Latest articles by Daniel Lazare
Coronavirus and the political organism
There is now a hole where a superpower used to be, writes Daniel Lazare
Democracy is central
In the wake of Bernie Sanders’ withdrawal, Daniel Lazare responds to recent contributions
An empire unravelling
Daniel Lazare believes that Covid-19 could mean the end for the USA in its current form
The great Bernie bust
It is now all but certain that Joe Biden will be the Democratic candidate, writes Daniel Lazare.
Subordinate to the bourgeoisie
It is true that Sanders is mobilising the working class, writes Daniel Lazare. But for what?
Daniel Lazare looks at America’s primitive constitution, the Sanders surge and asks ... ‘what if’.
Stronger than ever
While it is good that Trump was acquitted, writes Daniel Lazare, the slide into authoritarianism is now set to continue.
America, the robotic
Daniel Lazare examines the role of a reactionary constitution in the battle over Trump’s impeachment.
Fury, frustration and volatility
Daniel Lazare examines the dilemmas, contradictions and warmongering of US imperialism.
Russia, Russia, Russia …
The Democrats’ campaign for Trump’s impeachment is a symptom of a sea change, writes Daniel Lazare.
Most dangerous woman in America?
Daniel Lazare considers the role of Fiona Hill in the anti-Trump impeachment campaign.
Abolish the filibuster
The constitution of the United States is designed to thwart democracy, observes Dan Lazare.
Russiagate and what it says about America
The US is in decline, writes Daniel Lazare, and making matters worse it is saddled with an antiquated constitution.