Saturday, September 25, 2021

Be careful what you wish for

The true lessons of the Afghan war...

Terrorism: A false threat

Millions starve. Millions die yearly from preventable diseases. Millions die as a consequence of wars. Compared with these numbers, the total count of terrorist victims is vanishingly small.
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As war keeps poisoning humanity, organizing continues to be the antidote

In the long run, peace activism is essential for overcoming militarism. And organizing is what makes that possible.

The winner in Afghanistan: China

Does this debacle mark the decline of Washington's world leadership?

The victims of our post-9/11 wars deserve remembrance, too

Countless innocents died in the 20 years of war our country launched in the name of our 9/11 dead.

The only way to effectively counter terror is to end war

Collectively, recognizing the terrible legacy of 9/11, we must agree: To counter terror, abolish war.

September 11 and the debacle of ‘nation-building’ in Iraq and Afghanistan

Nation-building in Afghanistan and Iraq was the resurrection of a doctrine that should have been buried after Vietnam.

How can America wake up from its post-9/11 nightmare?

After 20 years of war and militarism that has only left the world a more dangerous place and accelerated America’s decline, we must choose the path of peace.

Did 9/11 change everything?

The 9/11 attacks were a surprise. The response wasn’t.

9/11’s legacy of drone warfare has changed how we view the military

The “war on terror”, due to its elusive nature as a war with blurry and unachievable objectives, has resulted in the west fighting an “endless war”.