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Drones news and analysis from The Nation
October 30, 2019
I Write About Endless Wars and I Keep Crying at Work
They’re removed from immediate violence, but the media and public relations employees whose jobs require Google alerts for “drone strikes” are reporting PTSD, depression, and burnout.
September 23, 2019
Iran Has Called Washington’s Bluff
At the UN, Tehran is challenging the Europeans to defy Washington—and the attack on Saudi oil installations demonstrates that Iran can fight back against US sanctions, whether directly or through proxies.
April 29, 2019
The New Face of American War Is a Robot
Artificial intelligence makes it easier for us to think of war in the abstract—and makes it harder to stop fighting.
March 12, 2019
Gun-Control Activists Should Also Take on America’s Drone Wars
Through its endless wars, Washington has been the true school shooter on this planet, terrorizing the global classroom with a remarkable lack of consequences.
February 7, 2019
Inside the Secretive US Air Campaign In Somalia
Since Trump took office, figuring out whom the US is killing and why has become nearly impossible.
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January 31, 2019
The War in Afghanistan Shows the Bankruptcy of Our Foreign-Policy Elite
It’s clear the United States can’t win, but the “experts” insist on delaying defeat forever.
Robert L. Borosage
October 22, 2018
The War Anniversary You Forgot to Mark
The media have forgotten about America’s longest war.
May 25, 2018
Forget ‘America First’—Donald Trump’s Policy Is Drones First
In Niger and elsewhere, Washington is using drones to expand the “War on Terror.”
April 13, 2018
American Air Strikes in Syria Do Nothing to Further Justice for the Victims of the Attack on Douma
There is no legal justification for the current US troop presence in Syria, let alone additional air strikes.
March 20, 2018
‘The New York Times’ Has a War-Coverage Problem
Why doesn’t the newspaper connect the dots in the “Global War on Terror”?
Andrew J. Bacevich