Trump shrugged at 150,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths. Who’s to say he’s above starting a fight with China or Iran?
Seventy-five years after the atomic bombings, we’re still engaging in a false narrative that attempts to justify the unjustifiable.
The repression we saw in Portland wasn’t new — only the targets were.
The two most populous countries in the world are battling over a border, but it’s really about energy and water.
Ongoing conflicts — including U.S. “counterterrorism” operations — combined with escalating poverty and repression could amplify the pandemic’s social cost.
Historically, our communities have failed to unite across borders to end racist state violence. That needs to change.
Biden’s notion that the U.S. deserves a special seat at the head of the international table is a dangerous anachronism.
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.
An outbreak of COVID-19 among U.S. service personnel on Okinawa may help anti-base protesters stop construction of the replacement facility at Henoko.
Just 10 percent of the Pentagon budget could end homelessness, increase our COVID testing 44 times over, or send a $2,300 check to every unemployed American.