Category: Foreign Policy

Medea Benjamin: Trump & Biden’s Secret Bombing Wars

Biden cannot restore the world’s respect for American leadership, or the American public’s support for our foreign policy, by piling more lies, secrets and atrocities on top of those he has inherited

John Feffer: The Claudius Presidency

After four years of an American Caligula, will Joe Biden bring the United States back into the international community?

Gareth Porter: US accusation of “genocide” by China based on claims by far-right ideologue

The Trump and Biden administrations have relied on the work of a right-wing religious extremist, Adrian Zenz, for their “genocide” accusation against China. A close review of Zenz’s research reveals flagrant data abuse and outright falsehoods

Medea Benjamin: Is Biden Committing Diplomatic Suicide Over the Iran Nuclear Agreement?

Can Biden’s America be part of the solution? After only three weeks in office, surely it can’t be too late. But the ball is in his court, and the whole world is watching

Phyllis Bennis: Where is Biden’s Foreign Policy Headed?

Biden has appointed many old guard interventionists and new Cold Warriors, but there is some hope for a better Iran policy. Watch out for attempts by Israel to scuttle the nuclear deal

Conn Hallinan: China’s Sea of Conflict

China doesn’t want to rule the world, but it does want to be the dominant power in its region, and it wants to sell a lot of stuff

Behrooz Ghamari Tabrizi: Biden and Iran

Last week’s statements by the Biden appointees made the matter unnecessarily more complicated, sounding more like a continuation of the Trump policy rather than its refutation

William Astore: Joe Biden’s Peace Force?

Joe Biden’s Peace Force?

Medea Benjamin: Will Biden End America’s Global War on Children?

To prevent new U.S. wars, the Biden administration should commit to participate and comply with the rules of international law, which are supposed to be binding on all countries, even the most wealthy and powerful

Vijay Prashad: Why We Can’t Give Up on the Idea of a World Free From Nuclear Weapons

Public opinion, even in many NATO states, favors a total ban on nuclear weapons

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