Category: U.S.

‘Hardening’ US Schools

William Astore says the idea of putting students and teachers inside pseudo military bunkers represents a surrender to the notion of schools as potential sites of gun combat and mass death.

NATO & a War Foretold

Instead of exploiting this crisis to expand even further, Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davie says the military alliance should suspend all new or pending membership applications until the current crisis has been resolved.  

THE ANGRY ARAB: Iran Losing Info War

The repercussions of the open sectarian war sparked by the U.S. invasion of Iraq can still be felt throughout the region, says As`ad AbuKhalil, partly because of Iran’s inaction.

The Myth of Woodward, Bernstein & Watergate

The 50th anniversary this month of the Watergate break-in led W. Joseph Campbell to examine the persistence of a simplistic version of events that even Watergate-era principals at The Washington Post tried to refute.