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Who’s Afraid of the International Criminal Court ?

Nicholas Mulder Mike Pompeo’s diplomatic sanctions against war-crimes investigators are consistent with Trump’s “America first” worldview. (...)

Letters From the April 8, 2019, Issue

Our Readers A question for “The Blob”… Generation climate strike… Endgame… The post Letters From the April 8, 2019, Issue appeared first on (...)

How the World Bank Can Stop Funding Disaster

Komala Ramachandra, Erika Lennon Now that the Supreme Court has ruled the World Bank can be sued, what’s next for the organization? The (...)

Making Nuclear Weapons Menacing Again

Michael T. Klare The Pentagon plan to overhaul the US nuclear arsenal is as costly as it is dangerous. The post Making Nuclear Weapons (...)

The Cold War Ides of March

Stephen F. Cohen US Cold Warriors escalate toward actual war with Russia. The post The Cold War Ides of March appeared first on The (...)

Death From Above : US Air Strikes in Somalia Could Constitute ‘War (...)

Amanda Sperber An Amnesty International report confirms that US strikes are killing civilians. The post Death From Above: US Air (...)

America’s Generals Have Learned Nothing From Our Failed (...)

William Astore The senior officials responsible for our military failures are guiding us to more of the same. The post America’s (...)

United Snakes of America

Eneko Las Heras What’s the aim of US policy in Venezuela? The post United Snakes of America appeared first on The (...)

Even a Vacuous Mueller Report Won’t End ‘Russiagate’

Stephen F. Cohen Too many reputations and other interests are vested in the legend for it to vanish from American politics anytime (...)

Letters From the April 1, 2019, Issue

Our Readers The post Letters From the April 1, 2019, Issue appeared first on The Nation.

The Ilhan Omar Affair Was a Victory for Social Movements and (...)

Phyllis Bennis The spirited defense of the freshman congresswoman against unfair attack was the result of years of grassroots (...)

Venezuela’s Deadly Blackout Highlights the Need for a Negotiated (...)

Gabriel Hetland Maduro is corrupt and increasingly repressive, but US sanctions and violence by the US-supported opposition have (...)