Category: Social Policy

David Swanson: Health Professionals Tackle War

Preventing War and Promoting Peace: A Guide for Health Professionals is a valuable new book edited by William Wiist and Shelley White

Murtaza Hussain: U.S. Goes to War Against the ICC

Cover Up Alleged War Crimes in Afghanistan

Jamil Dakwar: Bolton Threatens International Criminal Court Judges

In 2016 an ICC report accused the U.S. military of torturing at least 61 prisoners in Afghanistan during the ongoing war

Richard Falk: Human Rights, State Sovereignty, and International Law

Violations of human rights and plain human decency continue to occur with disturbing frequency in many parts of the world, including many allegedly “democratic” countries such as the United States, Russia, and Israel

Rebecca Gordon: Holding the Line on Torture

One Organization at a Time

Raj Patel: Food sovereignty is key to a just future

Peasants, small-scale farmers and landless workers organised themselves and developed the idea that communities should have direct control over ending hunger where they live

Kevin Zeese: Improved Medicare For All Becoming Unstoppable

For our health and for our economy, this is the time to put in place National Improved Medicare for All

Juan Cole: Why is the US Helping Saudis Kill Children, Allying with al-Qaeda?

The US Department of Defense is, in short, and unindicted co-conspirator in Saudi and UAE war crimes

George Monbiot: We’re in a new age of obesity. How did it happen?

The opportunities to load our food with sugar have boomed

David Swanson: Recognizing mass murder

As with a racist police murder, what is rare here is not the crime but the video. This bus was bombed by the U.S.-Saudi alliance. The weapons used by Saudi Arabia are U.S. weapons

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