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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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Will Biden End America’s Global War on Children?

Nothing in Biden's long record in public life suggests that he will, unless the American public and the rest of the world act collectively and effectively to insist that America must end its war on children and finally become a responsible, law-abiding member of the human family.

Medea Benjamin ·


Will the Senate Confirm Coup Plotter Victoria Nuland?

Nuland would be a ticking time-bomb in Biden’s State Department, waiting to sabotage his better angels much as she undermined Obama’s second-term diplomacy.

Medea Benjamin ·


Will Biden’s America Stop Creating Terrorists?

We hope Biden will finally renounce hare-brained, militarized policies that destroy societies and ruin people’s lives for the sake of unattainable geopolitical ambitions, and that he will instead invest in humanitarian and economic aid that really helps people to live more peaceful and prosperous lives.

Medea Benjamin ·


Why Jeh Johnson Would Be a Better Defense Secretary Than Michèle Flournoy

Flournoy has repeatedly demonstrated throughout her career, both in her official Pentagon positions in the Clinton and Obama administrations and in her published writings and statements, that she actually believes in the normalization of war.

Medea Benjamin ·


Eisenhower's Ghost Haunts Biden's Foreign Policy Team

Biden’s officials have spent their careers in a hall of mirrors and revolving doors that conflates and confuses defense with corrupt, self-serving militarism, but our future now depends on rescuing our country from that deal with the devil.

Nicolas J.S. Davies ·


Ten Foreign Policy Fiascos Joe Biden Can Fix on Day One

So much vital work to be done—that must be done—for a more a peaceful world.

Medea Benjamin ·


Will the Biden Team Be Warmongers or Peacemakers?

We must vigorously advocate for a team that would put an end to the normalization of war and make diplomatic engagement in the pursuit of international peace and cooperation our number one foreign policy priority.

Medea Benjamin ·


Ending Regime Change—in Bolivia and the World

In the long history of U.S.-backed "regime changes" in countries around the world, rarely have a people and a country so firmly and democratically repudiated U.S. efforts to dictate how they will be governed.

Medea Benjamin ·

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