All Articles on War & Peace

A Georgian soldiers wearing protective masks stop a car at a checkpoint in Tbilisi on April 1, 2020 amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The coronavirus pandemic has claimed more than 30,000 lives in Europe alone, a global tally showed April 1, 2020, in what the head of the United Nations has described as humanity's worst crisis since World War II. (Photo by Vano Shlamov/ AFP via Getty Images) Views
The Fury and the Folly: We Need a Vaccine to Stop Endless War
What if idealism were the essence of human politics, not its scapegoat?
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As Trump Lobs Threats and Deploys Missiles, Iran Demands Halt to 'Warmongering During Coronavirus Outbreak'
"What kind of maniac risks such a war in the middle of a global pandemic? Answer: President Donald Trump, aided and abetted by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and national security adviser Robert O'Brien."
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A health worker takes the temperature of a woman amid concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus at an entrance of the Pyongchon District People's Hospital in Pyongyang on April 1, 2020. (Photo: Kim Won Jin / AFP via Getty Images) Views
US Response to Coronavirus in North Korea Can Save Lives and Lead to Peace
The urgency of the situation calls for drastic changes to business as usual. We can turn the COVID-19 crisis into a critical opportunity for international cooperation on the Korean Peninsula by reallocating resources toward protecting human health and reviving the stalled diplomacy between the US...
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Iranians wait to get prescription drugs at the state-run "13 Aban" pharmacy in Tehran on Feb. 19, 2020. News
Despite Calls for Global Ceasefire, Trump Threatens War With Iran Amid COVID-19
"Unsatisfied with a global pandemic and an economic collapse, Trump wants to add a major war into the mix."
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A view of the fairground of Iranmall, Tehran's largest shopping mall, after it converted into a hospital for coronavirus patients on March 30, 2020. News
'Pandemics Know No Borders': Democrats Call on Trump Admin to Suspend Sanctions on Iran During Coronavirus Outbreak
"We need to cancel all economic sanctions during this crisis."
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A Very Good Job (At Slow-Rolling, Mass Negligent Homicide)
On a day the U.S. saw over 139,000 cases and at least 2,425 deaths, the ever-classy Trump boasted his briefings' "ratings" reached "Bachelor Finale, Monday Night Football type numbers." The photo of these bodybags was taken by an anonymous New York City hospital nurse who said he wanted to show "...
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On Loaves and Fishes and Toilet Paper: Crackpot Trumpian Pastor Arrested For Packing In Congregants Because COVID-19 Is A Jesus-Hating Liberal Plot
Arguing his church will only close "when the Rapture comes," the rabid, moronic, Trump-loving pastor of a Tampa megachurch was arrested Monday for putting at risk the lives of hundreds of his followers and thousands of their families and neighbors after leading two packed Sunday services in...
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Activists practice “physical distancing” at a Saturday morning vigil for Peace in Yemen, Union Square, New York City. (Photo credit: Bill Ofenloch) Views
Vigil for Peace in Yemen, a New Norm
As COVID-19 threatens to engulf war-torn Yemen, it is even more critical to raise awareness of how the war debilitates the country.
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General view of a hospital where health officers, wearing masks and special protective suits, take care of a patient infected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) at a hospital in Tehran, Iran on March 02, 2020. (Photo: Fatemeh Bahrami/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) Views
How Many Nedas? Iran Sanctions Are Biological Warfare Against Civilians
This is not an economic policy. It is the collective punishment of civilians. It is an act of biological warfare against children, the elderly, and people of all ages.
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Whatever mix of capitalism and socialism each American may favor as a model for the U.S. economy, very few Americans would pick this corrupt 21st-century command economy as the system they would choose to live under.(Photo: Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images) Views
Why Is the U.S.So Exceptionally Vulnerable to Covid-19?
This exceptionally dysfunctional society has run smack-bang into a real force of nature, a tiny virus that can kill millions of people.
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