A new book refutes a central myth about the Vietnam War.
Hard data shows ending our wars would be smart politics — and the first step toward repairing a moral calamity.
We could easily fund health care for all by ending military boondoggles and fruitless wars. Here’s how.
Phyllis Bennis joins Fire Drill Fridays to draw attention to the intricate connection between war, militarism, and the climate emergency.
Phyllis Bennis joins Fire Drill Fridays for to discuss the interconnectedness of war, the military, and climate change.
Cutting military spending would allow policymakers to prioritize programs like Medicare for all that improve the lives of average Americans. Here’s how we get there.
His claims about wanting to “end endless US wars” are lies—but they’re effective, because the massive anti-war movement that we need is missing in action.
Trump’s been haphazardly deploying more troops, drones, and dollars abroad for endless wars while waging a shadow foreign policy for his own benefit.
Foreign powers, and the U.S. in particular, have long been entrenched in the Middle East and North Africa region, either directly or through proxies.
Trump is turbo-charging D.C.’s annual 4th of July celebration into an even more garish extravaganza of U.S. militarism than usual.
The Pentagon budget didn’t come up at all during the first Democratic debate – even as Congress haggles over a $750 billion NDAA.
And the Senate is going along for the ride, against the better advice of a coalition including NPP.
Twenty candidates were questioned at the first Democratic debate. Here’s what they didn’t say, but should have.
The U.S. military is a driving force behind climate change. Congress needs to cut military spending in half and use that money to build a green future.
We can’t heal the climate if our war machine keeps raining destruction, absorbing resources, and gobbling up fossil fuels all around the world. Here’s how to stop it.