Tag: Military Industrial Complex

Fueling the Warfare State

In his annual examination of the U.S. “national security” budget, William D. Hartung finds budgetary malpractice on a grand scale. 

Military Industry Healthier Than Ever

Sadly, but all too predictably, Biden’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops and contractors from Afghanistan hasn’t generated even the slightest peace dividend, writes William D. Hartung.

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.

A People’s Guide to the War Industry

Profit alone drives the war industry, leaving behind piles of corpses, writes Christian Sorensen. First in a series of five articles about the military industrial congressional complex. 

Imperialism in Pumps

Mainstream feminism has abandoned women’s interests so thoroughly that it has largely become only superficially distinct from the patriarchy it purports to oppose, writes Caitlin Johnstone.

Reframing America’s Role in the World

Since 1945, the U.S. pursuit of “dominance in the name of internationalism” has mainly served as a device for affirming the authority of foreign-policy elites, writes Andrew J. Bacevich.