The call of the peace movement 20 years ago–invading troops out!–should be the call of the peace movement today.
What’s Behind Spain’s About-Face on Western Sahara?
Western Sahara’s former colonizer has shifted toward effectively recognizing Morocco’s illegal occupation of the territory.
Ukraine’s Future: Like Korea or Yugoslavia?
Will the war turn into a stalemate or the crushing defeat of an imperial power?
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.
Israel’s Strange Ambivalence on Ukraine
So much for conspiracy theories about Jews controlling the world. We can’t even get together to control the outcome of the war in Ukraine.
What Are the Lessons of Vietnam for Ukraine Today?
As the left did in nearly all earlier cases of struggles for colonial liberation, so in this one too it should stand with the liberation movement.
Solidarity with Ukraine
The Ukraine Solidarity Network believes that the victims of aggression have every right to defend themselves and should receive the support of those who support national self-determination and justice.
The Rise of Self-Hating Politicians
House Republicans, Euroskeptics, Vladimir Putin, and Jair Bolsonaro are the agents of a new kind of political disorder that parallels the chaos of failing states, economic catastrophe, and climate disasters.
American Exceptionalism on Full Display
Russia and the United States both hold themselves above the law and beyond accountability.