Tag Archives: Afghanistan
It’s clear the question is not “how” the troops will be brought home, but whether they will be brought home at all.
Created by CircleVision, a video from 2010 that is also true today.
“Pat Tillman showed me I could resist the indoctrination”
“In short,” says Chapman, the U.S. government “made things worse rather than better.”
Oxfam calculated that the world’s eight richest individuals had as much wealth as the poorest half of the world.
This year at least 47% of federal income taxes goes to the military!
Although 2 Out of 3 Americans Oppose Increasing US Military Spending, the US Government Is Boosting It to Record Levels
Current public opinion on military spending has a clear partisan dimension.
Perpetual war is leading to a host of societal ills, yet debates on war and peace are almost entirely absent from public discourse, Robert Wing and Coleen Rowley observe.
Two songs for today by the unparalleled Sister Rosetta Tharpe
[Snowden] illustrates how the innards of every phone can act as pathways through which institutions can track your every move.
Ann Wright | Diplomacy has taken a back seat to military operations in U.S. foreign policy. The drone program is a prime example.
The Bush administration’s wholesale rejection of the ban on targeted killing or political assassinations reversed a quarter-century of bipartisan U.S. foreign policy.
Forty-Five Blows Against Democracy: How US Military Bases Back Dictators, Autocrats and Military Regimes by David Vine
This pattern of daily support for dictatorship and repression around the world should be a national scandal in a country supposedly committed to democracy.
Kathy Kelly | From Yemen to Iran, Syria and Iraq to the Horn of Africa, imperialism is on the march.
From Yemen to Iran, Syria and Iraq to the Horn of Africa, imperialism is on the march.
No single drone strike or bombing should be seen in isolation, but rather within this larger context of a social, political, military and economic anti-Muslim system
Here is a rundown of U.S. foreign policy in 2016. Marjorie Cohn, Huffington Post 12/30/2016 | One of the most alarming developments in U.S. foreign policy in 2016 was the ratcheting up of the new iteration of the Cold War. Looking back at U.S. foreign policy in this last year of Barack Obama’s presidential tenure, […]
a recent Inspector General’s audit report showed that $6.5 trillion in “defense” spending could not be accounted for.
Linebaugh says there is no way to distinguish the little “civilian” blobs from little “militant” blobs.
The global scenario that the down-to-earth presidents of China and Russia seem to have in mind resembles the sort of balance of power that existed in Europe for a century after the defeat of Napoleon in 1815.