A Political and Literary Forum
Standing Rock shows us that businesses don't simply silence protestors, they also discredit and bankrupt them.
Could Trump's repudiation of the Iran Deal be the beginning of the end of U.S. hegemony abroad?
Aslı U. Bâli, Aziz Rana
On becoming the collateral damage of American warmongering.
Victoria-Lola M. Leon Guerrero
Since its origins, the United States has grappled with the role of the military in a democracy. Given Trump's latest moves, do the people still decide who will be killed in their name?
Myths of American exceptionalism.
How our claim of victory distorts American foreign policy.
Neta C. Crawford
Modern weapons are so destructive that war is less and less likely to take place.
Why does needless military spending remain impervious to reduction, while critically needed domestic programs are slashed?
Cooperative Security: The Military Problem.
A roundtable with Randall Forsberg.
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