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October 14, 2021
Meet Representative Elaine Luria, Chowderhead
The Virginia Democrat wants Congress to give the president the authority to go to war with China. Because the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution was such a shining success.
Andrew J. Bacevich
October 13, 2021
I Lived Through the US Military’s Culture of Surveillance
As a military spouse, I’ve been threatened, silenced, monitored, and shamed by the very people my husband fought alongside.
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.
October 8, 2021
With the War on Terror, America Failed Upward
What have America’s elites learned from two decades of global conflict? Almost nothing.
Karen J. Greenberg
October 4, 2021
Our Foreign Policy Elite Has Learned Nothing From Afghanistan
The War on Terror’s promoters and apologists are determined to blame Biden for finally bringing one bloody chapter to an end.
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September 29, 2021
Will We Remember the Victims of the Kabul Drone Strike?
For 20 years, the War on Terror has brought death and destruction to countless countries. Will we remember the victims?
September 27, 2021
How Do We Confront America’s Attachment to Violence?
Its toxicity has penetrated all too deeply into the soul of the nation.
September 24, 2021
Corporate America Cashed In on 9/11
The Pentagon’s spending surge made corporations a windfall.
William D. Hartung
September 21, 2021
It’s Time to Break Up the Military-Industrial Complex
Despite the end of two decades of war, a congressional committee just voted to increase the Pentagon’s budget by $24 billion.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
September 16, 2021
What Can We Learn From the War in Afghanistan?
Four lessons worth considering.