Category: War and Peace

Joan Roelofs: The Science of Lethality

The geographical scope of the US military is larger than the world, as even without the “Space Force” the militarization of space has proceeded apace. On this earth, there is its division into “commands.”

Vijay Prashad: Why the Afghanistan Papers Are an Eerie Reminder of Vietnam

The U.S. government continues to put pressure on the International Criminal Court, refusing to allow any development in the investigation of war crimes in Afghanistan

Howard Machtinger: The 2020 Elections and the Anti-War Cause

The critique of militarism, both at home and abroad, is a crucial part of the resistance to Trump

Michael T. Klare: Insignia, Badges, and Medals for a Climate-Wracked Era

The U.S. Military on a Planet From Hell

Kirkpatrick Sale: Political Collapse: The Center Cannot Hold

Given the turmoil over wars and immigration threats, it is not surprising that half the world is without coherent government.

Arnold R. Isaacs: Moral Injury and America’s Endless Conflicts

A Legacy of a New Kind of War

Noam Chomsky: The Foreign Policy of a Con Man

The Republican “radical insurgency,” as it was called several years ago by Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute, has gone far off the traditional rails under Trump

William J. Astore: American Exceptionalism Is Killing the Planet

The Many Abuses of Endless War

Juan Cole: Trump Wants to quit Afghanistan

Gaslights Troops in Kabul

Andrea Mazzarino: Bearing Witness to the Costs of War

On Being a Military Spouse and Writing About Our Post-9/11 Wars

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