Noam Chomsky is Institute Professor & Professor of Linguistics (Emeritus) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the author of dozens of books on U.S. foreign policy. He writes a monthly column for The New York Times News Service/Syndicate.
Just Whose National Security?
The government's idea of protection seems awfully self-serving. MORE
Features · June 6, 2014
The Politics of Red Lines
Putin's takeover of Crimea scares U.S. leaders because it challenges America's global dominance. MORE
Features · May 1, 2014
Nuclear Weapons Won’t Keep Us Safe
The U.S. will spend an estimated $1 trillion on its nuclear arsenal in the next 30 years. And for what cause? MORE
Features · March 31, 2014
In Times of Government Surveillance, Whose ‘Security’ Is at Stake?
Officials claim the current state policy is necessary to preserve the public's well-being. MORE
Features · March 3, 2014
The Greatest Threat to World Peace
The United States polls higher than Pakistan, Iran and China as a perceived menace to peace. MORE
Features · February 5, 2014
A Brief History of Anarchism
The struggle for the common good has a long past. MORE
Features · January 9, 2014
The ‘Axis of Evil’ Returns
The hypocritical U.S. policy towards Iran. MORE
Features · December 4, 2013
America’s Going Rogue
The U.S. snubs treaties, obligations and universal principles. MORE
Features · November 6, 2013
The Obama Doctrine
What American exceptionalism and isolationism share. MORE
Features · October 9, 2013
Is Edward J. Snowden Aboard This Plane?
America's imperial power is on the decline, to the world's benefit. MORE
Features · August 2, 2013