Tag Archives: military power

Tomgram: Engelhardt, What Planet Are We On? Why Washington Can’t Stop — The Coming Era of Tiny Wars and Micro-Conflicts

Today, with the latest scientific estimate of invasion- and war-caused Iraqi deaths at a staggering 461,000, thousands more a year still dying there, and with Syria in flames, it seems something of an understatement.    By Tom Engelhardt  October 22, 2013  TomDispatch.com [Note for TomDispatch Readers: Thought I might recommend a new little book series from the Nation magazine (everyone’s publishing these […]

[Video] Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer on the Culture of War and National Security State

Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer speaking at Peacestock 2013 from Bill Sorem PLUS 1 week ago Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer is Associate Professor of Justice and Peace Studies at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Jack is a graduate of St. Olaf College where he majored in Political Science. He did his theological training at Union Theological Seminary in New York City […]

“We’re on a Destabilizing Planet”: Interview with Tom Engelhardt | History News Network

“We’re on a Destabilizing Planet”: Interview with Tom Engelhardt By David A. Walsh   1-16-12   History News Network David A. Walsh is an editor for the History News Network. Tom Engelhardt is the creator and editor of The Nation Institute’s TomDispatch.com, former Senior Editor at Pantheon Books, and the author of numerous works on American […]