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California Is Burning—and Trump Gathers Kindling

21/08 | Sasha Abramsky No sympathy for those whose homes are threatened or firefighters risking their lives. Instead, he’s lobbed insults and (...)

I Lost My Son in a Hail of Bullets at an Israeli Checkpoint

14/08 | Najah Erekat Israeli soldiers shot to kill after Ahmad's car crashed into a checkpoint. They insist he did it on purpose but have (...)

The Debate That’s Needed on How to Engage With China—Before It’s Too Late

11/08 | Katrina vanden Heuvel The China cold war consensus is a recipe for calamity. The post The Debate That’s Needed on How to Engage With (...)

‘We Need to Move From a Wartime Mentality to a Peacetime Mentality’

31/07 | Tim Shorrock US and Korean groups are pushing for a peace treaty to finally end the Korean War. The post ‘We Need to Move From a Wartime (...)

What Would It Take to Avert Military Escalation With China in the South China Sea (...)

30/07 | Michael T. Klare The US and China’s dance in the South China Sea bears a troubling resemblance to 1914 Sarajevo—and the eve of World War (...)

Covid-19 Can Change International Politics Forever

29/07 | John Feffer Countries’ bungling their responses to the coronavirus as others seal themselves off could lead to a total transformation of (...)

Will the Left Get a Say in the Biden Doctrine ?

27/07 | David Klion Covid-19 creates an opportunity to shift foreign policy away from the military. The post Will the Left Get a Say in the (...)

Did Trump Bomb Syria on False Grounds ?

24/07 | Aaron Maté The American media is ignoring leaks from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons that suggest a whitewash. (...)

Trump Is Flailing, and the Country Is Paying the Price

24/07 | Sasha Abramsky Desperate to distract from his own failures, he’s lashing out at China and cities run by Democrats. The post Trump Is (...)

We Can No Longer Afford the Military-Industrial Complex

22/07 | John Nichols 93 members of the House and 23 Senators just voted to cut the Pentagon budget. That’s a historic call for new priorities. (...)

How Will US Warfare Survive the Pandemic ?

21/07 | Michael T. Klare The Pentagon is finding it difficult to adapt to a world in which the biggest threats to American security are (...)

Burning Down the House

16/07 | J.T. Williamson Trump’s mounting failures and corruption devastate the US. The post Burning Down the House appeared first on The (...)

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