Greg Palast

Greg Palast

The Confidential Memo at the Heart of the Global Financial Crisis

Blowing the lid off of the conspiracy to impoverish the world.
Greg Palast
8.22.13
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'The Con' Is Leaving a Trail of Blood Across the Planet

Governments tell us that it will all be fine if we're well-behaved – and that's bullshit.
Greg Palast
8.9.13
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Why Doesn't Britain Join the African Union?

It shouldn't restrict its options to either Europe or loneliness.
Greg Palast
8.2.13
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Did Fabrice Tourre Really Create the Global Financial Crisis?

Surely a French yuppie couldn't do that all on his own.
Greg Palast
7.22.13
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When Journalism Fails, Try Poetry and Fiction

They might do a better job of actually changing the world.
Greg Palast
7.4.13
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The Drone Ranger: Obama’s Dirty Wars

Is the President making martyrs out of innocent teenagers?
Greg Palast
6.13.13
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China and the US Are at Nuclear War in Afghanistan

The race for uranium is heating up.
Greg Palast
6.7.13
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Blood for Uranium Is the Sequel to Blood for Oil

People are already dying over Niger's uranium mines.
Greg Palast
5.31.13
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I Upset My Least Favourite Big Fat Greek Minister

Theodoros Pangalos doesn't like it when you question him on his role in Greece's economic collapse.
Greg Palast
5.20.13
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A Novel Idea: Asking an Afghan About the Future of Afghanistan

The American military want the war against the Taliban to continue – but not everyone does.
Greg Palast
5.10.13
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Boston, Bombs and Borat: From Kazakhstan with Truth

Looking for the real story of the bombing on the Steppes.
Greg Palast
5.2.13
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Nicolas Maduro Did Not Steal the Venezuelan Election

Despite America's claims that he did.
Greg Palast
4.22.13
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