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Iraq War news and analysis from The Nation
November 9, 2020
The Children of Fallujah: The Medical Mystery at the Heart of the Iraq War
Since the 2003 invasion, doctors in Fallujah have been reporting a sharp rise in birth defects among the city’s children—and to this day, no one knows why.
September 25, 2020
America Can’t Afford to Descend Into Violence
Trump promises to take us down a dangerous path of hate and conflict. We can’t let his violence consume us.
September 9, 2020
Trump’s Fake Anti-War Posturing Works for Him
Democrats have ceded opposition to the military-industrial complex to a belligerent fraud.
July 10, 2020
Milton Glaser, 1929–2020
, Milton’s first rule was “You can only work for people you like.”
July 3, 2020
Barbara Lee Would Make a Great Vice Presidential Nominee
Adding an anti-war progressive with Lee’s record to the ticket would energize the base and appeal to disengaged and disenchanted voters.
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June 23, 2020
The US Military Also Has a Racism Problem
Whether at home or abroad, America’s armed institutions have been reinforcing systemic racism since their inception.
June 9, 2020
Jamaal Bowman Wants to Spend Less on the Pentagon and More on the Bronx
In his Democratic primary challenge to the House Foreign Affairs Committee chair, a New York educator outlines “a progressive foreign policy.”
May 27, 2020
What Will Post-Pandemic Warfare Look Like?
If the past is any precedent, what lies ahead is the evolution of failed US proxy wars.
May 26, 2020
Anti-War Groups Push Biden and the Democrats to Rethink Foreign Policy
Faced with a pandemic, an economic meltdown, and the climate crisis, more than 50 groups argue that it’s time to reset priorities.
April 21, 2020
What Progressives Could Teach Joe Biden About Foreign Policy
There are several critical initiatives that the presumptive Democratic nominee should embrace.
Katrina vanden Heuvel