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Al-Qaeda news and analysis from The Nation
April 7, 2017
What Is It With US Presidents and Tomahawk Cruise-Missile Strikes?
Typically deployed symbolically by presidents facing domestic political troubles, they rarely have significant military effect.
April 3, 2017
Trump’s Generals Are Considering a Wider War in Yemen
A humanitarian crisis already threatens to starve millions. Deeper US involvement in the civil war will only make it far worse.
March 30, 2017
How the Syrian Civil War Has Transformed Hezbollah
The Lebanese Shiite militia, which has played a central role in defending the Assad regime, is now a powerful regional player.
January 30, 2017
Trump’s Ban Is Hurting Some Victims of Terrorism
A poignant scene at Los Angeles International Airport over the weekend.
December 14, 2016
Trump’s Foreign-Policy Appointees Are Set to Provoke War With Iran
Their extremism in military and intelligence affairs is unprecedented in recent US history.
December 1, 2016
A Letter From Rebel-Controlled Idlib, Syria
“Let Nusra go to hell,” says a member of the Islamic police, who are despised by the people and even by their own employees.
November 30, 2016
Giving Voice to Millions of Americans: End US Wars of Intervention
I felt it was critical to meet with Donald Trump now, before warmongering neocons convince him to escalate the Syrian conflict.
September 8, 2016
For the 15 Years Since 9/11, the US Has Waged an Endless Campaign of Violence in the Middle East
No one knows how many American bombs have gone off on Middle Eastern soil.
September 2, 2016
Assad Regime to Besieged Aleppo: Surrender or Starve
“It was raining mortars, some landing just 20 meters from us…”
August 23, 2016
Why Is the United States Abetting Saudi War Crimes in Yemen?
The Obama administration’s record-setting arms deals with Riyadh have strengthened extremists and led to greater regional instability.