Ukraine and the Lessons of the Iraq War
The call of the peace movement 20 years ago–invading troops out!–should be the call of the peace movement today.
20 Years On, What Did the Iraq War Truly Cost?
The war claimed more than lives and treasure — it claimed a future’s worth of lost opportunities. Now, younger generations are demanding them back.
Immigration Policy Doesn’t Have To Be This Way
For 20 years, the Department of Homeland Security has made life a nightmare for millions — but Dreamers like me have seen that there’s another way.
What’s Behind Spain’s About-Face on Western Sahara?
Western Sahara’s former colonizer has shifted toward effectively recognizing Morocco’s illegal occupation of the territory.
Free Trade or Just Green Trade?
Corporations are using trade and investment treaties to handcuff global and national efforts to save the planet.
Congressional Inaction Preserves U.S. Colonialism in Puerto Rico
The 118th Congress has opted for colonialism over democracy in Puerto Rico.
Is War with China Inevitable?
Is a Chinese invasion of Taiwan imminent or is Washington in a tizzy over nothing?
Ukraine’s Future: Like Korea or Yugoslavia?
Will the war turn into a stalemate or the crushing defeat of an imperial power?
The True Costs of War over Taiwan
Are we at the brink of war in the Pacific?
Can the World Save the World?
The international community has so far failed to made a dent in the climate crisis. Is the problem all about governance?
Garment Workers Take on Wage Theft and Wall Street
A new campaign is targeting fashion brands like Nike that are spending vast sums on stock buybacks instead of compensating workers for lost pandemic wages.
We Need to Cut the Military Budget, But Don’t Trust the Far Right to Do It
There’s an urgent need to stop funding wars and human rights abuses abroad and to free up funding for human needs at home. The Freedom Caucus can’t be counted on for either.
U.S. Sanctions Are Hurting Syrians
After 12 years of war, it’s clear that blanket sanctions have hurt only innocent Syrians — not Assad or his enablers. We need a new approach.
Does Cuba Have a Future?
Young people were the country’s biggest export last year.