Category: Foreign Policy

Danny Sjursen: Trump’s National Defense Strategy

Something for Everyone (in the Military-Industrial Complex)

Kevin Zeese: War Preparations Against Venezuela As Election Nears

Since we published “Regime Change Fails: Is a Military Coup or Invasion Next,” we received more information showing steps toward preparing for a potential military attack on Venezuela. Stopping this war needs to become a top priority for the peace movement. Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) published a newsletter that reported “troubling news of an Read more…

Ursula Wolfe-Rocca: Disguising Imperialism

How Textbooks Get the Cold War Wrong and Dupe Students

Elliott Gabriel: Washington’s New Colonial War

Critics contend that Operation Pacific Eagle Philippines is aimed at strengthening Washington’s grip on the long-subjugated people of the Philippines, defeating a half-century leftist insurgency

Stephanie Savell: The Wars No One Notices

Talking to a Demobilized Country

Gareth Porter: Can South Korea’s Leader End Trump’s North Korea Crisis?

The United States’ South Korean ally regards beginning negotiations with North Korea as a high priority—higher than resuming the military exercises that have riled North Korea for decades

Daniel Gibson: Using the Oxfam scandal to push an anti-aid agenda

The actions of Oxfam officials are horrendous – but gutting foreign aid funding just puts more people at risk

Conn Hallinan: A Dangerous Turn In U.S. Foreign Policy

The problem with designating “great powers” as your adversaries is that they might just take your word for it and respond accordingly

Michael T. Klare: The Strategy of Maximal Extraction

How Donald Trump Plans to Enlist Fossil Fuels in the Struggle for Global Dominance

Aziz Rana: Against National Security Citizenship

Any truly progressive social base must be built on a vision of solidarity that rejects false nationalisms and that connects arguments about U.S. power to those about political economy

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