Ex-Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr says it’s time the U.S. closed the books on the disastrous wars unloosed by George W. Bush.
The Lethality of the Global Monroe Doctrine
From its attacks on Global South countries to its willingness to go to war with a great power such as Russia, the U.S. is increasingly employing military force to compensate for its economic decline, writes Vijay Prashad.
Destroying the Town Does Not Save It
In an imaginary graduation speech to the U.S. Air Force Academy, graduate William J. Astore introduces cadets to the real history of U.S. air power.
Chris Hedges: The Age of Self-Delusion
You can’t drain and impoverish the nation to feed an insatiable military machine unless you make its people afraid, even of phantoms.
The Sword & the Cross at Albright’s Funeral
The late U.S. secretary of state’s association with Biden and the Clintons can be seen as a war-making, mutually absolving clique, writes Sam Husseini.
US Trashes ICC, But Wants It to Charge Russians
Marjorie Cohn delves into the U.S. double standard in using an international court to prosecute war crimes.
A World Without Walls
Once the Russian government decided that integration with Europe and the U.S. was not possible, the West began to portray Putin as diabolical, writes Vijay Prashad.
NATO’s Neverending Wars
If more lethal weapons were the answer, the conflict in Ukraine would have been resolved years ago, writes Ramzy Baroud. The country needs help finding non-violent solutions.
Biden’s Punishment of Desperate Afghanistan
As aid groups try to rally donors for a country in dire straits, the U.S. president is blocking reserves and continuing to impose crippling sanctions.
Russia, Ukraine & the Law of War: Crime of Aggression
Scott Ritter, in part one of a two-part series, lays out international law regarding the crime of aggression and how it relates to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.