Most likely the Sunni Arabs will be brought back under Baghdad’s sway, but Kurdistan has disappeared except on paper. Can Iraq be put back together?
Global condemnation should also focus on the country responsible for the deadly, illegal and ineffective economic warfare at the heart of this crisis: the United States.
Without a genuine commitment to peace and disarmament, the next president will find him- or herself caught in the same bind as Obama and Trump.
Does unrealistic war experience lead to Trump's advisor's overconfidence?
William Blum takes on the Washington Post again, in the person of columnist Max Boot, formerly of the Wall Street Journal
Will the the Air Force and its flyboy generals win the fight for the B-21 and take the American taxpayer along for the ride?
Maybe the real conclusion should be that, as long as war is this country’s default option and peace the aberration, reinstating the draft would amount to little more than a change of wardrobe.
The rationale for spending more than $700 billion a year on the Pentagon—and well over $1.2 trillion for national security writ large—simply does not exist.
If only Muslims reach out to help the Rohingya, the international community will suffer another blow to its reputation.
A business model from hell and the war in Yemen.