Friday, August 19, 2022

Tag: U.S. foreign policy

Painting the world green

How committed is the Biden administration to reshaping U.S. foreign policy to save the planet?

What President Biden won’t touch

Maybe foreign policy, sacred cows, and the U.S. military?

In search of a Green New Foreign Policy

To save ourselves and reduce the United States’ harmful global footprint, we need new thinking, new institutions, and a fundamental reordering of priorities.

We can end the US war on Syria

The people were right, and the military was wrong. The war on Syria never should have happened and now must end.

Peacemakers, warmongers and fence sitters: Who represents you?

You can check out the differences between Democrats and Republicans, and see who are the real hawks and doves in each party.

The New Arab Cold War: US Policy Sows Conflict, Unrest Across...

Is American policy sowing conflict across North Africa and the Middle East? Democracy Now discusses the role of the U.S. in these ongoing conflicts with Vijay Prashad, professor of international studies at Trinity College.

A Self-Perpetuating Machine for American Insecurity

Washington has invented a system so deeply entrenched in our world that changing it will surely prove a stunningly difficult task. Welcome to the new world of American insecurity.

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Unworthy victims?

Reminder: Most of the victims of the global problem of out-of-control militarism don’t get the same attention from the Western press.

Six lessons for America: How endless Trumpist lawbreaking drives his fascist takeover scheme

Trump’s infamy expands quicker than Pinocchio's nose—so much so it’s dawning on even backward Americans that Trump has gone way too far.

“The new space race is going nuclear”

“The space nuclear industry is flying blind—blinded by its devotion to profit and power."

The Essentiality of Individualism in Modern America

The time for Individualism no longer belongs to the past; we must embrace it today.

New study reveals children born close to fracking more likely to develop childhood leukemia

Not only are children at a greater risk of developing ALL from toxic air pollution, but the study said that fracking also contaminates drinking water, which causes more exposure to cancer-linked chemicals.