If the U.S. wants the ICC to prosecute Russia for its many crimes in Ukraine, Washington should join the court too — and receive its judgment.
Ukraine and the Lessons of the Iraq War
The call of the peace movement 20 years ago–invading troops out!–should be the call of the peace movement today.
20 Years On, What Did the Iraq War Truly Cost?
The war claimed more than lives and treasure — it claimed a future’s worth of lost opportunities. Now, younger generations are demanding them back.
Is War with China Inevitable?
Is a Chinese invasion of Taiwan imminent or is Washington in a tizzy over nothing?
Ukraine’s Future: Like Korea or Yugoslavia?
Will the war turn into a stalemate or the crushing defeat of an imperial power?
The True Costs of War over Taiwan
Are we at the brink of war in the Pacific?
U.S. Sanctions Are Hurting Syrians
After 12 years of war, it’s clear that blanket sanctions have hurt only innocent Syrians — not Assad or his enablers. We need a new approach.
Spying vs. Spying
The United States and China should be putting their surveillance capabilities to better use.
20 Years Ago, the World Said No to War
A look back at the history-making mobilization against the Iraq War that turned ordinary people into a “second superpower” — one we badly need today.
Ukraine and Secrecy
The negotiations around Germany sending tanks to Ukraine have been shrouded in secrecy. Like so many other geopolitical actions.