Category: War and Peace

Elif Sarican: Turkish Invasion Raises Fear of Kurdish Genocide & ISIS Resurgence

Interview on the implications of Turkey’s assault

Juan Cole: Not Just Ethnicity

Turkey v. Kurds and the Great Divide over Political Islam v. the Secular Left

Nick Turse: The Forgotten Trauma of a Forgotten War

As the World Looks Away, Death Stalks the Democratic Republic of Congo

Vijay Prashad: What to expect from Turkey’s coming invasion of Syria

The Syrian Democratic Forces is now vulnerable to the full might of the Turkish army

Richard Falk: Iran’s Gulf Peace Proposal: HOPE

The plan outlined by President Rouhani should be further developed by the government in Tehran. It should be presented to the world as a serious and constructive proposal

Patrick Cockburn: “A Shakespearean Act of Betrayal”

Trump Agrees to Let Turkey Invade Kurdish-Controlled Syrian Area

Dr. Hakim: From Kabul: Youth on the Road to Peace

In September 2019, facing everyday dangers of the war and under constant pressure to view those from other tribes as enemies, young people from each of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces gathered for a three day “On the Road to Peace” conference in Kabul

Vijay Prashad: Iran’s capacity to strike back should even make Trump think twice

The claim that Iran is the main “sponsor of terrorism” is one that has become a cliché from Washington to Riyadh

Joan Roelofs: Military Keynesianism Marches On

Our military is not particularly concerned with the welfare of persons or the environment, nationally or internationally

Richard Falk: Will Confronting Iran Lead to War or Peace?

The magnitude of this attack on Saudi oil facilities makes the situation more dangerous even if it is considered as nothing more than a quantitative escalation of Iran’s response to US sanctions and other provocations

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