The repression we saw in Portland wasn’t new — only the targets were.
Ongoing conflicts — including U.S. “counterterrorism” operations — combined with escalating poverty and repression could amplify the pandemic’s social cost.
Like Trump in the U.S. and Bolsonaro in Brazil, the Philippine strongman’s utter failure to contain COVID-19 may kneecap his authoritarian ambitions.
Historically, our communities have failed to unite across borders to end racist state violence. That needs to change.
With the money we spend on ICE and CBP, we could solar power nearly 35 million homes.
Trump’s use of federal paramilitaries is a classic tactic of autocrats to test how far they can push their authority in opposition-controlled regions.
What blind spots will future generations condemn us for as they tear down today’s statues tomorrow?
Neither the law nor the facts support a conclusion that Saudi war crimes in Yemen are “isolated.”
The deadly interplay of racism, genocide, and denial at the heart of American white society has been reproduced in the country’s wars.
We need to end systemic racism and the militarism that makes it even deadlier — from Kabul to Atlanta and Baghdad to Minneapolis.