Category: War and Peace

Ted Rall: The Taliban’s Dramatic Military Victory

Not only did the Taliban win a protracted war against the world’s biggest superpower, that superpower is leaving them a brand-new nation built from the ground up

Yves Engler: ‘No new fighter jets’ campaign first step towards defunding military

Progressives should be pushing to defund or abolish the Canadian military. But, first we need to stop bolstering its capacity to kill in U.S. and NATO lead wars

Kathy Kelly: Reckoning and Reparations in Afghanistan

The U.S. government owes reparations to the civilians of Afghanistan for the past twenty years of war and brutal impoverishment

Vijay Prashad: A Senseless Cathedral of Doom

In early June 2021, the United States military led a major military exercise on the African continent: the African Lion 21

Sonali Kolhatkar: 20 Years of U.S. Occupation Was Brutal in Afghanistan—And So Will Be the Exit

Alongside the relief of ending the longest war in modern American history, we need to acknowledge the horrors of what we are leaving behind in Afghanistan

Andrea Mazzarino: Who Authorized America’s Wars?

And Why They Never End

Michael T. Klare: On the Brink in 2026

U.S.-China Near-War Status Report

Patrick Cockburn: The Forever War in Afghanistan is Far From Over

The US and UK military intervention in the country is ending in a humiliating debacle – this was always likely

Medea Benjamin: America’s Afghan War Is Over, So What About Iraq – and Iran?

Let’s hope Biden has learned another history lesson: that the United States should stop invading and attacking other countries

Robert Koehler: The narrow borders of militarism

An end to war? It’s certainly necessary, but is it politically possible?

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