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Past articles by Naomi:

Ignoring Robert F Kennedy Jr is not an option

Given the strengths that Kennedy possesses as a candidate, we should expect him to continue to build momentum. Ignoring him is not an option → Read More

AI machines aren’t ‘hallucinating’. But their makers are

Tech CEOs want us to believe that generative AI will benefit humanity. They are kidding themselves → Read More

Greenwashing a police state: the truth behind Egypt’s Cop27 masquerade

The long read: Sisi’s Egypt is making a big show of solar panels and biodegradable straws ahead of next month’s climate summit – but in reality the regime imprisons activists and bans research. The climate movement should not play along → Read More

Holding the COP27 Summit in Egypt’s Police State Creates a Moral Crisis for the Climate Movement

The ongoing hunger strike of Egyptian political prisoner Alaa Abd El Fattah forcefully reminds us that there can be no meaningful climate action without political freedom. → Read More

The Supreme Court’s Shock-and-Awe Judicial Coup

The rolling judicial coup coming from this court is by no means over. → Read More

How to fight the climate crisis with Naomi Klein and Elizabeth Wathuti

No Logo author Naomi Klein will be in conversation with climate activist Elizabeth Wathuti. → Read More

Naomi Klein: how big tech helps India target climate activists

The long read: Companies such as Google and Facebook appear to be aiding and abetting a vicious government campaign against Indian environmental campaigners → Read More

India Targets Climate Activists With the Help of Big Tech

Tech giants like Google and Facebook appear to be aiding and abetting a vicious government campaign against Indian climate activists. → Read More

The Meaning of the Mittens: Five Possibilities

The symbolic power of Bernie’s old pair of mittens was the work of the “us” in “not me, us.” → Read More

Now We Have to Fight Trump’s Tin-Pot Coup — and Biden’s Worst Instincts

Republicans keep finding new ways to tell us that they don’t believe in democracy, and we should believe them. → Read More

We were told Joe Biden was the 'safe choice'. Why did he barely scrape through?

Biden was a risky candidate for the same reasons Hillary Clinton was a risky candidate. He scraped through by the skin of his teeth → Read More

Screen New Deal

Under Cover of Mass Death, Andrew Cuomo Calls in the Billionaires to Build a High-Tech Dystopia → Read More

Naomi Klein: How big tech plans to profit from the pandemic

The long read: As the coronavirus continues to kill thousands each day, tech companies are seizing the opportunity to extend their reach and power → Read More

Under Cover of Mass Death, Andrew Cuomo Calls in the Billionaires to Build a High-Tech Dystopia

Big tech’s emerging pandemic shock doctrine demands heavy public subsidies for a no-touch, socially distanced coronavirus future. → Read More

Coronavirus Capitalism — and How to Beat It

Governments around the world are busily exploiting the coronavirus crisis to push for no-strings-attached corporate bailouts and regulatory rollbacks. → Read More

The Realism of Bernie Sanders' Climate Policy

Sanders believes that as our economy rapidly shifts to renewable energy, power companies should be publicly owned and controlled, and the biggest polluters should help underwrite the costs. → Read More

How the Transformative Power of Solidarity Will Beat Trump

The message of the Sanders campaign increasingly sounds less like conventional electoral campaigning and more like old-school political organizing. → Read More

Deep Roots for the Coming Storms: Why We Deserve a President Bernie Sanders

The following is an unauthorized transcript of remarks made by author and activist Naomi Klein in Exeter, New Hampshire on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at a campaign rally for Sen. Bernie Sanders. In November of last year, Klein officially endorsed Sanders' primary bid to win the Democratic presidential nomination and now serves the campaign as a national surrogate. | By Naomi → Read More

Naomi Klein on how politics can solve the climate crisis

Activist and author Naomi Klein tells Anushka Asthana that combating the climate crisis must be at the heart of an urgent restructuring of politics and the economy. Plus: Daniel Trilling on the shocking discovery of 39 bodies inside a lorry in Essex → Read More

Only a Green New Deal Can Douse the Fires of Eco-Fascism

We have to confront the ways in which the fires of climate breakdown are already intersecting with white supremacy and surging xenophobia. → Read More