John Feffer is an Open Society Fellow for 2012/13 and
the author of several books and numerous articles. He is currently on leave from Foreign Policy In Focus where he is co-director.
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Articles

-The Plague, Foreign Policy In Focus/The Nation

-Bombing the Caliphate, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Obama: Into Africa, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Is Obama Adrift in the World? Foreign Policy In Focus

-MH17: Cold War Replay? Foreign Policy In Focus

-Mowing the Lawn in Gaza, Foreign Policy In Focus

-When Government Breaks the Fourth Wall, Huffington Post

-To Die For, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Disrupting Hillary, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Is China’s Rise Still Peaceful? Hankyoreh

-Guys with Guns, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Deserts vs. Development in China, GlobalPost

-Europe’s Populist Reformation, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Participatory Totalitarianism, Foreign Policy In Focus/AlterNet

-Coup Fever, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Piketty in Elysium, Foreign Policy In Focus/The Nation

-The Three-War Doctrine, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Breaking the Rules, Hankyoreh

-Obama’s Half-Pivot to Asia, Inter Press Service

-Obama in the Funhouse, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Earth: Game Over, Foreign Policy In Focus

-World Cuts Back on Military Spending, But Not Asia, Inter Press Service

-It’s Our Party, Foreign Policy In Focus

-NATO on Viagra, Foreign Policy In Focus

-What the Crisis in Ukraine Means for Northeast Asia, Hankyoreh

-Asking the Hard Questions about Israel, Foreign Policy in Focus

-Brown Is the New Black, Foreign Policy In Focus

-If I Didn’t Have a Hammer, Foreign Policy In Focus

-My Strategic Impatience, Hankyoreh

-Who Are the People? Foreign Policy In Focus

- The Standoff in Ukraine (and also in Washingon), Inter Press Service

-Ukraine: The Clash of Partnerships, Foreign Policy In Focus/TheNation.com

-Ukraine: Out of the Frying Pan, Foreign Policy In Focus

-The Scandal of Syria, Foreign Policy In Focus

-The Greatest Threat to Europe, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Has Obama Already Forgotten about Asia? Hankyoreh

-Why North Korea Today Is Not East Germany 1989, Asan Institute for Policy Studies

-The Color Wars, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Asia: The Ghosts of 1914, Inter Press Service

-The Surveillance Blitz, Foreign Policy In Focus

-The Empire’s New Asian Clothes, TomDispatch

-Iraq: Revisiting the Pottery Barn Rule, Foreign Policy In Focus/TheNation.com

-NSA and TMI, Foreign Policy In Focus

-The World Without U.S., Foreign Policy In Focus

-Collapsism, Foreign Policy In Focus

-The Jellification of Politics, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Standing Up in Turkey, Hankyoreh

-American Politics Needs More Drama, Huffington Post

-Competitive Suffering, Hankyoreh

-Infantilizing North Korea, Hankyoreh

-The Real North Korea, Korean Quarterly

-Taking It to the Streets (in the GDR), Huffington Post

-The Paradoxes of the Pacific Pivot, Hankyoreh

-The Secret History of Yugoslavia, Foreign Policy In Focus

-The Velvet Divorce, Hankyoreh

-Eating History, Hankyoreh

-When Soft Power Fails, Hankyoreh

-Afghanistan: Avoiding Default, Foreign Policy In Focus

-North Korea’s Nuclear Theater, 38North

-Obama: The Legacy Term? Hankyoreh

-From Pacific Pivot to Green Revolution, Foreign Policy In Focus

-The Islamophobic Fringe, Hankyoreh

-Dumb and Dumber, TomDispatch

-North Korea and Disneyland, Hankyoreh

-South Korea: Stuck in the 20th Century? Inter Press Service

-The Limits of Information in North Korea, Hankyoreh

-Assad and His Droogs, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Guarding the Empire from Four Miles Up, Inter Press Service

-Frenemies, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Spying on the North, Hankyoreh

-America the Serial Killer, Foreign Policy In Focus

-Jeju Island: Paradise with a Dark Side, Washington Post

-Creating the Muslim Manchurian Candidate, TomDispatch

-Beyond the Golden Couples of Pyongyang, 38North

-Running Against Islam, Other Words

-Smart Mouth, Washington Post

-My Backlogged Pages, The New York Times

 

 

 

 

 


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Events

From Brain to Stage

Free workshop on writing for the theater

Knowledge Commons DC

Thursday, September 11, 2014

6 pm to 8 pm

Institute for Policy Studies
1112 16th St NW #600
Washington, DC

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Interviews

The Populist Reformation, Burt Cohen Show, June 17, 2014

The Pacific Pivot, Anti-War Radio, January 28, 2014

The Politician, Politico, July 11, 2013

North Korea’s Threats, Anti-War Radio, March 8, 2013

Islamophobia, Al-Jazeera (in Arabic), February 8, 2013

Google in North Korea, Russia Today, January 8, 2013

Obama’s foreign policy, Between the Lines, September 10, 2012

Tomcast interview about Obama’s “smart power,” September 6, 2012

Islamophobia, IslamiCommentary, September 5, 2012

Dexter and U.S. foreign policy, Russia Today, August 21, 2012

Politico interview about The Pundit, July 11, 2012

CSPAN BookTV presentation on Crusade 2.0, aired on May 26, 2012

On South China Sea dispute, Anti-War Radio, May 20, 2012

On North Korea, Asia Institute, May 15, 2012

The Pentagon’s Obesity Problem, CSPAN, May 14, 2012

Podcast interview on Islamophobia, Burt Cohen Show, April 12 2012

Creating the Muslim Manchurian Candidate, TomCast, March 29, 2012

Crusade 2.0, Religious Dispatches, March 29, 2012

Afghanistan, Tavis Smiley Show, March 16, 2012

Obama and Israel, Anti-War Radio, March 15, 2012

Are We Going to War with Iran? Burt Cohen Show, February 14, 2012

Republican Foreign Policy, Russia Today (in Arabic), January 12, 2012

The Road to Nomination, Al Jazeera, December 31, 2011

Transition in North Korea, New Left Project, December 30, 2012

On the Death of Kim Jong Il and Vaclav Havel, Anti-War Radio, December 24, 2011

On Iraq and North Korea, Coffee Party radio, December 20, 2011

Europe’s Economic Crisis, NPR’s Morning Edition, November 19, 2011

On Libya, Russia Today, October 12, 2011


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