Friday, July 19, 2019

Tag: peace

Dropping bombs for peace

It became necessary to destroy world peace in order to save it.

Social movements under intense attack despite Colombia ‘peace plan’

What connection does the U.S. government or U.S. companies have to the conflict?

American war is off the charts

So, for the last few of us still here thinking about American wars, I would say that when it comes to off the charts, it’s possible that you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

War, peace and presidential candidates

So what hope is there that one of the parade of Democrats seeking the presidency in 2020 could be a real “peace candidate?"

Is a war with Iran on the horizon?

As the Trump administration accelerates its efforts to seek a confrontation, will they find an echo among Iranian hardliners who’d like nothing more than a face-off with the United States?

Mapping the American War on Terror

All told, it should be clear that another kind of grand plan is needed to deal with the threat of terrorism both globally and to Americans – one that relies on a far smaller U.S. military footprint and costs far less blood and treasure.

While state leaders make war, Spanish children march for peace

On this thirtieth march for international peace in commemoration of the day that Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated, the children sang “No to War,” “Yes to Peace,” “Save the Children,” “Friendship Yes, Violence No.”

Trump’s at war with US intelligence – and (for once) he’s...

By giving America it’s dumbest and cruelest wars, the best and brightest left room for a dumber and crueler leader to end them.

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Trump’s send-them-back doctrine

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A border patrol agent reveals what it’s really like to guard migrant children

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