Biden should invite all the heads of state in the region to the Americas’ Summit to foster better dialogue and a brighter future for the hemisphere, writes Medea Benjamin.
Tag: Medea Benjamin
Killing Civilians, from Mosul to Raqqa to Mariupol
Instead of investigating its war crimes, the U.S. has actively covered them up, write Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies.
US Reaping What It Sowed in Ukraine
Unanswered questions about Biden’s role in the 2014 coup in Kiev have become more urgent and troubling, write Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies.
Yes, 10 Good Things About 2021
If gains can be made in a year as disastrous as this one, just think what might be accomplished in 2022, writes Medea Benjamin.
Israel Pushes Hardline in Iran Nuclear Talks
Along with verbal appeals, Israel is preparing militarily, write Ariel Gold and Medea Benjamin.
The US-Russia Confrontation Over Ukraine
Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies say Americans should hope that the CIA director’s recent visit to Moscow helped Washington understand the stakes.
Hidden Hand of US Blockade Sparks Cuba Protests
The protests should be understood in the context of a brutal economic war waged by the United States against the island nation for more than 60 years, write Medea Benjamin and Leonardo Flores.
Pedro Castillo Poised to Write New Chapter in Peru
His victory will be remarkable not only because he is the son of illiterate peasants and his campaign was grossly outspent, but there was also a relentless propaganda attack against him, write Medea Benjamin and Leonardo Flores.
Biden and Normalizing Relations with Cuba
The U.S. president ignores the crisis in Cuba at his own peril, writes Medea Benjamin.
Imagine if Progressives in Congress United to Downsize Biden’s Military Budget
Now is the time for these congresspeople to turn their talk into action, write Medea Benjamin and Marcy Winograd.