Category: Foreign Policy

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Glenn Greenwald: Obama’s Reaction to the Deaths of King Abdullah and Hugo Chávez

Compare and contrast

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Neve Gordon: Drones and the new ethics of war

Drones are a technological solution for the inability of politicians to mobilize support for war

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Tom Engelhardt: More and War

The Tao of Washington

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Michael Albert: America Versus the World, As Usual

Why the differences and what do the differences tell us?

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Nick Turse: The Golden Age of Black Ops

Special Ops Missions Already in 105 Countries in 2015

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Noam Chomsky: Paris attacks show hypocrisy of West’s outrage

Contrary to the eloquent pronouncements, it is not the case that “Terrorism is terrorism. There’s no two ways about it.” There definitely are two ways about it: theirs versus ours

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Kathy Kelly: Inside the Uniform, Under the Hood, Longing for Change

“A true revolution of values will lay hands on the world order and say of war, ‘This way of settling differences is not just’”

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Ben Dangl: Why the US is the Biggest Threat to World Peace

Washington’s torture, war crimes and military industrial complex are consistently propped up by the concept of U.S. exceptionalism

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Peter Van Buren: America Is Open for Business in Iraq

Even as the Obama administration stumbles and bumbles along in search of a magical political strategy in Iraq that would make sense of everything, American weapons-makers can expect a bountiful future

Rory Fanning: Letter to a Young Army Ranger (From an Old One)

Why the War on Terror Shouldn’t Be Your Battle

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