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The Kremlin Plans to Modernize Russia, Again

Stephen F. Cohen Putin’s quest for a transformed nation and his own legacy. The post The Kremlin Plans to Modernize Russia, Again appeared first on The (...)
21/02/2020

How Much Cruelty Can Trump Get Away With ? Ask Obama.

Rebecca Gordon After one administration turns a blind eye to torture, we can expect little repercussions for throwing children in cages. The post How Much Cruelty Can Trump Get Away With? Ask (...)
19/02/2020

Is This the End of Rojava ?

Mireille Court, Chris Den Hond The Kurdish region of northeast Syria was autonomous for seven years, but had to ask the Syrian government for protection after an invasion by Turkey. The post Is (...)
18/02/2020

The Woman Behind Elizabeth Warren’s Foreign Policy

David Klion The campaign has kept Sasha Baker out of the spotlight, but she wants to shake up the consensus from the inside. The post The Woman Behind Elizabeth Warren’s Foreign Policy appeared (...)
18/02/2020

Our Forever Wars in 6 Questions

Tom Engelhardt After 18-plus years of seemingly endless conflict, our government owes us answers. The post Our Forever Wars in 6 Questions appeared first on The (...)
14/02/2020

What We Can Learn From the Iran/Contra Scandal

Emily Berch Leon Neyfakh, the host of the podcast Fiasco, tells The Nation that you can’t separate the policies from the people. The post What We Can Learn From the Iran/Contra Scandal appeared (...)
12/02/2020

Iraqis Want Iran and the US Out

Gilbert Achcar The US and Iran have de facto collaborated in and over Iraq for decades. Iraqis are now protesting against both. The post Iraqis Want Iran and the US Out appeared first on The (...)
12/02/2020

A World War Could Break Out in the Arctic

Michael T. Klare American military training exercises in northern Norway are escalating tensions with Russia. The post A World War Could Break Out in the Arctic appeared first on The (...)
11/02/2020

Tulsi Gabbard in New Hampshire

Michael Tracey Gabbard’s emphasis on transforming US foreign policy gives her campaign an appeal that cuts across party lines—and defies traditional definitions of left and right. The post Tulsi (...)
6/02/2020

Trump’s Vulnerability Is That He’s Divorced From Reality

Robert L. Borosage In the State of the Union, the president made clear that his reelection strategy is to foment fear and division through lies and merciless propaganda. The post Trump’s (...)
5/02/2020

Exclusive : Customs and Border Protection Gains an Extra Layer of Secrecy

Ken Klippenstein By gaining a “security agency” designation, the border police can further shield themselves from public view. The post Exclusive: Customs and Border Protection Gains an Extra Layer (...)
4/02/2020

It’s Time to Leave Iraq Once and For All

Katrina vanden Heuvel The United States needs to accede to the will of the Iraqi people and finally put our wars to rest. The post It’s Time to Leave Iraq Once and For All appeared first on The (...)
4/02/2020

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