Category: Yemen

An English Village’s Dirty Secret

Matt Kennard and Phil Miller’s new film about a BAE factory town features an ex-government adviser on Saudi arms sales speaking on camera with a journalist for the first time. 

The Names You’ll Never Know

A civilian deaths memorial could zig zag across the U.S., suggests Nick Turse. It could keep extending westwards, in a way that would spur Americans’ interest in their nation’s history and conflicts abroad.

Selling Death

William Hartung says the bombing of Gaza this month by the U.S.-financed and supplied Israeli military is just the latest example of the devastating toll exacted by American weapons transfers.

Biden’s Drone Wars

Talk of peace in Afghanistan, Yemen, the streets of the U.S., is not coherent while waging wars with drones, writes Brian Terrell.