Dean Baker’s thoughts on the new NAFTA agreement — which sounds a lot like the old NAFTA agreement.
Beginning in 2012, operatives used a federal PAC to target small-dollar donors, claiming they’d use the money to oppose Barack Obama. But that’s not what happened.
Dean Baker considers the failure of the 401 (k) to compensate for diminishing pensions.
Americans will spend more than $460B on prescription drugs in 2019. This could easily be reduced to $80B, so why don’t Democrats get with the program? Dean Baker writes.
In the wake of the Istanbul elections, how will Turkey’s ruling party respond? Neslihan Özgüneş considers the fate of political prisoners.
Pop stars and actors are political assets and Turkey’s ruling AKP party is losing them. Sevgi Yağmur Bulut reports.
Puerto Rico’s status as a mere colony of the US creates graft, greed and corruption that makes US advisers rich and citizens poor. Mark Weisbrot explains.