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September 30, 2022
Putin’s Support Among the Far Right Is Splintering
The new Italian leader is still pro-NATO, but the broader right is divided.
September 28, 2022
The US Military Is the Enemy of Climate Mitigation
Our military alone surpasses the total national emissions of Bulgaria, Croatia, and Slovenia combined.
September 26, 2022
Do Presidents Have a Right to Secrecy?
Trump’s refusal to share information has been part and parcel of the Washington scene for far longer than the current moment.
Karen J. Greenberg
September 22, 2022
Fascists, Neofascists, and Postfascists: Italy’s Unreal Election Debate
With most Italians exhausted by the status quo, the far right is likely to be the biggest winner in Sunday’s elections.
September 19, 2022
The Coup Next Time
The hard right is grooming the military and law enforcement for insurrection.
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September 19, 2022
The Trump Judges Are Officially Running the Show
The rulings by Judge Aileen Cannon on Trump’s behalf in the classified documents case aren’t just one-off legal absurdities—they’re examples of decisions to come.
September 16, 2022
The Russian Military’s Ineptitude Almost Rivals Our Own
Putin’s plunge into Ukraine confirms that he learned nothing from the folly of post-9/11 US military policy.
Andrew J. Bacevich
September 15, 2022
An Inflated Pentagon Budget Is Not in the Country’s Best Interest
Scamming the taxpayer has become a way of life for the national security state.
William D. Hartung
September 14, 2022
The Digital Soldiers Taking America’s Forever Wars Online
In this online battles pace, victory is fleeting and defeat never final, but the casualties are all too real—of fact and truth, memory and reality.
September 6, 2022
Meet Liz Truss, Britain’s New Conservative Prime Minister
With the Labour Party tacking toward the center, the role of actually opposing this new Thatcher wannabe has fallen on an increasingly militant, confident, articulate, and strategic union movement.