A decade ago, Nick Turse embarked on a quest to cover what the U.S. military was doing in Africa.
The war in Ukraine has been catastrophic for world food prices, writes Vijay Prashad. But the problem didn’t start then.
The War-Torn & Dispossessed Worldwide
Arbitrary borders, miserly aid and cruel policies ensure that those most victimized by conflict will remain adrift, writes Nick Turse.
Being a Child in Yemen Is the Stuff of Nightmares
If a grand bargain can be reached between Riyadh and Tehran, it could de-escalate several wars in the region, writes Vijay Prashad.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Biden’s Mideast Policy No Better Than Trump’s
The current U.S. administration has thus far endorsed (or tolerated) two coups: one political in Tunisia and a blatant military overthrow last week in Sudan, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
Nonviolent Guerrilla Cartographers
During the Sudanese uprising, Khartoum became a carefully re-mapped city where only the revolutionaries knew its paths, writes Amar Jamal.