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Not taking military action isn’t the same thing as doing nothing.
There’s a frightening enthusiasm for war among pundits—and now the public seems ready to go along too.
In 1941, genocide broke out in Croatia, and we still cannot explain why.
The cease-fire appears to be a politically useful fiction.
The 2014 NATO Summit closed on Friday with one main accomplishment: the increased militarization and institutionalization of a new Cold War.
If we don’t act now, constitutional restraints on presidential warmaking will be eviscerated.
The calls for escalating military action against Islamic State (IS) ignore thirteen years of evidence that US intervention usually accomplishes the opposite of what Washington intends.
The father of a young man captured while fighting for the Taliban in 2001 reminds us of the “dark side” of US policy after 9/11.