Another step in Beijing’s rise to global power.
An FPIF commentary criticized CODEPINK's position on the war in Ukraine. Here is our response.
UK accused of ‘gross hypocrisy’ by human rights campaigners for new dependency on Gulf oil and gas.
FDR put the kibosh on military contractor windfalls during World War II. We could do the same.
Americans profess to care about the sacrifices of those who serve the nation in uniform. Why don’t we care enough to keep them from harm in the first place?
The war not only cost lives and destroyed the Ukrainian economy, it has also been a major environmental hazard.
There are many peace initiatives to end the war in Ukraine being pursued by leaders and countries around the world as the United States clings to its dogged determination to prolong the war at great cost in Ukrainian lives and at the risk of nuclear war.
It couldn’t be more important to make America’s disastrous wars of this century more visible.
A giant with such an enormous appetite should find room for all kinds of facts and figures—but this one’s a bit of a picky eater.
This intervention by an important group of U.S. national security experts comes at a time when Ukraine is delaying its long-promised spring offensive to avoid "unacceptable" losses, and a return to the negotiating table can therefore save countless lives.