We should be urging changes to a Bush foreign policy that has diminished the importance of peacemaking and international human rights.
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The U.S. Congress and the White House have chosen the latter course.
In 2000 the top six U.S. military companies spent over $6.5 million in contributions to candidates and political parties.
The Bush administration has been widely criticized worldwide for its go-it-alone foreign policy. But in one area the administration is enthusiastically embracing multilateralism, along with the Pentagon and U.S. defense corporations is missile defense..
The Bush administration is undermining the logic of deterrence--previously used to make weapons of mass destruction unthinkable in wartime due to certain retaliation--and making the use of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction all the more likely.
The dynamics of the system of deregulated, finance-driven global capitalism are the central problem of the current economy.
At a time when the petropolitics of the Bush administration seem to reign supreme, the rights of peoples affected by the global hunt for oil have received an important boost.
Freezing military aid to Israel would send a message that committing human rights violations is unacceptable.