The U.S. nuclear system was already dangerous, irresponsible, insane. It can only get worse with Trump holding his finger on the trigger.
The forgotten war in Yemen and the unchecked war powers of the presidency in the Age of Trump .
The merchants of death know there’s money to be made from the ‘humanitarian interventions’ that will come out of a Clinton presidency, just as they’ve profited from Neocon wars under Republicans.
Given the specter of nuclear war, the rational policy is one of de-escalation.
Why did the US military have a vertical-take-off F-35B launched from an aircraft carrier in the Indian Ocean make an attack on a Taliban position in Afghanistan?
Expanding the base infrastructure in the Greater Middle East will only perpetuate a militarized foreign policy premised on assumptions about the efficacy of war that should have been discredited long ago.
Hospital attacks in Yemen and Kunduz have not been mentioned in any of the U.S. presidential debates or forums so far. We need a full investigation of these crimes, to hold those responsible accountable.
Trump is in the position of trying to separate and make peace among two American allies.
Asylum seekers are men, women and children fleeing persecution, and have the right to be treated with dignity and compassion, not intolerance, as is so often the case.
In his desperation for approval, our dear president has jumped on the back of increased military spending.