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’s Meeting with the Saudi Crown Prince Risks Becoming a Gift to Autocrats
Biden wants Saudi help to strengthen the alliance against Russia. But if he reduces the war to geopolitics, autocrats will rejoice.
Mining Resistance from Alberta to Argentina
In Patagonia, an Indigenous community’s fight against repressive mining interests mirrors struggles across the hemisphere.
Why Is the U.S. Selling Weapons to Nigeria After It Bombed Civilians?
U.S. policymakers are legally bound to ensure they are not equipping abusive militaries. Congress needs to speak up.
Supreme Court Expands Government Secrecy Powers in Torture-Related Case
The U.S. government doesn’t want to acknowledge a Polish torture site that everyone knows about.
The Struggle for What’s Essential
Global mining companies have used the pandemic to push unwanted projects on vulnerable communities, who are fighting back — and sometimes winning.
Americans Must Demand a Credible Investigation Into Shireen Abu Akleh’s Killing
If our tax dollars are furnishing the weapons that kill journalists and other innocents, that’s not just an international crime — it’s against U.S. law, too.
ICE Probably Spied on You
A new investigation reveals the immigration agency has collected data on most Americans. It’s the latest case in a worrying trend.
Why the Son of a Hated Dictator Won the Philippine Elections
The failures of liberalism made illiberalism popular. But the inevitable crises of the Marcos-Duterte regime offer opportunities for progressive organizing.
Tucker Carlson’s ‘Great Replacement’ Theory Comes from an Anti-American Nazi
Why has the American far right adopted an anti-American conspiracy theory as its rallying cry?