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Maximilian C. Forte is a professor of anthropology in Montreal, Canada. He teaches courses in the field of political anthropology dealing with “the new imperialism,” Indigenous resistance movements and philosophies, theories and histories of colonialism, and critiques of the mass media. Max is a founding member of Anthropologists for Justice and Peace. Visit him online at
NATO’s War on Libya and Africa By Maximilian Forte, September 22, 2014
Thirty Years After the U.S. Invasion of Grenada, the First Neoliberal War By Maximilian Forte, October 28, 2013
The Great Nothingness of Libya, Two Years After Muammar Gaddafi By Maximilian Forte, October 21, 2013
History Will Absolve Me: Fidel Castro, Sixty Years Later By Maximilian Forte, October 16, 2013
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Syria’s Chemical Weapons and UN Security Council Resolution 2118: Reality, Resolutions, Representations By Maximilian Forte, September 30, 2013
Deflating Empire: The Syrian Threat to the United States By Maximilian Forte, September 10, 2013
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Encircling Empire: Obama’s Scramble for Africa By Maximilian Forte, August 12, 2013
Bradley Manning and the Meaning of Bravery By Maximilian Forte, July 31, 2013
Getting It Right: Hugo Chávez and the “Arab Spring” By Maximilian Forte, April 16, 2013
Hugo Chávez Frías: An Unforgettable and Victorious Permanence By Maximilian Forte, March 11, 2013
Thoughtful, Respectful, and Progressive? Regarding the “Responsibility to Protect” By Maximilian Forte, February 25, 2013
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Libya: The Second Anniversary of a Bloody Coup By Maximilian Forte, February 18, 2013
NATO in Syria: The Cost of a “New Libya” By Maximilian Forte, January 24, 2013
Destroying Libya: A War for “Human Rights”? By Maximilian Forte, December 09, 2012
The Other Moral Squalor of U.S. Militarism By Maximilian Forte, November 28, 2012
GRTV: Libya: Race, Empire, and the Invention of Humanitarian Emergency By Maximilian Forte, October 24, 2012