Latest Works by Vijay Prashad - March 30, 2018

Submitted by admin on Fri, 03/30/2018 - 19:18
Prashad at the site in Sao Paulo of the assassination of Carlos Marighella (1911-1969)
Prashad at the site in São Paulo of the assassination of Carlos Marighella (1911-1969)



Leftist Caravan in Brazil Threatens Its Ruling Billionaire Class - Alternet

Trump and his tariffs - Frontline

Will Europe Put New Sanctions on Iran to Placate the United States? - Newsclick

Working Document 1: In the Ruins of the Present - Tricontinental recommended

In the Ruins of the Present: Neoliberalism and Cruel Populism Suffocate the Future


'Vijay Prashad is a charismatic speaker and writer who helps his audience find their political and ethical coordinates in a rapidly changing world. His accessible, jargon-free prose and clearly articulated ideas shed light on the workings of economic policy, race, and imperialism that shapes the lives of many people. He makes the obscure, fathomable and emphasizes the urgency of people’s engagement with ideas, institutions, and politics to bring about progressive transformation in the world. Many will also appreciate his commitment to optimism and refusal to be pessimistic despite the Ruins of

In the Ruins of the Present: Neoliberalism has failed.. admin Sat, 02/25/2017 - 07:36

'In the Ruins of the Present: Neoliberalism has failed, cruel populism has us by the throat.'

Vijay Prashad Lecture, Friday March 3rd at 3:30pm (free and open to the public)

CIE (The Center for International Education), University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

UWM Library, 4 th Floor Conference Center, 2311 East Hartford Avenue, Milwaukee, WI

No Nos Callarán (We Will Not Be Silenced) admin Fri, 09/02/2016 - 09:36


Dear Friends,

Today, as dawn breaks, over a hundred million - perhaps as many as 150 million - Indian workers will be on strike. What is this strike about? It is for workplace democracy and against the neo-liberal policy slate which is eviscerating their ability to live. This is a joint trade union strike, part of a wave that began in 2008. The message to the Indian bosses is loud and clear: workers are not subordinate, prone to the policies of the Washington Consensus.

In Alternet, I have a speculative essay - indebted to Fanon - which starts with the question