Tuesday, April 16, 2024

The Link Between Armed Conflict And Climate Change Just Got A Bit Stronger

Conflict outbreaks following climate disasters are no coincidence, according to new research.

The World After Me

We are beginning to show the strains of the global destabilization now evidently underway and, unnerved, we are undoubtedly continuing to damage the future in ways still hard to assess.

Deterrents to Terror that Very Rich People Can’t Comprehend

Polls show that Americans are more afraid of a terrorist attack than at any other time since 9/11, even though the rate of violent crime has been consistently dropping since 1993.

10 Ways to Wage Wars

“George Orwell warned us that the war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Americans need to aggressively question their politicians and the media, ignore empty slogans, challenge warmongering propaganda, and swiftly reject disinformation from the corporate media.”

The Tears of Fallujah

“If recent history has taught us anything, it's that the wounds of Fallujah, and those of Iraq’s Sunni in general, must be treated in short order or the conflict will simmer to explosion once again.”

Friday’s Events: The Legacy and Rules of American Foreign Policy and 21 Questions for...

The United States is great at focusing on any sort of carnage and blaming ISIS, one of hundreds of groups in Syria, and building alliances with Sunni states.

The Trojan Drone

An Illegal Military Strategy Disguised as Technological Advance

French Paradox: Terror Attacks Continue as ISIS Loses Ground

If the Republicans actually want to hinder terrorists, they might consider confirming a new treasury undersecretary and tightening up legislation.

Chaos in Turkey

The failed coup attempt began Friday afternoon and the country plummeted into a night of violence and state of unrest.

The Drone Age: A Tragedy in Dallas Ushers in a New Era of Robotic...

Should using robots to blow up suspects be used as a solution to domestic crises?