Joe Biden’s foreign policy cabinet runs from establishment to hawkish. Here’s where pressure could make a big difference.
Taiwan and the South China Sea are the likeliest points of conflict — but conflict is not an option.
Little in Biden’s history or appointments suggests he’s inclined to end America’s permanent war posture. But empires are not sustained by inclination alone.
In a global pandemic, it is not enough to build a robust response to COVID-19 in the United States alone.
Biden can immediately reverse some of Trump’s most disastrous decisions. And each one can set the stage for broader progressive foreign policy initiatives.
It simply doesn’t make a lot of sense to entrust leadership to a country with a severe personality disorder.
COVID-19 is an early alert for more serious global crises. So far, the international community has failed — but it’s not too late to get it right.
Make no mistake: The Trump administration’s heartlessness and militarism are costing lives.
Wildly profitable military contractors have been unapologetically shaking down lawmakers for pandemic cash.
A little-known federal program dumps military equipment on local police forces. We need to end it.