The repression we saw in Portland wasn’t new — only the targets were.
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.
Neither the law nor the facts support a conclusion that Saudi war crimes in Yemen are “isolated.”
Some 8,000 U.S. contractors have died abroad since 9/11, compared to 7,000 U.S. troops.
The rules of the global economy have created climate change, inequality, and deep vulnerability. But rules can change.
We need to end systemic racism and the militarism that makes it even deadlier — from Kabul to Atlanta and Baghdad to Minneapolis.
Around the world, LGBTQ people are more vulnerable to the pandemic — especially where their status intersects with poverty.
The U.S. may be at the center of both pandemics, but — as worldwide demonstrations show — each is global.
Without professional enablers, corruption, money laundering, and the financing of human rights abuses would be much more difficult.