Biden can’t say he’s putting human rights first and then welcome a prime minister who boasts about war crimes to the White House.
Rep. Barbara Lee, Noam Chomsky, and Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz issued prescient warnings about the war before it was launched.
In ending the war in Afghanistan, Biden left the door open for more “counterterrorism” — with serious implications for our foreign policy, politics, and legal system.
Afghanistan is not the only place at risk of takeover by extremists.
Now our obligation is to those Afghans living with the consequences of our four decades of intervention.
The U.S. attacks will not stop the Taliban or end the war.
Here’s what the Biden administration can do to prevent a trans-Pacific catastrophe.
It’s beautiful that there’s an Olympic team for 82 million displaced people. But have we accepted mass displacement as the new normal?
Three decades after the Soviet empire headed for the exit, is it possible that the far more powerful American one is ever so chaotically heading in the same direction?
The House passed a bill that sounds good, but doesn’t end Washington’s failed, militarized approach or get to root problems.