The numbers BlackRock won’t crunch
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.
A timely call for peace in Ukraine by US national security...
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.
The army we don’t see
The private world that our post-9/11 conflicts have bred.
Bush’s ‘Mission Accomplished,’ 20 years later
The more difficult truths to plow through have to do with why the mission should never have been attempted in the first place.
The persistent allure of military coups
Executions and war are not the inevitable sequel to a popular uprising.
Garland Nixon interview: An objective look at US foreign policy
We focus here on the realities of the international power struggle unfolding in real time, specifically addressing the role of the U.S. in the tensions and its capacity to reduce them.
Jack Teixeira, US Airman First Class, faces 15 years in prison...
The leaked documents "revealed U.S. assessments of the war in Ukraine as well as sensitive secrets about American allies."
Leaks reveal reality behind US propaganda in Ukraine
Like in previous U.S. wars, the veil of propaganda is unraveling around a senseless and unnecessary war that is killing a generation of young Ukrainians.
Spurring an endless arms race
Why is the Pentagon budget so high?
Daniel Ellsberg has foiled those who want him confined to the...
No matter how much the defenders of the militaristic status quo have tried to relegate Daniel Ellsberg to the past, he has insisted on being present challenging systems of mass murder that go by other names.