Articles by Nikolas Kozloff
We found 7 results.
What’s Behind Obama’s New Military Base In Chile?
Nikolas Kozloff – Al Jazeera, 4 Jun 2012
The construction of a new US military base in Chile has some locals worrying – and wondering what it’s for. Obama has been even more militaristic than predecessor George Bush. In particular, he has been quietly constructing American bases in the remote Southern Cone. It’s an intriguing news story which has received scant attention in the US media, much less the so-called progressive media.→ read full article
Time for OWS to Embrace the Co-Op Movement?
Nikolas Kozloff & Joe Holtz – Al Jazeera, 21 Nov 2011
Are Americans finally to the point where they are tired of corporations owning everything?→ read full article
‘Occupy’: A Path to Non-Violent Revolution?
Nikolas Kozloff – Al Jazeera, 31 Oct 2011
In setting up their own self-governing community, protesters echo sentiments from the Seattle general strike in 1919.→ read full article
WikiLeaks Cables: The Great Equaliser in Peru
Nikolas Kozloff – Al Jazeera, 6 Jun 2011
Choosing between Peruvian presidential candidates Keiko and Humala has been described as opting between cancer and AIDS.→ read full article
WikiLeaks: Great Power Rivalry at the UN
Nikolas Kozloff – Al Jazeera, 18 Apr 2011
The UN Security Council is in desperate need for reform, and Brazil is leading the charge – Few would argue that the United Nations Security Council, which has long been dominated by five powers including the United States, China, France, the United Kingdom and Russia, would not benefit from some degree of democratic reform. Indeed, it can hardly be said that the United Nations, which was originally set up in 1945, truly reflects a more diverse 21st century world.→ read full article
MIDDLE EASTERN AND LATIN AMERICAN MEDIA A THORN IN THE SIDE OF THE U.S. MILITARY IN HAITI
Nikolas Kozloff – The Huffington Post, 26 Jan 2010
Watch the U.S. media and its coverage of the crisis in Haiti, and you get the impression that Washington is a benevolent power doing its utmost to help with emergency relief in the Caribbean island nation. But tune into al-Jazeera English or South American news network Telesur and you come away with a very different […]→ read full article
ZELAYA, NEGROPONTE AND THE CONTROVERSY AT SOTO CANO
Nikolas Kozloff, 23 Jul 2009
The Coup and the U.S. Airbase in Honduras The mainstream media has once again dropped the ball on a key aspect of the ongoing story in Honduras: the U.S. airbase at Soto Cano, also known as Palmerola. Prior to the recent military coup d’etat President Manuel Zelaya declared that he would turn the base into […]→ read full article