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October 22, 2021
When the Trump Administration Discussed Sending Troops to the Border
Last year, immigration policy adviser Stephen Miller proposed sending a quarter of a million troops to the US-Mexico border to completely seal it off from would-be migrants.
October 12, 2021
How “Terror Capitalism” Links Uyghur Oppression to the Global Economy
The camps in Xinjiang and undocumented work in the US are part of the same continuum of unfreedom.
September 16, 2021
What Can We Learn From the War in Afghanistan?
Four lessons worth considering.
September 16, 2021
The Problem With Making War “Humane”
A conversation with Samuel Moyn about his new book
, the pacifism of Leo Tolstoy, and the origins of forever war.
September 15, 2021
Global Vaccine Inequity Could Make Migration Harder Than Ever
Migrants are facing even more restrictions in the Covid era—and thanks to lack of vaccine access in lower-income countries, they will be less likely to meet them.
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September 9, 2021
The $8 Trillion Cost of Failure
The time and money it took to give Kabul to the Taliban could have been used to help struggling Americans.
July 30, 2021
We Need to Scale Back America’s War Machine
Sixty years after Eisenhower warned the nation against the threat of the military-industrial complex, America continues to maintain a bloated, imperialistic military presence at home and abroad.
July 15, 2021
Is a War With China Inevitable?
The statements coming out of the Department of Defense and the upper ranks of Congress these days make it seem that way.
Michael T. Klare
July 8, 2021
Can Catalan Pardons Pave a Way Out of Spain’s Territorial Crisis?
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez released nine Catalan independence leaders from prison. Is it a step toward a solution?
July 1, 2021
War Criminal Found Dead at 88
The human and economic costs of Donald Rumsfeld’s wars are staggering.