Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky è considerato il più grande linguista vivente. Professore emerito di linguistica al Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A partire dagli anni sessanta, grazie alla sua forte presa di posizione contro la guerra del Vietnam e al suo notevole impegno politico e sociale, Chomsky si è affermato anche come intellettuale anarchico e socialista libertario]. La costante e acuta critica nei confronti della politica estera di diversi paesi e, in particolar modo, degli Stati Uniti, così come l'analisi del ruolo dei mass media nelle democrazie occidentali, lo hanno reso uno degli intellettuali più celebri e seguiti della sinistra radicale americana e mondiale.

Ukraine: Noam Chomsky’s outlook

Noam Chomsky interviewed by C.J. Polychroniou for Truthout Russia’s invasion of Ukraine took much of the world by surprise. It is an unprovoked and unjustified attack that will go down in history as one of the major war crimes of…

We are all ___ (fill in the blank)

Pressenza republishes the latest entry on Noam Chomsky’s website. The world reacted with horror to the murderous attack on the French satirical journal Charlie Hebdo. In the New York Times, veteran Europe correspondent Steven Erlanger graphically described the immediate aftermath,…

Noam Chomsky Lecture: Security and State Policy

Prof. Noam Chomsky delivered the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s 13th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future on February 28, 2014 in Santa Barbara, California. A leading principle of international relations theory is that the highest priority of states…

Noam Chomsky: A Roadmap to a Just World – People Reanimating Democracy

Transcript of Avram Noam Chomsky’s lecture: (Transcript of audio recording), Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum, Bonn, June 2013 Question from conference moderator at the end of the presentation: You have been very critical of the press. What would you like…

De-Americanizing the World

Noam Chomsky Truthout, November 5, 2013   During the latest episode of the Washington farce that has astonished a bemused world, a Chinese commentator wrote that if the United States cannot be a responsible member of the world system, perhaps…

Chomsky: Is this really a turning point in US Middle East Policy?

Chomsky continues writing for Pressenza in an article in which he reflects on the direction of US policy in the Middle East.

Noam Chomsky begins his collaboration at Pressenza Agency with his new article “The Torture Memos”

Pressenza announces Noam Chomsky, whom The New York Times Book Review has called “arguably the most important intellectual alive,” as a new featured columnist. In his inaugural article, the professor at the MIT and author of over a 100 books comments on the use of torture by the Bush administration to obtain evidence proving the connection between Al-Qaeda and Iraq within the greater historical context.