Michael Deib­ert is an author and jour­nal­ist whose work has appeared in the Guardian, the Wash­ing­ton Post, the Wall Street Jour­nal, the Mia­mi Her­ald, Le Monde diplo­ma­tique, Fol­ha de Sao Paulo and the World Pol­i­cy Jour­nal, among oth­er venues. He has been a fea­tured com­men­ta­tor on inter­na­tion­al affairs on the BBC, Al Jazeera, Chan­nel 4, France 24, Nation­al Pub­lic Radio, WNYC New York Pub­lic Radio and KPFK Paci­fi­ca Radio. He is the author of Haiti Will Not Per­ish: A Recent His­to­ry (Zed Books, 2017), In the Shad­ow of Saint Death: The Gulf Car­tel and the Price of Amer­i­ca’s Drug War in Mex­i­co (Lyons Press, 2014), The Demo­c­ra­t­ic Repub­lic of Con­go: Between Hope and Despair (Zed Books, 2013) and Notes from the Last Tes­ta­ment: The Strug­gle for Haiti (Sev­en Sto­ries Press, 2005). Fol­low him on Twit­ter at @michaelcdeibert.
How a Small City in Pennsylvania Became A White Nationalist Target
Energized by Trump, outright white supremacists are moving from the fringes into active roles in local Pennsylvania politics.
One Rural County’s Battle to Stop a Pipeline From Slicing Through Pennsylvania
Lancaster County, Penn. is rising up against the $3 billion Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline.