The intellectual godfathers of the “alt right” and their descendants are on a fool’s errand: to rationalize irrational hatreds.
Playing politics with a humanitarian catastrophe eats up resources and erodes the civil rights of everyone, regardless of status.
With the horror of these weapons is on full display in the Russia-Ukraine war, the U.S. needs to sign the global ban.
With innocent Afghans impoverished and starving, the U.S. must return money that’s rightfully theirs.
Belgium has yet to make any reparations for exploitation that killed 10 million Congolese. The U.S. must also make amends for its complicity.
Ecuador needs to address the root causes that brought so many protesters onto the streets.
The fossil fuel industry’s global links to political violence and repression couldn’t be clearer. Unfortunately, the U.S. is enabling it.
Biden once said the U.S. should never “check its principles at the door just to buy oil or sell weapons.” He should take his own advice.
Biden wants Saudi help to strengthen the alliance against Russia. But if he reduces the war to geopolitics, autocrats will rejoice.
In Patagonia, an Indigenous community’s fight against repressive mining interests mirrors struggles across the hemisphere.