Max Ajl is a doctoral student in development sociology at Cornell University and an editor at Jadaliyyah.
The Biggest Israel Aid Deal in History Will Bolster Occupation and the U.S. Defense Industry
A U.S. $38 billion aid package to Israel continues a special relationship of war profiteering.
From New York to the Arab Gulf, Challenging Global Capitalism to Build Worker Power
How U.S. and U.K. Media Are Trying Their Best To Push Nicolas Maduro and Venezuela Over the Edge
American political and media elites would love to see the leftist Venezuelan government go down just as Brazil's Workers' Party has.
Norman Finkelstein’s ‘The Holocaust Industry’ and the Fight To Make All Suffering Count
Finkelstein's book is a call for Jewish suffering to be seen as part of the larger history of suffering under colonialism.
Big Money, Small Farmers and the Stubborn Persistence of Hunger
We haven't yet found the answer to the persistent problem of hunger around the world. Maybe we should ask radical peasants in the global south.