Only an alternative based on a drastically changed US foreign policy, bound to some type of global framework for mutual benefits amongst all people, would prevent the current destabilization from becoming yet a new global order based in the rule of the many by the few.
Tags: US presidential elections
A model of democracy?
By RENAN ORTIZ
Servants and Masters: The Special Interests Won Again
By PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS Counterpunch The election that was supposed to be too close to call turned out not to be so close after all. In my opinion, Obama won for two reasons: (1) Obama is non-threatening and inclusive, whereas Romney exuded a “us vs. them” impression that many found threatening, and (2) the election…
Obama reelection, is there a glimmer of hope?
By BENJIE OLIVEROS
For a US president who was propelled to the White House in 2008 with the largest margin in both popular and electoral votes in 12 years, his struggle for reelection is a revelation.