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November 19, 2021
I’m a Defense Industry Worker. It’s Time to Cut the Pentagon Budget.
Limitless military spending doesn’t help workers like me. Green, union jobs do.
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 15, 2021
Ukraine: The Most Dangerous Problem in the World
But there’s already a solution.
November 11, 2021
Kurt Vonnegut’s Prescient Insight Into Veterans’ Trauma
Well before PTSD became an official diagnosis, his classic novel
described the psychic wounds of war.
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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 9, 2021
Letters From the November 15/22, 2021, Issue
Readers respond to the hiring of Mohammed El-Kurd as Palestine correspondent.
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.
November 4, 2021
“I Would Like to See ‘The New York Times’ Wash the Blood Off Its Hands”
An interview with Mohammed El-Kurd about his fearless grandmother, Palestinian literature, and why the paper of record needs a Palestine correspondent.