Sudan is in yet another civil war. Can it put military rule behind it once and for all?
The Ukraine War Has Never Been America’s War
U.S. imperialism is not behind the conflict.
The Toxic Legacy of U.S. Foreign Policy in Vieques, Puerto Rico
The women of Vieques, an island off the east coast of Puerto Rico, have been on the front lines of the generations-long struggle for peace and justice to end the havoc wrought by U.S. foreign policy on their island, in their homes, and on their bodies.
Creating a Hypersonic Pentagon Budget
Why is the Pentagon budget so high?
A Renewed Yemen Truce Is No Substitute for Justice
A halt to the fighting in Yemen would be welcome news. But it won’t last without addressing the warring parties’ crimes against civilians.
He Chose Not to Fight in Ukraine
A Russian CO speaks out.
Saudi Arabia’s LIV Golf League Is ‘Sportswashing’ At Its Worst
But if the effort is designed to distract from the Saudi government’s worst abuses — or U.S. support from them — it may backfire.
The Limits of Saudi-Iranian Rapprochement
China brokered an agreement between rivals. Will it transform the Middle East?
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Ukraine is fighting against two evils simultaneously: the reality of Putin and the possibility of nuclear war.
Reflecting on Russia’s War Crimes in Ukraine, 20 Years After the U.S. Invaded Iraq
Washington has tried to replace international law with a vague “rules-based order” that seemingly only other countries can violate. Ukrainians and Iraqis deserve better.