern political systems across the globe,… Continue reading