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Ben Norton is an investigative journalist and analyst. He is the founder and editor of Geopolitical Economy Report, and is based in Latin America. (Publicaciones en español aquí.)
Benjamín Norton es periodista y analista. Es fundador y editor de Geopolítica Económica (Geopolitical Economy Report en inglés), y vive en Latinoamérica. (Reports in English here.)
Radhika Desai is a professor in the Department of Political Studies and director of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group at the University of Manitoba. She is the convenor of the International Manifesto Group and the author of several books, most recently "Capitalism, Coronavirus and War: A Geopolitical Economy".
Junaid S. Ahmad teaches law, religion, and world politics and is the director of the Center for the Study of Islam and Decoloniality in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Elias Jabbour is associate professor of theory and policy of economic planning at Rio de Janeiro State University's School of Economics, and co-author of the book “Socialist Economic Development in the 21st Century: A Century after the Bolshevik Revolution” (Routledge, 2022).
Brian Mier is a journalist and geographer who has lived in Brazil for 26 years. He is co-editor of the independent news website Brasil Wire, and Brazil correspondent for TeleSur English's news program "From the South."
Becca Mohally Renk is originally from the US and has been living in Nicaragua since 2001, working in sustainable development with the Jubilee House Community (JHC) and its project the Center for Development in Central America (CDCA). The JHC-CDCA also works to educate visitors to Nicaragua, including through their hospitality and solidarity cultural center at Casa Benjamin Linder.
Calla Walsh is a co-chair of the National Network on Cuba, a coalition of organizations across the United States fighting to end the US war on Cuba.
Joe is a writer and activist from St. Louis, Missouri.
Antonio Camacho Negrón es un activista por la independencia de Puerto Rico y ex preso político. Nació en el municipio de Yauco y estudió en la Universidad de Puerto Rico. // Antonio Camacho Negrón is an activist for the independence of Puerto Rico and a former political prisoner. He was born in the province of Yauco and studied at the University of Puerto Rico.
Stansfield Smith is a Chicago-based writer and organizer with Chicago ALBA Solidarity.
Jake Kallio is a writer and anti-war activist based in Canada.
Abraham Marquez is a freelance writer from Inglewood, California and a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ). He is a 2021 USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism fellow, and writes about social movements, sports, politics, and immigration. You can follow him on Twitter at @AbeMarquez3.
Renate Bridenthal is a retired professor of history who taught at Brooklyn College from 1967 to 2001. She co-edited a widely used textbook on the history of women in Europe and has co-edited and co-authored many more books, including most recently The Hidden History of Crime, Corruption, and States (2013). She is also a long-time member of the editorial board of the academic journal Science & Society.
Leo Rowley is a writer and activist, focused on geopolitics, economics, and the machinations of empire. He lives with his two cats in the Pacific Northwest. You can follow him on Twitter at @bidetmarxman.
Antonio A. Camacho Camacho es abogado de derechos civiles. Antes de la abogacía, Antonio fue capitán de la Fuerza Aérea de Estados Unidos y es veterano de la guerra de Irak. Antonio twitea desde @ohcamaca. // Antonio A. Camacho Camacho is a civil rights attorney. Before working in law, Antonio was a captain in the US Air Force, and he is a veteran of the Iraq War. Antonio tweets at @ohcamaca.
Sevim Dağdelen has been a member of the German Bundestag since 2005. She is the spokeswoman for the Die Linke (Left Party) parliamentary group on the Bundestag’s Committee on Foreign Affairs, a deputy member of the Defense Committee, and spokeswoman for international policy and disarmament. From 2017 to 2020, she served on the executive committee of the Left Party parliamentary group as vice chair.
Leonardo Flores is a Venezuelan political analyst and Latin America campaign coordinator with CODEPINK. // Leonardo Flores es un analista político venezolano y coordinador de la campaña para América Latina de CODEPINK.
Yuliy Dubovyk is a Ukrainian-American immigrant, community organizer, and peace activist.
Michael Hudson is president of the Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends (ISLET), a Wall Street financial analyst, and distinguished research professor of economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. He is the author of many books, including "Super Imperialism," "...And Forgive Them Their Debts," and "Killing the Host." You can follow his work at Michael-Hudson.com.
Jimmy Zúñiga Wallace is a Costa Rican writer, polyglot, and political activist. He blogs at JimmyZunigaW.substack.com.
Abdul Jabbar, Ph.D., is emeritus professor of interdisciplinary studies, English, and world literature at City College of San Francisco. He is the author of several books, including "Not of an Age, but for All Time: Revolutionary Humanism in Iqbal, Manto, and Faiz" (2021).
João is a scholar originally from Brazil, where he studied engineering and then economics at the Universidade de São Paulo. During the upheavals of the financial crisis, he worked as an investment banker and then founded a company that produced and promoted art and culture. In 2013, he emigrated to Germany, studied philosophy and culture, and earned a doctorate in philosophy. His research focuses on the critique of capitalism.
Carlos Martinez is an independent researcher and political activist from London, Britain. His first book, The End of the Beginning: Lessons of the Soviet Collapse, was published in 2019 by LeftWord Books. His main area of research is the construction of socialist societies, past and present. He is a co-editor of Friends of Socialist China and co-founder of No Cold War.
Amar Ahmad is from Massachusetts and has organized around peace and justice issues.
Lee Foulkes is a journalist and educator who taught history, government, economics, and journalism for 18 years in the United States. He now lives in Trujillo, Peru, where he is a professor of English. He teaches classes at openbookhistory.org.
Robert Skvarla is a freelance writer and researcher based in Philadelphia. You can follow him on Twitter at @RobertSkvarla..
Doug Rooney is a Lecturer in English Language and Literature at the Capital University of Economics and Business (CUEB) in Beijing. He is also the co-host of the history podcast "Speaking to the Dead", and a writer of both fiction and non-fiction. You can follow him on Twitter at @Doug_Rooney.
Esteban Almiron is an Argentine developer, designer, and activist.
Maria Páez Victor, Ph.D., is a Venezuelan sociologist who lives in Canada. She has 20 years national and international experience in policy analysis and environmental assessment.
Tara Alami is a Palestinian writer and organizer from occupied Jerusalem and occupied Yafa, currently based in Tiohtiá:ke (Montreal).
Helyeh Doutaghi is a Muslim-settler, organizer, and a doctoral candidate in Law and Legal Studies at Carleton University.
Mark Weisbrot is co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan. He is author of the book Failed: What the “Experts” Got Wrong About the Global Economy and co-author with Dean Baker of Social Security: The Phony Crisis, and has written numerous research papers on economic policy.
Dr. Jenny Clegg is a researcher and author specialising in China and Asia Pacific affairs. Her book "China’s Global Strategy: Towards a Multipolar World" was published by Pluto Press. She is a longtime peace activist.
Michael "Mick" Dunford is emeritus professor at University of Sussex's School of Global Studies and a visiting professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research.
Nina Farnia is an Assistant Professor at Albany Law School, legal historian, and scholar of Critical Race Theory.
Corinna Mullin is an organizer and professor of political science and political economy at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Brooklyn College-CUNY in New York.
Ann Pettifor is a political economist and the director of PRIME (Policy Research in Macroeconomics). She is the author of several books, including The Production of Money, The Case for the Green New Deal, and The Coming First World Debt Crisis, which predicted the 2008 crash.