Phyllis Bennis joins a War on Terror Film Festival panel discussion for the film, We Are Many.
More than 140 historians ranked past American presidents. If not for Trump, Bush’s ranking would have nosedived.
First, Washington needs to stop killing people. Next, we have to challenge our nation’s assumptions and priorities.
The U.S. has spent over $21 trillion on wars, the military, and the national security state since 9/11. That money should have been used for health care, climate, jobs, and education.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee in conversation with Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman, as well as the Institute for Policy Studies’ Tope Folarin, the Friends Committee on National Legislation’s Diane Randall, and Win Without War’s Stephen Miles.
The 9/11 attacks were a surprise. The response wasn’t.
The human and economic costs of Donald Rumsfeld’s wars are staggering.
A personal recollection on the day that launched the Iraq War — and its lessons for us 18 years later.
We must end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the next time our leaders argue for the necessity of war, it’s up to us to resist.
Join us for the U.S. premiere of We Are Many.
The “straight talk” people praise McCain for is actually what most of them can’t stand about politicians: They say noble words but cast ignoble votes.
Veterans often wrestle with the things they’ve done in war. When will ordinary Americans do the same?
Trump’s new advisor has a long history of embracing war with a disdain for diplomacy.
The president once distanced himself from the Bush legacy. Now he’s brought back the architects of its darkest moments.
There’s a likely ending to all this military bluster and buildup, and it’s one that goes boom.