Issues / War & Peace
Trump's economic war on China comes in the shadow of an even deadlier military escalation. And it may not stop after November, no matter who wins the election.
Philippine strongman Rodrigo Duterte is using the pandemic to crush his opposition — and the U.S. is poised to arm him to the teeth.
In the very near future, countries are going to have to choose whether they make guns or vaccines.
Being better prepared could save millions of lives and trillions of dollars.
Organizing, connection, and solidarity are a way out of isolation — especially when we know there's no going back to "normal."
Rather than promote a new Cold War, now is the time to definitively end the last one.
International cooperation needs to take priority right now, and countries must stop their wars against one another and against their own populations.
There will be no peace if underlying grievances aren’t addressed, militaries victimize local populations, and states fail to provide basic services.
Withdrawing even some of the U.S. troops, planes, drones and bombers from Afghanistan will reduce the killing.
After another failed escalation in Syria, the Turkish president is increasingly isolated abroad and under scrutiny at home.