Category U.S. Foreign Policy
“There are still about 10,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan.” That says it all, in shorthand.
What’s really going on in Israel. A new law denying Palestinian rights.
The demonization of Russia is, I believe, one of the most dangerous things that is happening in our world today.
The Gaza Ministry of Health reported 12,844 Gazan casualties, victims of live fire or tear-gas inhalation.
Expressed differently, the United States has not won a major conflict since 1945; has a trillion-dollar national security budget; has had 17 military commanders in the last 17 years in Afghanistan, a country plagued by 23,744 “security incidents” (the most ever recorded) in 2017 alone; has spent around $3 trillion, primarily on that war and the rest of the war on terror…
Is Israeli a democracy? An in-depth look at the current situation in Israel and Palestine by a Palestinian journalist, leader, and member of the Israeli Knesset.
U.S. coups d’é·tat. US interventions
It is not clear how insane U.S. policy can get under Trump’s leadership, or that of his warhawk advisors.
“This conflict is backed by the U.S. and the U.K.”
The paper cranes are not just a symbol of peace, but also a call to action. They are a reminder that we must keep pushing to see the #endofnukes.
Claims of Donald Trump undermining NATO have sent establishment media into a frenzy to sanctify NATO as a force for peace and democracy.
U.S. intelligence community claims endorse a fake crisis that hides the real one.
First and foremost, we all know that Daniel is a dictator, right? We know it because corporate and progressive press alike can’t say his name without the modifier, dictator. So what are the criteria to be a dictator?
To date, the US continues selling weapons to the UAE and to its coalition partner, Saudi Arabia
“I gave them a good boy, and then sent me back a murderer.”
In tragedy, Palestinians’ will to live is not defeated: Instead, the roots of Palestinian identity grow stronger.
“Pat Tillman showed me I could resist the indoctrination”
“In short,” says Chapman, the U.S. government “made things worse rather than better.”
Conversation about Gaza and Israeli Policy Toward the Palestinians