Category: War and Peace

Roy Eidelson: Is the American Psychological Association Addicted to Militarism and War?

When hijacked planes hit their targets on the morning of September 11, 2001, the American Psychological Association (APA) sprang into action. Within hours, through its disaster response network the APA mobilized expert practitioners and worked with the American Red Cross to provide psychological support to families of the victims and to rescue workers. The APA’s Read more…

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Daniel Ellsberg: From the Pentagon Papers to the Doomsday Machine

Interview on the continuing existential threat posed by the military-industrial complex

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Tom Engelhardt: American War Is Off the Charts

How the U.S. Military Feeds at the Terror Trough

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Conn Hallinan: Diego Garcia: “Unsinkable Carrier” Springs a Leak

Most Americans have never heard of Diego Garcia for a good reason: no journalist has been allowed there for more than 30 years and the Pentagon keeps the base wrapped in a cocoon of national security

Richard Sokolsky: More from the War-with-Iran Playbook

The intent of Pompeo and Bolton is clear: provoke Iran

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Horace Campbell: Global NATO

A 70-Year Alliance of Oppressors in Crisis

Jan Oberg: Addicted to Militarism

The US is militarizing itself to death

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Norman Solomon: Rep. Barbara Lee’s Startling Vote to Boost Military Spending

When progressives in Congress go wrong, we must be willing to say so — clearly, publicly and emphatically. With her decisive vote to enable an increase in military spending, Barbara Lee was wrong

Alex Sobel: West Papua – the world’s forgotten injustice

A look at ongoing military occupation and its gross human rights abuses

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Juan Cole: Congress Slaps down Trump-Saudi War on Yemen

The House of Representatives voted Thursday 247 to 175 to end the US involvement in supporting the Saudi-led war effort in Yemen. 16 Republicans voted with the Democratic majority

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