Category U.S. Foreign Policy
The problem for the rest of the world actually, now, is the containment of the United States.
Into this cauldron of violence with historical antecedents that are often dangerously brushed over, observers on all ideological sides are growing increasingly angry, distraught and confused.
Russia and China urge diplomacy to resolve a deepening crisis. They want tensions defused.
This is how democracy ends, with a bang and a whimper.
The opposition “movements” in Venezuela and Syria have a great deal in common: both are seeking the demise of democratically-elected governments; both resort to violence and acts of terrorism; both are tools of U.S. and Western imperialism, and both are failing. A Venezuelan protester holds a poster that reads in Spanish “Against Imperialist aggression, respect […]
No one in politics or the media seems capable of recognizing this series of events for what it truly is: One large event . …There is no dicing it up. It is all of a piece, one long war, the longest by miles in our nation’s history.
With Trump ramping up threats against North Korea, we need to take action to abolish war and urge diplomacy now more than ever! An event happened in DC here. You can organize a vigil in your own area. We have flyers and sign-up sheets to download here. Let’s flood the White House with calls between 9 am to 4 pm […]
The U.S. bombings in 8 countries in the past 8 years have all been illegal under the U.N. Charter.
President Trump’s views on preemptive war are rejected not only by the experts, but by the majority of Americans.
North Korea is sitting on a stockpile of minerals worth trillions
Why do I call the crimes being punished imaginary?
We need conversion, and conversion campaigners, to be organizing particularly in communities where manifestations of the military production system are located. By Bruce Gagnon Organizing Notes July 25, 2017 ‘That’s the Challenge’ In early July Roy Pingel and his son visited our house here in Bath. Artist and housemate Brown Lethem lived in New York […]
We can push the Senate to pass the same provisions as the House by focusing on progress made, publicizing the House votes on social media, and pushing for a House roll call vote on the Davidson-Nolan prohibitions on Defense Appropriation
The meeting between Trump and Putin at the G20 in Hamburg injects new hope into the complicated relationship between the United States and Russia. Only time can confirm whether there is any basis for this hope.
An eye-opening analysis of the Syrian conflict from down under.
There is no question that the United States has the biggest, strongest, costliest armaments in the world and it devises the rules by which other nations use or display their ships, troops, and arms.
Politics is priorities, and ours align with a specific class whose interests are far out of line with the collective good.
Washington has sought to deflect attention from Hersh’s alternative narrative and shore up the official one through misdirection.
Every child killed or maimed by US-made weapons inevitably creates enemies among survivors.