Alexander Zaitchik co-founded Freezerbox in 1998. He has reported from more than a dozen countries for publications such as the International Herald Tribune, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Wired, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Believer, and many others. He lives in New York City.
Al Qaeda finally goes for the jugular.
03.05.2006 | POLITICS
Maoists, misery and mayhem in modern India.
01.20.2006 | POLITICS
Pin the Tail on the Eco-Disaster
Ditch the donkey, break out the globe.
11.14.2005 | ENVIRONMENT
Remembering E. F. Schumacher in the age of Peak Oil.
10.20.2005 | ENVIRONMENT
Occupation, not Koran, Mandates Suicide Bombing
Plus, we can rest easy: Rumsfeld shoots down London bombing-Iraq link.
08.17.2005 | POLITICS
Here Comes the Sun
A quarterly climate-change screed.
08.03.2005 | ENVIRONMENT
Last Best Chance
A nuclear 9/11 isn't inevitable, but apathy isn't helping the odds.
06.25.2005 | POLITICS
Kyoto Fried Chicken
Global Warming and the politics of sleep.
03.02.2005 | ENVIRONMENT
It's the Pipelines, Stupid
How to bring down a giant, one blood vessel at a time.
01.31.2005 | POLITICS
Occupation Is Hell
Whores and hajis in the new Iraq, Christain Parenti reporting.
01.12.2005 | BOOKS
Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the Long-Rod Penetrator.
01.12.2005 | POLITICS
Did Jesus Wear Birkenstocks?
Conservative evangelical Christians are getting worried about the fate of God's creation. Can the greening of the GOP base happen fast enough to derail the party's scorched-earth plans for Bush II?
12.23.2004 | ENVIRONMENT
Chain of Command
Seymour Hersh examines what most Americans have already swept under the rug.
11.08.2004 | BOOKS
Counting down to November 2 in southwestern Wisconsin.
11.01.2004 | POLITICS
Capture the Flag
Can the GOP protect the national-security lie until November?
09.29.2004 | POLITICS
The Illustrator at War
Talking politics with illustrator Steve Brodner.
09.01.2004 | CULTURE
50 Years of Dissent
Half a century after its founding, a look back at the measured dissent of Dissent quarterly.
08.24.2004 | BOOKS
The Slumbering Ranks
We know there's soldier depression and anger in Iraq--so where's the dissent?
08.01.2004 | POLITICS
The most in-depth look yet at the threat of nuclear terrorism keeps one eye nervously on the prize.
07.31.2004 | BOOKS
Through Different Eyes
Al Jazeera like you've never seen it before.
05.21.2004 | FILM