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The War Party Still Runs Washington

In ending the war in Afghanistan, Biden left the door open for more "counterterrorism"— with serious implications for our foreign policy, politics, and legal system.

Harry Blain ·

Congress Needs to Force Biden to End the Yemen War

Activists say it's not enough to trust Biden's promises to end U.S. support for the war: Congress must compel him.

Sarah Lazare ·

Biden Turns His Back on Yemen

While he is a welcome change from the incompetence, venality, and cruelty of the Trump Administration, Biden has continued the Obama and Trump Administrations' support for the Saudi-led war on Yemen.

Aisha Jumaan ·

Arms Sales: What We Know About Bombs Being Dropped in Our Name

In this day and age where videos of U.S. allies committing war crimes are readily available on Twitter or Instagram, no one can claim that they don't know what U.S.-made weapons are used for around the world.

Danaka Katovich ·

What Solidarity With Palestine Means

As global solidarity with Palestinians continues to grow, how can the lessons of this movement benefit other colonized and oppressed peoples?

Rebecca Ruth Gould ·

Study Shows 91% of People Killed or Injured by Explosives in Global Cities Were Civilians

In its new report, Action on Armed Violence urges states and others to "commit politically to stop using explosive weapons with wide area effects in populated areas."

Jessica Corbett ·

As US Clears 3 Detainees for Release, Amnesty Demands Biden Close Gitmo

"President Biden cannot have true credibility advocating for other countries to respect human rights if he does not prioritize closing Guantánamo."

Brett Wilkins ·

Conflict, Climate Change, and Covid-19 Are Aggravating World Hunger

The 2021 Global Report on Food Crises found that 155 million people in 55 countries faced acute hunger in 2020, an increase of 20 million people suffering from severe food insecurity compared with the previous year.

Alison Kentish ·

Peace Activist Interrupts General Dynamics Shareholder Meeting to Blast the Business of War

CodePink co-founder Medea Benjamin took CEO Phebe Novakovic to task for "personally making $21 million a year through a business model that thrives on conflict, death, and destruction."

Brett Wilkins ·

A Tale of Two Presidencies: Biden's First 100 Days

When it comes to economic issues, the Biden administration has shown some surprising progressivism. On foreign policy, not so much.

Max B. Saw­icky ·

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