Connections to Today

How ‘Watchmen’s’ misunderstanding of Vietnam undercuts its vision of racism

In this op-ed, Viet Thanh Nguyen writes about how the show's handling of the American war in Vietnam and its Vietnamese characters reveal a failure to address the racist underpinnings of imperialism. Published December 18, 2019, in the PostEverything Perspectives...
The Liberal Embrace of War

The Liberal Embrace of War

Photo: An anti-government protester dressed as Lady Liberty, wearing the colors of Venezuela's flag, hugs a fellow protester during a demonstration near La Carlota airbase in Caracas, Venezuela....

The Legacy of Agent Orange

The Legacy of Agent Orange

Producer/Director:  Gloria Messer. Producer/Host: Heather Wokusch. An original series on the Manhattan Neighborhood...

49 Years Ago…

49 Years Ago…

49 years ago today (8/19/1968), 32 FBI agents, Federal Marshals, and Border Patrol officers, backed up by 100 local...

Grim Lessons from a Faraway War

Grim Lessons from a Faraway War

This article originally appeared at consortiumnews.com. By Don North The Battle of Hue in 1968 – the climactic clash...