All Articles on War & Peace

As tensions mount in the Gulf, the daily news about other dire consequences of our oil addiction continue to be reported apace. (Photo by: Joe Sohm/Visions of America/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) Views
Americans Want Action on Climate; Not War Over Oil With Iran
Rather than being exposed to the volatility of the oil markets and Middle Eastern politics, we could all insulate our selves by ushering in a new era of decentralized renewable energy as part of an international Green New Deal.
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Over 3300 Actions This Week with Campaign Nonviolence
It’s about time for all of us to step to the plate the way Gandhi and Tutu and so many other heroes and peace leaders have before us.
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While Palestinian-Israelis inside Israel can vote in this election, the some 5 million Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories of Gaza and the West Bank are kept stateless and have no vote. (Photo: Amir Levy/Getty Images) Views
Palestinian-Israeli Joint List Gains Seats, as Netanyahu’s Demonization Backfires
Netanyahu is always going on about how anyone who opposes his colonization of the Palestinian West Bank is a racist bigot, but there really is no greater racist bigot than he.
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An image grab taken from a video made available by al-Huthi Media Office on September 18, 2019 shows what they say are satellite images of before (R) and after last week's attack on Saudi Aramco's oil fields. Yemen's Iranian-backed Huthi rebels claimed responsibility for last week's oil installation attacks, which took out half the Kingdom's production, although Washington and Riyadh have roundly rejected the claim and blamed Iran instead. (Photo: Al-Huthi Group Media Office / AFP) (Photo credit should read Views
Will Americans Let Trump Start World War III for Saudi Arabia and Israel?
If Congress successfully reclaims its constitutional authority over the US role in this conflict, it could be a critical turning point in ending the state of permanent war that the U.S. has inflicted on itself and the world since 2001.
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One is that the longstanding refusal of most members of the U.S. political elite (officials, legislators, think-tankers, corporate media, and so on) to even mention the fact of Israel’s own nuclear-weapons capabilities and to take full account of them in public discussions of strategic matters in the Middle East is extremely harmful. (Photo: Avi Ohayun/Israeli govt/cc/flickr) Views
The Emperor’s New-Old Nuclear Clothes
Israel wants to keep leaders in Washington distracted and always a little off-balance, so they will end up without the bandwidth and the stamina needed to confront Israel over the continuation of colonial expansion in the lands occupied in 1967.
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The Call of Blood Money
Photos by Bstroy Because we inhabit a repugnant, rapacious, money-grubbing culture, some repugnant, rapacious, money-grubbing creeps decided it'd be cool to make clothes celebrating our national sport of killing children en masse. Thus has Bstroy, makers of "neo-native, post-apocalypse streetwear...
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Disputing Trump Claims, Japan Says No Evidence Iran Was Behind Saudi Attack
"We are not aware of any information that points to Iran," said Japanese defense minister Taro Kono.
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If the U.S. cannot defeat the likes of second- and third- and fourth-rate military powers like Iraq and Afghanistan and Syria, does it really want to start a war with the strategic ally of the #2 and #3 nuclear powers in the world? (Photo: Pixabay/geralt/cc) Views
Conflict With Iran Portends World War III
The importance of this cannot be overemphasized. It is, quite possibly, life-and-death for the planet.
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U.S. President Donald Trump takes part in a welcoming ceremony with China's President Xi Jinping on November 9, 2017 in Beijing, China. Trump is on a 10-day trip to Asia. (Photo: Thomas Peter-Pool/Getty Images) Views
The Uncertain and Dangerous Interregnum: World Peace and the Post-Cold War Era
On geostrategic dynamics and a vision for Eurasian common security diplomacy
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A nuclear war would kill millions of people, a new report reminds the Pentagon. News
So-Called "Limited" Nuclear War Would Actually Be Very Bad and Kill Tens of Millions, Warns New Report
"We urgently need sensible action to reduce and eliminate nuclear risk."
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