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The Pentagon is intent on pursuing its own global version of the Second Amendment.
Zero Dark Thirty has us arguing over whether torture works, not whether it should be banned.
The film is a seven-pronged attempt to making US torture and detention policies once again palatable.
How Argentine fiction about the Malvinas War conspires in a trick of perspective.
The National Intelligence Community’s Global Trends report reveals a future of continued fearmongering and American exceptionalism.
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At long last, this may be the year Washington puts the brakes on Israeli settlement expansion into Palestinian lands.
The anti-Russia bill violates the rule of law, contradicts American values and undermines US national security.
The US military’s aggressive Asia-Pacific strategy is escalating tensions with China and prompting local resistance throughout the region.