Tuesday, October 20, 2020

The US of A(rms)

Don’t be shocked if, even in a Biden presidency, such weaponry continues to flow in and it remains business as usual for this country’s giant arms merchants to the detriment of the peoples of the Middle East.

Talking tough and carrying a radioactive stick

The nuclearization of American diplomacy...

How can Americans support peace in Nagorno-Karabakh?

Instead the U.S. should fully cooperate with its partners in the OSCE’s Minsk Group to support a ceasefire and a lasting and stable negotiated peace that respects the human rights and self-determination of all the people of Armenia and Azerbaijan.

A thousand times worse

In reality, Americans have never been shy about killing on a mass scale in the alleged cause of righteousness and democracy.

Two years after Khashoggi’s murder, why is America still an accomplice to MBS’s crimes?

As U.S. leaders continue to coddle the Saudis, it’s difficult not to ask who is more evil...

The ecological impact of militarism

“In the face of both COVID-19 and the climate crisis, we urgently need to shift from a culture of war to a culture of care.”

This vanishing moment and our vanishing future

John Hersey, Hiroshima, and the end of world...

War zone America?

Military families — most so much more than mine — have already suffered for far too long without watching our own country become a new war zone.

Will Michele Flournoy be the angel of death for the American empire?

Picking Michelle Flournoy to lead the Pentagon would be a tragic indication that Biden is truly hell-bent on squandering America’s future.
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Costs of war: After 9/11 attacks, US wars displaced at least 37 million people...

“The U.S. has played a disproportionate role in waging war, in launching war and in perpetuating war over the last 19 years.”