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Mike Pompeo


Trump's Global Grim Reaper, Mike Pompeo

The real reasons he was a shameful Secretary of State, and how Antony Blinken can do better.

Shaan Sachdev ·


Biden to Lift the Wrongheaded Houthi Terrorist Designation—But What's Next?

Having reversed the worst of Trump's policies, Biden must now tackle those of the Obama administration.

Annelle Sheline ·


Citing Humanitarian Impact, Biden Reverses 'Dangerous' Designation of Houthis as Terrorist Group

Moving forward, said one expert, "the international community needs to stop fueling the conflict, generously fund Yemen's humanitarian response, and prioritize peace."

Jessica Corbett ·


'A Day Peace Activists... Have Been Waiting For': Biden Vows to Curb US Support for Saudi-Led War on Yemen

"This decision is the result of years of activism from Yemeni Americans and grassroots activists all over the world. Congrats to lovers of peace everywhere who know #YemenCantWait."

Kenny Stancil ·


US Designation of Houthis as 'Terrorists' Is Wrong and Hurts the Most Vulnerable

Ending America's endless wars should mean not only withdrawing troops but also putting an end to the misuse of terrorist designations and the accompanying destructive economic sanctions.

Sarah Leah Whitson ·


Battle Lines Drawn on Ending Yemen War

The Biden Administration has a chance to undo a disastrous label and open the door for peace.

Reese Erlich ·


About Suffering: A Massacre of the Innocents in Yemen

The United Nations estimates the war has already caused 233,000 deaths, including 131,000 deaths from indirect causes such as lack of food, health services and infrastructure.

Kathy Kelly ·


Here We Go Again, But Now the Target Is Iran

Two decades after invading Iraq for alleged links to al-Qaeda, the US now says Iran is the armed group's 'new home.'

Belén Fernández ·


Heightening Risk of Accidental Nuclear War, Russia Follows Trump's Lead and Withdraws From Open Skies Treaty

Moscow is reportedly willing to reverse its decision to pull out if the U.S. rejoins the pact credited with helping to prevent nuclear war.

Kenny Stancil ·


'Famine Not Seen in 40 Years': UN Warns Pompeo Decision in Yemen Could Lead to Hundreds of Thousands—If Not Millions—Dead

"It literally is going to be a death sentence," said the World Food Programme chief about the U.S. Secretary of State's decision to label the Houthis a terrorist organization.

Kenny Stancil ·

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