Noam Chomsky is Institute Professor and Professor of Linguistics (Emeritus) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the author of dozens of books on U.S. foreign policy. His most recent book is Who Rules the World? from Metropolitan Books.
Noam Chomsky: The Republican Party Is Becoming a Real Danger to Human Survival
Nuclear weapons, climate change, and the prospects for survival. MORE
Views · June 13, 2016
Noam Chomsky: The Consequences of Wielding a Sledgehammer Against All U.S. Enemies Around the World
A continuation of longtime activist and academic Noam Chomsky's essay, "Masters of Mankind," from his new book, Who Rules the World? MORE
Views · May 10, 2016
Noam Chomsky: Who Rules the World?
The longtime activist and academic gives a broad overview of the state of the rulers and resisters around the globe. MORE
Views · May 9, 2016
Noam Chomsky: The Real ‘Grave Threat’ to World Peace Isn’t Iran—It’s the U.S.
The longtime leftist intellectual on the absurdity of American opposition to the Iran deal. MORE
Features · August 20, 2015
Noam Chomsky: The Long, Shameful History of American Terrorism
President Obama should call our country's history of supporting insurgents abroad for what it is: U.S.-backed terrorism. MORE
Features · November 3, 2014
Noam Chomsky: Only One Thing Will Make Israel Change Course
Israel's brutalization of Palestinians through exercises like "mowing the lawn" will persist without a change in U.S. policy. MORE
Features · October 2, 2014
Noam Chomsky: The End of History?
The short, strange era of human civilization would appear to be drawing to a close. MORE
Features · September 4, 2014
For Gaza, ‘The Norm’ Is Devastating
With its latest offensive, Israel's objective is simple: to return to the status quo. MORE
Features · August 4, 2014
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