Friday, February 23, 2024

Tag: Yemen

Why American leaders persist in waging losing wars

Hint: They’re winning in other ways.
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Investigation: As US-backed war in Yemen raged, UAE hired US mercenaries...

“There was a targeted assassination program in Yemen. I was running it.”

The royal touch

How Saudi money keeps Washington at war in Yemen.

Insider attacks

Seen in this light, it’s hard not to believe that more anti-U.S. “insider” attacks aren’t on the way. The question is only where and when, not if.

In Yemen and beyond, US arms manufacturers are abetting crimes against...

Our leading weapons dealers have developed a business model that feeds on war, terrorism, chaos, political instability, and human rights violations.

Progressive Briefing for Friday, September 21

American-made bombs are being used to massacre large numbers of civilians in Yemen, ICE is arresting the sponsors of undocumented children, and more.

Yemen’s descent into hell

In Yemen, the United States backs a grim military intervention for which – unless you are a weapons company – it is hard to find any justification, practical or moral.

As Saudis say bombings of Yemeni children mere ‘mistakes,’ growing calls...

"We must end U.S. support for this disastrous war in Yemen. It is also long past time that we begin to take a very hard look at our relationship with Saudi Arabia."

As corporate media looks the other way, US-backed Saudi bombing campaign...

"Instead of providing healthcare to sick Americans or education, this is what your tax dollars are going towards. Enough is enough."

Progressive Briefing for Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Earliest Earth overshoot day ever, it's been over a year since MSNBC mentioned the war in Yemen, Trump wants to strip security clearance of those who have criticized him, and more.

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