Vijay Prashad

Vijay Prashad is an Indian historian, editor and journalist. He is a writing fellow and chief correspondent at Globetrotter, a project of the Independent Media Institute. He is the chief editor of LeftWord Books and the director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. He has written more than twenty books, including The Darker Nations: A People’s History of the Third World (The New Press, 2007), The Poorer Nations: A Possible History of the Global South (Verso, 2013), The Death of the Nation and the Future of the Arab Revolution (University of California Press, 2016) and Red Star Over the Third World (LeftWord, 2017). He writes regularly for Frontline, the Hindu, Newsclick, AlterNet and BirGün.

Libya’s incoming strongman Haftar will send the oil out to Europe—and keep its migrants in Vijay Prashad
The people of Palestine are on the march Vijay Prashad
Venezuela’s future depends on China and Russia Vijay Prashad
Will the U.S. put sanctions on every country that doesn’t bend to its will? Vijay Prashad
Notes from the streets of Venezuela — the people are resilient in the face of foreign intervention Vijay Prashad
How the U.S. is strangling Haiti as it attempts regime change in Venezuela Vijay Prashad
Why does the United States want to overthrow the government of Venezuela? Vijay Prashad
Disaster capitalism in Brazil: Mining greed produces a horrific death toll Vijay Prashad
How today’s crisis in the Congo began Vijay Prashad
The U.S. 12-step method to conduct regime change Vijay Prashad
Reality is starting to creep into the billionaire Oasis of Davos Vijay Prashad
America has its gunsights on Venezuela Vijay Prashad
Here’s what a real strike looks like: 150 million say no to despotism in India Vijay Prashad
The Cuban revolution, 60 years on Vijay Prashad
Yemen crisis isn't over: War-torn nation remains on the precipice of a large-scale famine Vijay Prashad