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Brian Terrell

Brian Terrell

Brian Terrell is an Iowa based peace activist who has spent more than six months in prison for protesting targeted assassinations at U.S. military drone bases.

Articles by this author

 

'Let Them Kill as Many as Possible': The Roots of US Militarism in Russia and Around the World

What the people of Ukraine are suffering from Russian aggression is suffered daily by millions around the world from U.S. aggression.

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Digging for Peace—Resisting Nuclear Weapons

Far from making good-faith measures for general and complete disarmament, the United States is pursuing a trillion-dollar program of modernizing and "life extension" of its aging nuclear arsenal.

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No, 'The Longest War' in US History Is Not Over

What the U.S. did to Afghanistan and its people is not a series of mistakes or good intentions gone awry, but crimes. And there's still no end in sight.

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Resisting Nuclear Weapons in a Climate Crisis

Why humanity must stop the next catastrophe before it begins.

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“If There Are Enough Shovels to Go Around”: Surviving the Nuclear Threat

Activists are set to hold a demonstration at Büchel Air Base in Germany, where about 20 U.S. nuclear bombs are stored.

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"Roof Knocking" in Gaza and the Myth of the Benevolent Drone

The illusion that war can be made safer and the control of repressed people made kinder through the use of drones only makes war and repression more likely and spawns a cycle of violence that is even more intractable.

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Biden's Drone Wars

Talk of peace in Afghanistan, Yemen, the streets of the U.S., is not coherent while waging wars with drones.

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Ending the Other War in Yemen

The global proliferation of weaponized drones is no surprise and Biden’s plea for peace in Yemen that allows for their continued use is a hollow one.

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