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Nicolas J.S. Davies

Nicolas J.S. Davies

Nicolas J. S. Davies is an independent journalist, a researcher with CODEPINK and the author of Blood On Our Hands: the American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq.

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How Can America Wake Up From Its Post-9/11 Nightmare?

Our only hope for the future is to abandon the futile quest for hegemony and instead commit to peace, cooperative diplomacy, international law, and disarmament.

Medea Benjamin ·


Afghan Crisis Must End America’s Empire of War, Corruption and Poverty

The U.S. can either stumble on in its fruitless attempt to control the world through militarism and coercion, or it can use this opportunity to rethink its place in the world.

Medea Benjamin ·


Will Americans Who Were Right on Afghanistan Still Be Ignored?

Reining in America’s out-of-control militarism would be a wise and appropriate response to its epic defeat in Afghanistan, before the same corrupt interests drag us into even more dangerous wars against more formidable enemies than the Taliban.

Medea Benjamin ·


Biden Must Call Off the B-52s Bombing Afghan Cities

The deployment of B-52 bombers, Reaper drones and AC-130 gunships are a brutal response by a failing, flailing imperial power to a historic, humiliating defeat.

Medea Benjamin ·


America's Afghan War Is Over, So What About Iraq—and Iran?

Let's hope Biden has learned another history lesson: that the United States should stop invading and attacking other countries.

Medea Benjamin ·


How Biden's Nuclear Train-Wreck Helped Raisi Win Iranian Election

A restored JCPOA and the end of U.S. sanctions would have left the moderates in a stronger position, and set Iran's relations with the United States and its allies on a path of normalization.

Medea Benjamin ·


Why Democracies in G7 & NATO Should Reject US Leadership

When ordinary people all over the world can see the dangers and pitfalls of following the United States as a model and a leader, why do their neoliberal leaders keep showing up to lend credibility to the posturing of U.S. leaders at summits like the G7 and NATO?

Medea Benjamin ·


A People's Vaccine Against a Mutating Virus and Neoliberal Rule

Humanity's survival into the twenty-second century and all our hopes for a bright future depend on building new political and economic systems that will simply and genuinely "do what is best for all of us."

Nicolas J.S. Davies ·

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