What’s next in Egypt: first Mubarak, then the military?

Slate ran this piece in December deftly anticipating recent events in Egypt. As it makes clear, the removal of Mubarak…

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Democracy in Egypt under US backed Mubarak regime – No voters needed

Barnard College Professor Mona El-Ghobashy describes the tape linked below: “The defining image from 2010 [elections in Egypt] was a…

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State of The Union Objective: Jobs or Reelection?

Real News Network interviewed me on today’s state of the union speech. State of The Union: Objective Jobs or Reelection?.…

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Who really owns Hewlett-Packard?

Therese Poletti interviewed me recently on the board changes at HP. The new CEO and Chairman have now pushed four…

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“DeMaurice Smith Takes On the N.F.L. Owners”

The NY Times profile of new NFL union leader DeMaurice Smith indicates he is putting to work all the key…

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H-P’s new Board of Directors: rational shakeup or rehab for ousted executives?

So what is it about HP these days? It’s top management is looking more like a home for executives who…

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UAW leaders caught in dilemma

The UAW is starting out contract talks with the Big 3 auto companies in a defensive and paradoxical position. The…

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Fragile Pakistan a sacrifice to IMF?

The Financial Times published my letter today pointing out the absurdity that the IMF is pressing Pakistan to repay a…

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Law professors gather at AALS meeting in San Francisco, violating union boycott

Sadly, one of my professional associations, the Association of American Law Schools, decided to go ahead with its annual meeting…

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