Category: Foreign Policy

Karen J. Greenberg: Moving on from the War on Terror?

Checking in After Six Months

Norman Solomon: The Urgent Need for a Biden-Putin Summit

Last week’s outbreak of rhetorical hostilities between the White House and the Kremlin has heightened the urgent need for a summit between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin

Eirik Vold: Biden’s Syria Deception: The Norwegian Connection

Interview on the role of Norway in U.S. military policy

Nick Turse: Will the Biden Administration Shine Light on Shadowy Special Ops Programs?

Amid a broad review of American war-making policy, how and where commandos will be used in the coming years hangs in the balance

Kevin Tillman: On January 6th, the U.S. Became a Foreign Country

How Endless Wars and Interventions Helped Create the Assault on the Capitol

Andrew J. Bacevich: On Shedding an Obsolete Past

Sadly, Joe Biden and his associates appear demonstrably incapable of exchanging the history that they know for a history on which our future may well depend

Medea Benjamin: Ten Problems With Biden’s Foreign Policy – and One Solution

The Biden presidency is still in its early days, but it’s not too early to point to areas in the foreign policy realm where we, as progressives, have been disappointed–or even infuriated

Caitlin Johnstone: Countering the Establishment’s Message

The idea that China or Russia pose a threat to you is so self-evidently ridiculous, so transparently absurd, that the only way to make you believe it would be to propagandize you

Peter Beinart: American Exceptionalism as Magical Thinking

The essence of American exceptionalism is that the United States possesses a virtue so intrinsic that it cannot be falsified by events

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

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