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Placing “Guardrails” on the US-China Nuclear Competition
A failure to challenge inflated claims about China’s nuclear arsenal will have serious and painful consequences.
Michael T. Klare
November 25, 2021
We’re Spending Money on War When We Could Be Building Roads
Our problem in this country isn’t lack of funds, no matter what the Republicans, Manchin, and Sinema may claim.
November 24, 2021
Our Blind Faith in the Military Will Destroy Us
Show me your budget, and I’ll tell you what you worship.
November 22, 2021
Potential Legislation on China Amounts to a New Cold War
The $250 billion "Innovation and Competition Act" leverages industrial policy to ratchet up militarization and potentially instigate global conflict.
November 18, 2021
The Latest Round of Protests in Cuba Are a Bust—for Now
But US sanctions and Covid have kept the island in a vise only made worse by a dysfunctional economy and long overdue reforms.
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November 17, 2021
The Secrets of the So-Called “Havana Syndrome”
The injuries to US personnel are real, and the cause of the syndrome was not crickets—but excessive secrecy has frustrated investigators and hampered the victims’ efforts to understand this mysterious malady.
November 16, 2021
Let’s Stop Handing the Pentagon Blank Checks
The system is working—if you happen to be an arms contractor
William D. Hartung
November 9, 2021
It Doesn’t Pay to Be Right About America’s Wars
This country hates to be reminded that not everyone was duped by the domino theory.
November 8, 2021
This Is the End of the American Century
It sure has been a disaster.
November 5, 2021
For the Women of Afghanistan, the War Isn’t Over
War is never over when it’s over—but especially for the women of Afghanistan, both at home and abroad.